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Date Tue, 13 Dec 2016 22:15:14 GMT
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-For detailed installation and further instructions please refer
-Documentation section in left hand panel. The website lists step by step instructions
-Installing  Apache Airavata 0.16
-Java 1.8 or later
-Maven 3 or later
-Build Apache Airavata from Source
-* Unzip/untar the source file or clone from git.
-* cd to project folder and type
-	$ mvn clean install
-	Note: in order to skip tests use the command
-			$ mvn clean install -Dmaven.test.skip=true
-* Alternatively, all  compressed binary distributions can be found at <PROJECT DIR>/modules/distribution/release/target/release-artifacts
-Running Tests
-* Unit tests & integrations tests will run while Apache Airavata is built from source
(without "-Dmaven.test.skip=true").
-* To run the test samples
-    - You can find the binary distributions at <PROJECT DIR>/modules/distribution/release/target/release-artifacts
or from 
-      the Apache Airavata download site.
-    - Extract the binary distributions and once the binary is unzipped, instructions to run
the tests should be followed 
-      from README files found within.
-The airavata website has instructions for basic tutorials:
-* Describing and executing applications using Airavata - follow "XBAYA Quick-Start Tutorial"
tutorial at
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-Apache Airavata
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-This product includes open grid forum standard specifications described as  
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-Apache Airavata Source - README.txt
-Licensed under Apache License 2.0 -
-Apache Airavata, a software framework to executing and managing computational jobs on 
-distributed computing resources including local clusters, supercomputers, national grids,

-academic and commercial clouds. Airavata builds on general concepts of service oriented computing,

-distributed messaging, and workflow composition and orchestration. Airavata bundles a server
-with an API, client software development Kits and a general purpose GUI XBaya as a application
registration, workflow
-construction execution and monitoring. XBaya GUI also provides capabilities to access the
-produced data.  
-For additional information about Apache Airavata, please contact the user or dev mailing
-Description of Airavata Directory Structure
-    - airavata-api
-      This directory contains Airavata API related data models, api methods, generated server
skeletons, client stubs, server implementations and client samples. 
-    - modules
-      This contains the source code of all the airavata maven projects organized as libraries,
services and distributions
-    - samples
-      This contains all the system wide samples provided in Airavata distribution. All the
sample are having its README file
-      So users have to refer each readme file before running each sample.
-    - tools
-      This contains source code libraries that can enhance Airavata features.
-    - README
-      This document.
-      The describe the key features and know issues with the current release. 
-    - INSTALL
-      This document will contain information on installing Apache-Airavata.
-Airavata Source Distribution Directory Structure
-		├── airavata-api
-		├── modules
-		│   ├── airavata-client
-		│   ├── app-catalog
-		│   ├── commons
-		│   │   ├── gfac-schema
-		│   │   ├── utils
-		│   │   ├── workflow-execution-context
-		│   │   └── workflow-tracking
-		│   ├── credential-store-service
-		│   ├── distribution
-		│   │   ├── api-server
-		│   │   ├── client
-		│   │   ├── gfac-server
-		│   │   ├── orchestrator-server
-		│   │   ├── server
-		│   │   └── release
-		│   ├── gfac
-		│   │   ├── airavata-gfac-service
-		│   │   ├── gfac-bes
-		│   │   ├── gfac-core
-		│   │   ├── gfac-ec2
-		│   │   ├── gfac-gram
-		│   │   ├── gfac-gsissh
-		│   │   ├── gfac-hadoop
-		│   │   ├── gfac-local
-		│   │   ├── gfac-monitor
-		│   │   ├── gfac-ssh
-		│   │   ├── gfac-thrift-descriptions
-		│   ├── integration-tests
-		│   ├── messaging
-		│   ├── orchestrator
-		│   ├── registry
-		│   │   ├── airavata-jpa-registry
-		│   │   ├── registry-cpi
-		│   ├── security
-		│   ├── credential-store
-		│   ├── server
-		│   ├── test-suite
-		│   ├── workflow-model
-		│   │   ├── workflow-engine
-		│   │   ├── workflow-model-component-node
-		│   │   └── workflow-model-core
-		│   └── xbaya-gui
-		├── samples
-		├── tools
-		│   ├── gsissh
-		│   ├── gsissh-cli-tools
-		│   ├── phoebus-integration
-		│   └── registry-migrate
-		├── INSTALL
-		├── LICENSE
-		├── NOTICE
-		├── README
-Available Binary Distributions
-Server Distributions
-* Airavata Server
-  The Airavata Server binary distribution allows you to run a standalone Airavata Server
which includes all the airavata services 
-  shipped with a default derby database as the backend registry. For stable purposes, a mysql
configuration is recommended. 
-* Airavata API Server
-  This is the server that contains Airavata API Server.
-* Airavata Orchestrator Server
-  This is the stand-alone orchestrator server
-* Airavata GFac Server
-  This is the standalone GFac Server
-Client Distributions
-* Airavata XBaya
-  The Airavata XBaya distribution is a client GUI application with features to register applications
as web services, construct workflows,
-  execute and monitor workflows and browse the generated results from the airavata registry.
-* Airavata Client
-  The Airavata Client distribution is a set of libraries and configurations files that allow
a 3rd party application to programatically 
-  access Airavata functionality through Airavata API. 
- How to test and run samples
-* If you built Airavata from source, and if you see "BUILD SUCCESS", then the test cases
should have passes.
-* The test cases are beyond unit level, they startup embedded services and run through basic
workflow use cases.
-* To walk through Airavata features, follow "XBAYA Quick-Start Tutorial" tutorial at
-* For advanced use cases, please contact mailing lists -

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