Building the Trident Scientific Workflow Workbench for Data Management in the Cloud

  title={Building the Trident Scientific Workflow Workbench for Data Management in the Cloud},
  author={Yogesh Simmhan and Roger Barga and Catharine van Ingen and Ed Lazowska and Alex S. Szalay},
  journal={2009 Third International Conference on Advanced Engineering Computing and Applications in Sciences},
Scientific workflows have gained popularity for modeling and executing in silico experiments by scientists for problem-solving. These workflows primarily engage in computation and data transformation tasks to perform scientific analysis in the Science Cloud. Increasingly workflows are gaining use in managing the scientific data when they arrive from external sensors and are prepared for becoming science ready and available for use in the Cloud. While not directly part of the scientific analysis… CONTINUE READING
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