ketrew

AuthorsSebastien Mondet <seb@mondet.org>, Leonid Rozenberg <leonidr@gmail.com>, Arun Ahuja <aahuja11@gmail.com>, Jeff Hammerbacher <jeff.hammerbacher@gmail.com> and Isaac Hodes <isaachodes@gmail.com>
Homepagehttp://www.hammerlab.org/docs/ketrew/master/index.html
Issue Trackerhttps://github.com/hammerlab/ketrew/issues
Maintainerseb@mondet.org
Dependencies
&cmdliner>= 1.0.0
cohttp>= 0.21.0
conduit
docout
js_of_ocaml>= 2.6&3.0
lwt3.0.0
nonstd
ocamlfind
ocamlify
omake>= 0.9.8.6-0.rc1
ppx_deriving
ppx_deriving_yojson>= 3.0
pvem
pvem_lwt_unix
reactiveData>= 0.2
sosa
tyxml>= 4.0.0
uri
yojson
Optional dependencies
postgresql
Availableocaml-version >= "4.03.0"
PublishedApr 11, 2017
Source [http] https://github.com/hammerlab/ketrew/archive/ketrew.3.1.0.tar.gz
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A Workflow Engine for Computational Experiments

Ketrew is:

  1. An OCaml library providing an EDSL API to define complex and convoluted workflows (interdependent steps/programs using a lot of data, with many parameter variations, running on different hosts with various schedulers).
  2. A client-server application to interact with these workflows. The engine at heart of the server takes care of orchestrating workflows, and keeps track of everything that succeeds, fails, or gets lost. The clients interact with an API and with two user-interfaces: a terminal-app and a WebUI.
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