Kennedy Space Center Facilities Contract Transition
Infor EAM (MP2) Migration to Maximo
Maximo Site Assessment
NASA Constellation Systems Engineering
Razor/CM Software Configuration Management
F-22 Interface Definition Tool (using Oracle RDB)
Air Route Surveillance Radar-4 Database (using Ingres DB on IRIX)
Online Employee Database Directory
Perl/Python support (for F-22 Jet Fighter engineers)
Oracle RDB Data Browser (on VAX-VMS)
Data recording for the Launch Processing System (using Ada in near real-time)
Threat Simulation System for Oakland Community College (using Ada)
Helicopter Maintenance Management System for US Army (using Ada)
Imported GL account data and reconfigured structure, re-engineered the mobile platform, developed integration with 3rd party work order assignment tool, delivered technician and end-user training, setup development, test, and production systems, migrated mobile tablets (old system to new system).
Migrated data from legacy MP2 system (SQL Server) to new Maximo system (Oracle). Provided support for Engineering, external Power system, and facilities departments. Implemented separate work flows, task, and data visiblity for end-users. Developed integrations with Costpoint, Project Adapter, and Active Directory. System supports 300+ end-users with vertical clusters.
Part of a team that developed two Maximo systems (one for communications equipment and the other for facilities). Systems were upgraded from v4.1.1 to v6.2.x. They support 600+ users, are hosted on Windows and use WebSphere and Oracle. Both utilize vertical and horizontal clusters with a database fail-over configuration using Oracle Dataguard. Developed interfaces with Costpoint, an in-house employee database, an in-house document management system, and Active Directory.
Designed and developed a configuration management system for the Space Shuttle Launch Processing upgrade project. The system is based on Razor/CM and manages the configuration of 4+ million lines of C/C++ code on UNIX. Also managed the build system for dozens of baseline product releases and configuration control board issues. The system was used by 400+ engineers to develop and test launch processing software.
Provided architecture design, requirements analysis, and test plan support for the software managing launch equipment for the Orion and Ares space vehicles. The framework uses an object oriented design for an Ontology database.
Implemented, maintained, and customized an enterprise database system used to manage real-time interfaces for Lockheed-Martin's F-22 Raptor fighter jet. The system uses Oracle RDB.
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