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From "Maskey, Manil" <>
Subject Re: EC2
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2012 10:35:26 GMT
No.  This is not a show stopper.  Thanks.

On 9/5/12 6:31 PM, "Suresh Marru" <> wrote:

>On Sep 5, 2012, at 5:03 PM, "Maskey, Manil" <> wrote:
>> I was trying to wrap ADaM applications that are deployed on the EC2,
>>using XBaya.  The XBaya GUI says 'Not Supported' when I pick Amazon EC2
>>as the resource protocol for the Host.
>Hi Manil,
>Is this is a show stopper for you, or can you first get the workflows
>worked up on local resources or any Grid? I see the trunk is too much
>moving now with registry changes. As soon as they are done and 0.5
>release is cut (looks like some time next week), then it will be good to
>focus on resurrecting EC2 support.
>P.S. This is outside the scope of Airavata, but with my different hat on,
>if you need help getting access to XSEDE send me an email, and I shall
>walk you through applying for startup accounts -
>> Thanks
>> --Manil
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Suresh Marru []
>> Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2012 3:48 PM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: EC2
>> Hi Manil,
>> Technically yes, there is support for EC2, S3 and Amazon Elastic Map
>>Reduce. However, to my knowledge, no one has been actively testing or
>>using it in the last couple of releases. The version inherited into
>>Airavata fully supported it, but since there is no user community
>>actively using/asking for it, the UI's related to EC2 submissions within
>>XBaya have not been actively changed. But it should be matter of testing
>>and getting things back online, if noting else since the sourecforge
>>version is still in working shape, it should be trivial task.
>> Do you have concrete use case you are thinking?
>> You may want to look into XBaya for adding Amazon components,
>>instantiating instances, starting vs re-using instances, GFac for amazon
>>security handling and EC2 provider.
>> Suresh
>> On Sep 5, 2012, at 4:03 PM, "Maskey, Manil" <>
>>> Does XBaya/Airavata support running applications of Amazon EC2?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Manil Maskey
>>> Research Scientist
>>> Information Technology & Systems Center University of Alabama in
>>> Huntsville
>>> 256 824 5155

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