WEEP Portal

Workflow Enactment Engine Project


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The Workflow Enactment Engine Project (WEEP) is aiming to implement an easy to use and manage workflow enactment engine for WS-I and WSRF-compliant services orchestration using the Web Services Business Process Execution Language (WS-BPEL 2.0) as formalism to process and execute data intensive scientific workflows.


19th June 2008 - Our first paper: Workflow Enactment Engine for WSRF-compliant services orchestration 
has been accepted for Grid2008 conference.
29th May 2008 - Version 1.2.1 is available  [Download]  
Main new features: * Composite service (representing a WS-BPEL process) can be now deployment to GT4 * Invocation of OGSA-DAI 3.0 services is fully supported * Support for attachments * Parallel loops * Improved WS-BPEL visualization * ...and many others
2nd November 2007 - WS-BPEL Visualization  
The first version of the WS-BPEL visualization tool compliant with the BPMN standard is part of the distribution
[WEEP Portal]
25th May 2007 - WEEP Portal 
The first version of WEEP Portal is up and running.
The prototype includes interfaces to Dynamic Invoker, WEEP GT4 services and WS-BPEL visualization.
[WEEP Portal]
5th March 2007 - WEEP Engine Version 1.0 Released 
WEEP 1.0 is the first official release of the engine which is intended to give interested users a first glance at the implementation
1st March 2007 - WEEP joined Globus Incubation 
Our project was accepted as a new Globus Incubator Project