The DM monthly status report covering June 2021 activities has been posted to DocuShare, collection-8803. For convenience, the High-level Summary is pasted below. Direct link to the full report: DocuShare Authorization Error
Some DM team members attended Statistical Challenges in modern Astronomy VII (June 7-10) with a poster on Qserv (Fritz Mueller) and breakout session on Rubin led by Leanne Guy.
Reviewed and provided input for data management of CMB-S4 (June 11).
DM participated in the rebaseline review (June 15-17) and was well received. Obviously there is still work to do on the rebaseline.
Hosted the second of the second set of virtual Photo-Z forums: Set 2: Preparing Letters of Recommendation
DMTN-184 describing testing the Alert Products Database on Google Cloud was published.
DM scientists reviewed the SAC report on community brokers and set up a tiger team to address the recommendations of the SAC.
The Middleware Team successfully migrated the schema of the main butler repositories at NCSA to facilitate repository merging. This was the first schema migration following the process in DMTN-191.
A good Virtual Face 2 Face meeting of the DM leadership team was held on June 22,23 as usual a variety of technical topics were discussed as well as status and planning.
A Kafka broker to test the alert streaming service was set up. Regular reprocessing of the DECam HiTS dataset now includes crosstalk correction using Gen 3 middleware, marking feature parity between Gen 2 and Gen 3 for AP.
The Solar System team created and distributed the mock Solar System Object Catalog.
The measurement plugin implementing Gaussian Aperture and PSF Photometry (GAaP) for measuring galaxy colors [dmtn-190, [Kuijken+15]]([1507.00738] Gravitational Lensing Analysis of the Kilo Degree Survey) was completed. Preliminary results show colors of simulated (DC2 ImSim) red galaxies are better recovered compared with CModel colors.
NCSA set up and continue monitoring of data transfers and ingests through the Transfers and ingest monitoring system (TIM).