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Experience with adapting aWS-BPELruntime for eScience workflows

Thilina Gunarathne, Chathura Herath, Eran Chinthaka, Suresh Marru
2009 Proceedings of the 5th Grid Computing Environments Workshop on - GCE '09  
Scientific workflows with their agile characteristics present significant challenges in embracing WS-BPEL for eScience purposes.  ...  In this paper we discuss the experiences in adopting a WS-BPEL runtime within an eScience infrastructure with reference to an early implementation of a custom eScience motivated BPEL like workflow engine  ...  Furthermore the authors would like to thank Srinath Perara, and Lavanya Ramakrishnan for their direct and indirect contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1658260.1658270 dblp:conf/sc/GunarathneHCM09 fatcat:xz25lwic35cvznuzyznpqqtej4

Towards Reference Passing in Web Service and Workflow-Based Applications

Matthias Wieland, Katharina Gorlach, David Schumm, Frank Leymann
2009 2009 IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference  
Furthermore we show an extension of BPEL that introduces reference variables as new type of data containers in workflows.  ...  In the case the services are orchestrated by workflows the services receive their input values from the workflow engine and return their calculated results back to the engine by value.  ...  Scientific workflows and BPEL: With BPEL as a de facto standard for business processes it is reasonable to use BPEL for the implementation of scientific workflows.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2009.17 dblp:conf/edoc/WielandGSL09 fatcat:lrbjfqz37zfsho5kc2mfjxcd2a

Dynamic reconfiguration using template based web service composition

Kristof Geebelen, Sam Michiels, Wouter Joosen
2008 Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on Middleware for service oriented computing - MW4SOC '08  
In addition, we introduce an extra layer on top of WS-BPEL that allows template processing based on parameter values. This layer offers support for decision logic to adapt processes dynamically.  ...  Furthermore, due to the static character of the scripts, there is insufficient flexibility to model dynamic, evolvable and failsafe workflows.  ...  In an evaluation of WS-BPEL to Scientific Workflows [1] the need for adaptive and flexible workflows is identified.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1462802.1462811 dblp:conf/middleware/GeebelenMJ08 fatcat:rtelsezsjra7llsxgs64cesz2q

On using BPEL extensibility to implement OGSI and WSRF Grid workflows

Aleksander Slomiski
2006 Concurrency and Computation  
BPEL can be adapted to OGSI and WSRF Grids and to what extent it can be done.  ...  As the first priority we concentrate on making BPEL workflows easy to monitor and easy to integrate with WSRF.  ...  This definition can certainly be extended to non business processes such as scientific workflows.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1004 fatcat:u2hf4t2birbnnil6db3gmf6nj4

Towards a model-driven transformation framework for scientific workflows

G. Scherp, W. Hasselbring
2010 Procedia Computer Science  
applicable to execute scientific workflows, too.  ...  In order to integrate business workflow technologies into the scientific domain, existing scientific workflow technologies for domain-specific modeling and established business workflows technologies for  ...  such as WS-BPEL. • Deployment adapter: This step creates a deployment archive for the executable scientific workflow. • Deployment archive: An archive to deploy the executable workflow to a vendor-specific  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.04.169 fatcat:oo7jmmcgzvadhjmei2e5zdgaxq

An Architectural Model for a Grid based Workflow Management Platform in Scientific Applications [article]

Alexandru Costan, Florin Pop, Corina Stratan, Ciprian Dobre, Catalin Leordeanu, Valentin Cristea
2011 arXiv   pre-print
In this work we propose an architectural model for a grid based workflow management platform providing features like an intuitive way to describe workflows, efficient data handling mechanisms and flexible  ...  While the use of complex workflow management systems has been a viable solution for this automation process in business oriented environments, the open source engines available for scientific applications  ...  Resource allocation constraints adaptability and fault tolerance mechanisms into the BPEL define restrictions on how to allocate resources, and meta-model (in support of more adaptable processes  ... 
arXiv:1106.5846v1 fatcat:2gung2hfb5egjd4iofvripuaui

Extending the SOA paradigm to e-Science environments

Andrea Bosin, Nicoletta Dessì, Barbara Pes
2011 Future generations computer systems  
Scientific workflows need to handle large amounts of data, deal with heterogeneous and distributed resources such as the Grid, and require specialized software applications that are written in diverse  ...  However, the use of workflows in scientific environments differs from that in business environments.  ...  The appropriateness of BPEL is also examined and confirmed in [48] [49] [50] . These works mainly focus on scientific workflows and rely on extending or adapting BPEL, thus creating dialects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2010.07.003 fatcat:qpkymwgxlneb7aszhgxa45bb3a

Building Scientific Workflow with Taverna and BPEL: A Comparative Study in caGrid [chapter]

Wei Tan, Paolo Missier, Ravi Madduri, Ian Foster
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
With the emergence of "service oriented science," the need arises to orchestrate various services to facilitate scientific investigation --that is, to create "science workflows."  ...  We choose BPEL and Taverna as candidate solutions, and compare their usability in the full lifecycle of a scientific workflow, including service discovery, service composition, workflow execution, and  ...  At the same time, we suggest a promising multi-stage modeling approach in adapting BPEL to scientific workflow, leveraging its capability and retaining the simplicity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01247-1_11 fatcat:qoxowoptsralrf4prgdnjoel5u

A comparison of using Taverna and BPEL in building scientific workflows: the case of caGrid

Wei Tan, Paolo Missier, Ian Foster, Ravi Madduri, David De Roure, Carole Goble
2009 Concurrency and Computation  
With the emergence of "service oriented science," the need arises to orchestrate multiple services to facilitate scientific investigation-that is, to create "science workflows."  ...  We choose BPEL and Taverna as candidates, and compare their usability in the lifecycle of a scientific workflow, including workflow composition, execution, and result analysis.  ...  We also suggest a promising multi-stage modeling approach in adapting BPEL to scientific workflow, retaining its strength in orchestrating multi-party interactions and adding simplicity through a functional  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1547 pmid:20625534 pmcid:PMC2901112 fatcat:5lzz2ww6xbecbkqs7w37dligtq

Approach and Refinement Strategies for Flexible Choreography Enactment [chapter]

Andreas Weiß, Santiago Gómez Sáez, Michael Hahn, Dimka Karastoyanova
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
executable workflows.  ...  Collaborative, Dynamic & Complex (CDC) systems such as adaptive pervasive systems, eScience applications, and complex business systems inherently require modeling and run time flexibility.  ...  The domains we consider are scientific experiments and workflows, pervasive adaptive systems, service networks, configurable multi-tenant applications (see also Sec. 2.1).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45563-0_6 fatcat:4w3vz5jytvhrpiopfhaqxelxoq

Collaborative, Dynamic & Complex Systems - Modeling, Provision & Execution
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Vasilios Andrikopoulos, Santiago Gomez Saez, Dimka Karastoyanova, Andreas Weiß
2014 Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science  
To address this concern, in this work we introduce the notion of Collaborative, Dynamic and Complex (CDC) systems and position them with respect to existing technologies.  ...  In addition, we present how CDC systems are modeled and the steps to provision and execute them.  ...  Scientific Workflows.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004852402760286 dblp:conf/closer/AndrikopoulosSKW14 fatcat:is2alzjkzjanxgqbewn52drjni

A SOA-Based Environment Supporting Collaborative Experiments in E-Science

Andrea Bosin, Nicoletta Dessì, Bairappan Madusudhanan, Barbara Pes
2011 International Journal of Web Portals  
In turn, the workflow tasks are mapped to the corresponding scientific services by a workflow engine, the key being to separate logical aspects from implementation issues.  ...  The proposed approach provides a simple-to-use and standardized way for the deployment of scientific workflows in a distributed scientific environment, including the Grid.  ...  These works mainly focus on scientific workflows and rely on extending or adapting BPEL, thus creating dialects.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jwp.2011070102 fatcat:i4hpbqfxrbevtowg6tp5p5yjz4

Views on Scientific Workflows [chapter]

Mirko Sonntag, Katharina Görlach, Dimka Karastoyanova, Frank Leymann, Polina Malets, David Schumm
2011 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We argue that the selected views facilitate the handling of workflows to scientists and add further value to scientific workflow systems.  ...  We argue that the selected views facilitate the handling of workflows to scientists and add further value to scientific workflow systems.  ...  The authors would like to thank the German Research Foundation (DFG) for financial support of the project within the Cluster of Excellence in Simulation Technology (EXC 310/1) at the University of Stuttgart  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24511-4_25 fatcat:jxf4rkex4rcidcp32rpinw3w2q

Scientific workflow systems - can one size fit all?

V. Curcin, M. Ghanem
2008 2008 Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference  
The past decade has witnessed a growing trend in designing and using workflow systems with a focus on supporting the scientific research process in bioinformatics and other areas of life sciences.  ...  The aim of these systems is mainly to simplify access, control and orchestration of remote distributed scientific data sets using remote computational resources, such as EBI web services.  ...  Still, several attempts have been made at adapting BPEL for scientific workflows.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cibec.2008.4786077 fatcat:7ri2p6u63ngqpcvt7vmpm3qtni

A Novel Framework for Defining and Submitting Workflows to Service-Oriented Systems

Hayat Bendoukha, Yahya Slimani, Abdelkader Benyettou
2014 Journal of Information Processing Systems  
JASMIN has two main components: unified modeling language (UML) to specify workflow models and business process execution language (BPEL) to generate and compose Web services.  ...  In order to cover both workflow and service concepts, we describe in this paper a refinement of UML activity diagrams and present a set of rules for mapping UML activity diagrams into BPEL specifications  ...  Compared to traditional business workflows, new scientific workflows have two main characteristics: 1) they represent scientific processes in which the complexity is not fixed by human interactions, but  ... 
doi:10.3745/jips.02.0003 fatcat:wjkybuv3svgj5no3fzorm7ozsy
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