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BPEL4Job: A Fault-Handling Design for Job Flow Management

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BPEL4Job: A Fault-Handling Design for Job Flow Management
Workflow technology is an emerging paradigm for systematic modeling and orchestration of job flow for enterprise and scientific applications. This paper introduces BPEL4Job, a BPEL-based design for fault handling of job flow in a distributed computing environment. The features of the proposed design include: a two-stage approach for job flow modeling that separates base flow structure from fault-handling policy, a generic job proxy that isolates the interaction complexity between the flow engine and the job scheduler, and a method for migrating flow instances between different flow engines for fault handling in a distributed system. An implementation of the design based on a set of industrial products from IBM is presented and validated using a Montage application.
Wei Tan, Liana Fong, Norman Bobroff
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICSOC
Authors Wei Tan, Liana Fong, Norman Bobroff
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