Rawaa Qasha

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Scientific workflows play an increasingly important role in building scientific applications, while cloud computing provides on-demand access to large compute resources. Combining the two offers the potential to increase dramatically the ability to quickly extract new results from the vast amounts of scientific data now being collected. However, with the(More)
Scientific workflows are increasingly being migrated to the Cloud. However, workflow developers face the problem of which Cloud to choose and, more importantly, how to avoid vendor lock-in. This is because there are a range of Cloud platforms, each with different functionality and interfaces. In this paper we propose a solution - a system that allows(More)
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