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From "Suresh Marru (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (AIRAVATA-339) [GSoC] AMQP Messaging protocol support for Airavata WS-Messenger
Date Sun, 24 Mar 2013 02:49:15 GMT


Suresh Marru commented on AIRAVATA-339:

The AMQP support is still a good to have feature in Airavata. 
> [GSoC] AMQP Messaging protocol support for Airavata WS-Messenger
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: AIRAVATA-339
>                 URL:
>             Project: Airavata
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Suresh Marru
>              Labels: gsoc2012, gsoc2013, mentor
> Airavata WS-Messenger is a Web Services-based Messaging System for Service-Oriented Computing
and is an implementation of WS-Notification and WS-Eventing specifications. The message format
can be automatically converted between the two specifications. 
> With an increasing adoption of AMQP, Airavata community has interest to support this
protocol. The subscription request type can be AMQP or Ws-Notification or WS-Eventing for
a listener determines the message format that the notification consumer will receive. Currently,
if WS-Notification subscription request is received by the broker, it will send WS-Notification
messages to the listener. Similarly, if WS-Eventing subscription is received by the broker,
the broker will produce WS-Eventing messages for that listener. The publisher can publish
messages in either format. The consumers will receive messages in the format they subscribed
irrespective of the format the message is published. We want to extend this functionality
to interoperate with AMQP similarly. 
> There is extensive literature about Airavata WS Messenger including 4 research papers.
The Airavata community will provide guidance and assistance with the project. 
> User community & Impact of the software: Airavata is primarily targeted to build
science gateways using computational resources from various disciplines. The initial targeted
set of gateways include projects supporting research and education in chemistry, life sciences,
biophysics, environmental sciences, geosciences astronomy and nuclear physics. The goal of
airavata is to enhance productivity of these gateways to utilize cyberinfrastructure of resources
(e.g., local lab resources, the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE),
the Open Science Grid (OSG), University Clusters, Academic and Commercial Computational Clouds
like FutureGrid & Amazon EC2). By using open community based software components and services
like Airavata, gateways will be able to focus on providing additional scientific capabilities
and to expanding the number of supported users. The capabilities of these gateways will offer
clear benefits to society.

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