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Cloud Process Execution Engine - Evaluation of the Core Concepts

  title={Cloud Process Execution Engine - Evaluation of the Core Concepts},
  author={Juergen Mangler and Gerhard Stuermer and Erich Schikuta},
In this technical report we describe describe the Domain Specific Language (DSL) of the Workflow Execution Execution (WEE). Instead of interpreting an XML based workflow description language like BPEL, the WEE uses a minimized but expressive set of statements that runs directly on to of a virtual machine that supports the Ruby language.Frameworks/Virtual Machines supporting supporting this language include Java, .NET and there exists also a standalone Virtual Machine. Using a DSL gives us the… 

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