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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "TavernaProposal" by ChrisMattmann
Date Sun, 28 Sep 2014 18:59:35 GMT
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The "TavernaProposal" page has been changed by ChrisMattmann:
https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/TavernaProposal?action=diff&rev1=4&rev2=5

Comment:
- add OODT similarity

  ==== Relationships with Other Apache Products ====
  Apache already contains projects that seem relevant to Taverna.
  
+ ''Apache Airavata'' http://airavata.apache.org/  is a software framework for executing and
managing computational jobs  and workflows on distributed computing resources. Taverna's concern
is  not as much job coordination, but more of a data flow between services.  Airavata's XBaya
Workflow Suite can export workflows in Taverna 1 format  SCUFL, but could be updated to work
with Taverna 3's SCUFL2 format.
+ 
+ ''Apache ODE'' https://ode.apache.org/  is a WS-BPEL workflow engine. BPEL as a workflow
language is quite  verbose compared to dataflow languages like Taverna, and is additionally
 bound to a particular protocol (SOAP). Nevertheless,  a sub-section of  Taverna workflows
could in theory run on the Apache ODE engine - and the  Taverna 3 Platform API has facilities
for plugging in alternative  workflow engines. We have previously considered Apache Hadoop
as one  such alternate engine for executing a different subset of workflows with  local command
line tools.
+ 
+ ''Apache OODT'' http://oodt.apache.org is a scientific data processing and data management
system. OODT has a workflow manager, a file manager, and a resource manager, along with client-side
frameworks including an automatic remote file acquisition system; automated crawler, and science
algorithm wrapping facility. OODT and Taverna could benefit from cross pollination.
+ 
  ''Apache Pig'' https://pig.apache.org/  is a high-level language for creating Map-Reduce
programs for Apache  Hadoop. There already exists third-party efforts to convert Taverna 
Workflows to Hadoop and Pig - https://github.com/umaqsud/taverna-to-pig https://github.com/schenck/taverna-to-hadoop
 (thus making a graphical interface for building Apache Pig workflows) -  and part of the
Apache Taverna effort would be to invite these to join  the project.
- 
- ''Apache Airavata'' http://airavata.apache.org/  is a software framework for executing and
managing computational jobs  and workflows on distributed computing resources. Taverna's concern
is  not as much job coordination, but more of a data flow between services.  Airavata's XBaya
Workflow Suite can export workflows in Taverna 1 format  SCUFL, but could be updated to work
with Taverna 3's SCUFL2 format.
- 
- ''Apache ODE'' https://ode.apache.org/  is a WS-BPEL workflow engine. BPEL as a workflow
language is quite  verbose compared to dataflow languages like Taverna, and is additionally
 bound to a particular protocol (SOAP). Nevertheless,  a sub-section of  Taverna workflows
could in theory run on the Apache ODE engine - and the  Taverna 3 Platform API has facilities
for plugging in alternative  workflow engines. We have previously considered Apache Hadoop
as one  such alternate engine for executing a different subset of workflows with  local command
line tools.
  
  ''Apache Storm'' http://storm.incubator.apache.org/  is a distributed real-time computation
framework. Experiments are under  development to use Taverna as a front-end for creating Apache
Storm  workflows - http://markmail.org/message/zg5ylo2aucpwfc5j
  

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