The Apache Taverna (incubating) team is pleased to announce the release of
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Apache Taverna is a domain-independent suite of tools used to design
and execute data-driven workflows.
# Taverna Server
Apache Taverna Server enables you to set up a dedicated server for
remotely executing Taverna workflows, exposed as REST Web APIs and
WSDL Web Services. This enables integration of Taverna workflows into
web portals, mobile applications, as well as allowing desktop users to
execute remotely on local server or cloud infrastructure. Taverna
Server can be configured for POSIX user isolation (e.g. sudo) and can
restrict which workflows to execute.
Taverna Server runs workflows defined with Apache Taverna Language in
SCUFL2 format (.wfbundle). It can also execute many Taverna 2
workflows (.t2flow) , depending on which activities they require.
Download apache-taverna-server 3.1.0-incubating:
Major changes since Taverna Server 2.5.4 are described below:
## Taverna 3 execution
Workflows are now executed with Apache Taverna Command-line Tool
3.1.0-incubating, which adds support for executing SCUFL2 workflows
using the Apache Taverna Engine.
## Source Code Name Changes
Package names have changed to org.apache.taverna.server.* and source
code modules have been reorganized. See the Javadoc for details.
## Taverna Server Client
This release adds the taverna-server-client library, which can be
used by Java clients to connect to the Taverna Service REST API.
See the included taverna-server README for details on how to build the
For full documentation of installing, configuring and using Taverna
Server, see https://taverna.incubator.apache.org/documentation/server/
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Apache Taverna is an effort undergoing incubation at The Apache
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