|Chapter title||Sharing science gateway artefacts through repositories|
|Authors||Terstyanszky, G., Michniak, E., Kiss, T. and Balasko, A.|
Researchers want to run scientific experiments focusing on their disciplines. They do not want to know how and where the experiments are executed. Science gateways hide details by coordinating the execution of experiments using different infrastructures and workflow systems. ER-flow/SHIWA and SCI-BUS project developed repositories to share artefacts such as applications, portlets, workflows, etc. inside and among research communities. Sharing artefacts in re-positories enable gateway developers to reuse them when building a new gateway and/or creating a new application.
|Keywords||Science gateway, workflow, repository|
|Book title||Science gateways for distributed computing infrastructures, development framework and exploitation by scientific user communities|
|Published||29 Oct 2014|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11268-8_9|