Opal is a toolkit for wrapping scientific applications as Web services on Cluster, Grid and Cloud resources with ease. Users may access these software as a service using simple Web service APIs from their custom application and workflow environment.

Features

  • Convert any command line application as a Web Service
  • Automatic User Interface Generation in Opal Dashboard
  • Workflow Plugins available for Kepler, Vision, Vistrails and Taverna
  • Supports DRMAA, SGE, Condor, CSF4, Nimrod, Globus local and metaschedulers
  • Live monitoring of job execution and querying of status
  • Hibernate based data model with support for DB2, MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Expose biomedical and scientific applications as cloud, grid and cluster based services

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License

BSD License

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  • Thanks for this excellent project! Opal lets users access computational resources that they won't be able to use otherwise. Keep up the good work!

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Web-based, Command-line

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2007-12-04