Apache Airavata is a powerful and easy to use, service oriented framework used to create science gateways.
Airavata is suitable for developers that need to construct, execute, manage and monitor small to large scale applications and workflows on computational resources including local clusters, supercomputers, national grids, academic and commercial clouds.
Airavata is a framework built on general concepts like service oriented computing, distributed messaging, and workflow composition and orchestration.
Here are some key features of "Apache Airavata":
· Monitor executions
· Register applications
· Construct workflows
· Graphical clients
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· [AIRAVATA-530] - Implement a new Handler architecture
· [AIRAVATA-315] - Provide an interface for Gateway administrator
· [AIRAVATA-316] - Provide a way to access the log for each experiment
· [AIRAVATA-202] - Add EC2 Provider to Airavata
· [AIRAVATA-540] - There's no way to find final workflow outputs from notifications
· [AIRAVATA-780] - Add support to add multiple security context
· [AIRAVATA-782] - Add the EC2 Job Submission Schedular to the trunk
· [AIRAVATA-787] - Add support for Unicore and SSH provider in Xbaya UI
· [AIRAVATA-471] - Add sample workflows to demonstrate the use of foreach construct
· [AIRAVATA-757] - Remove dependency to OA4MP snapshot jars once OA4MP 1.0.6 is released
· [AIRAVATA-803] - Run Amazon EC2 workflows through XBaya
· [AIRAVATA-804] - Fix the mechanism to keep the AWS secret key and access key within the workflow.
· [AIRAVATA-531] - Writing new Context classes to keep all the Context data
· [AIRAVATA-770] - Add Unicore p...