Integrating Cactus Simulations within Triana Workflows

@inproceedings{Goodale2005IntegratingCS,
  title={Integrating Cactus Simulations within Triana Workflows},
  author={Tom Goodale and Ian J. Taylor and Ian Wang},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper, we give a status report for an architecture that can be used to view or analyse the output of scientific applications within secure distributed environments. The model satisfies essential criteria for such an environment, such as traversing firewall issues, by constructing a one-way protocol for communication to clients wishing to view the progress of such an application. Our prototype uses the Cactus thorn architecture to implement the protocol, but we have already developed a… CONTINUE READING

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