Scientific Workflow in the Cloud using Serverless Functions

Cloud Computing For Science and Engineering

Introduction

Wikipedia has a pretty good definition of workflow: an orchestrated and repeatable pattern of activity, enabled by the systematic organization of resources into processes that transform materials, provide services, or process information.   Doing Science involves the workflow of repeating and documenting experiments and the related data analysis. Consequently, managing workflow is critically important for the scientific endeavor. There have been dozens of projects that have built tools to simplify the process of specifying and managing workflow in science. We described some of these in our 2007 book “Workflows for e-Science” and another Wikipedia article gives another list of over a dozen scientific workflow system and this page lists over 200 systems. Many of these systems were so narrowly focused on a single scientific domain or set of applications that they have not seen broad adoption.   However, there are a few standouts and some of these have demonstrated they can…

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