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Deltares is the new Dutch institute for Delta Technology. Established on 1 January 2008, Deltares is a new and independent institute for applied research and specialist advice in the field of water, soil and the subsurface. It is front runner in the development, distribution, and application of knowledge for meeting the challenges in the physical planning, design and management of vulnerable deltas, coastal areas, and river basins.
The Netherlands is a low-lying country. One fourth of its territory is below sea level and another one fourth is at an elevation less than 1 m. About 55% of the country's population lives in flood-prone areas. Hydrological conditions are of vital importance for people's livelihood in the Netherlands. To eliminate the threats of flood and drought, the Netherlands government launched the "Digital Delta" big data project to improve flood control strategies and water resource management in the Netherlands.
Deltares provided the Deltares-Flood Early Warning System (Deltares-FEWS) to predict flood risks. The institute also customizes functional modules for organizations, helping them develop more comprehensive water resource management systems.
The "Digital Delta" project studies how to integrate, analyze, and utilize water resource data, bringing the following requirements:
Deltares-FEWS's legacy IT architecture could no longer meet service requirements due to the following shortcomings:
Deltares required an open, flexible, high-performance IT architecture. After meticulous study on the industry's mainstream servers, Deltares chose Huawei's servers and storage devices to develop its next-generation FEWS.
Huawei leveraged its rich experience to provide a comprehensive server solution to meet the customer's service requirements. Huawei deployed the convergent E9000 server, S5600T storage device, and 15 computing nodes for each station, supporting 60 high-performance virtual machines (VM). Each VM has a four-core CPU, 64 GB memory, 310 GB storage space, and 1500 IOPS reading and 6000 IOPS writing capabilities. These VM use 10GE, FC, IB interfaces to enable flexible access.
Huawei's E9000 server provides 30 sets of CH121 high-performance, large-capacity blades for computing nodes, meeting Deltares-FEWS's requirements on cluster integration, performance, flexibility, and scalability.
The solution boasts the following features:
The solution brings the following customer benefits: