WORKEM: Representing and Emulating Distributed Scientific Workflow Execution State

  title={WORKEM: Representing and Emulating Distributed Scientific Workflow Execution State},
  author={Lavanya Ramakrishnan and Dennis Gannon and Beth Plale},
  journal={2010 10th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing},
Scientific workflows have become an integral part of cyber infrastructure as their computational complexity and data sizes have grown. However, the complexity of the distributed infrastructure makes design of new workflows, determining the right management policies, debugging, testing or reproduction of errors challenging. Today, workflow engines manage the dependencies between tasks of workflows and there are tools available to wrap scientific codes. There is a need for a customizable… CONTINUE READING
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