DEF - a programming language agnostic framework and execution environment for the parallel execution of library routines

@article{Feilhauer2016DEFA,
  title={DEF - a programming language agnostic framework and execution environment for the parallel execution of library routines},
  author={Thomas Feilhauer and Martin Sobotka},
  journal={Journal of Cloud Computing},
  year={2016},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-17}
}
There is high demand for library routines that can be included into arbitrary programs and executed in parallel in the Cloud. So our approach is to provide a framework that supports the parallelized execution of library routines, written in different programming languages, from any platform. Our Distributed Execution Framework (DEF) allows to (1) deploy arbitrary routines into a central library and (2) integrate these library routines at runtime into user programs in a way that allows the… CONTINUE READING
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