[ESIP-all] [ESIP-technology/interop] ESIP IT & Interop Telecon April 07 2010 at 01:00 PM CST

Uday Kari uday.kari at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 15:10:24 EDT 2010

Thanks for this invite.  I was impressed with the range of Hook Hua's
coverage of various workflows and may be he has already answered this and I
missed it, so pardon my repetition:  How does an organization develop
strategy to marshaling or streamline the rapid proliferation of workflows
(into fewer/faster workflows)?  Clarification:  for every task, there is
apparently a need for a customized program written, wiki established etc.  I
was hoping to get a general feel for that, but the presentation dived right
into software products and architecture (and seemingly never resurfaced, for
me)...good effort, BTW, author clearly knows what he is talking about.

On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Dr. Rahul Ramachandran <
rramachandran at itsc.uah.edu> wrote:

> Agenda:
> • Rant by Hook Hua NASA/JPL entitled “Workflow Engines: Why So Many?”
> • ESIP Summer Meeting Technical Workshops
> Review of the current list of submitted abstracts
> http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Summer_2010_Technical_Workshops
> Discussion on possible scheduling
> Abstract for Hook’s Presentation:
> Workflow engines are becoming more commonly used in Earth Science data
> systems. But the with plethora of workflow engines to choose from and the
> variability of their capabilities, it may be time consuming to assess which
> workflow engine is best suited for a particular domain adaptation. We will
> explore the diverse capabilities of a few selected workflow engines and
> discuss some of the relevant capabilities useful for Earth Science data
> systems.
> Call in Information:
> 1. Please join my meeting, Wednesday, April 07 at 01:00 PM CDT.
> https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/997995321
> 2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or,
> call in using your telephone.
> Dial 215-383-1006
> Access Code: 997-995-321
> Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
> Meeting ID: 997-995-321
> best,
> Rahul Ramachandran
> --
> Rahul Ramachandran Ph.D.
> Deputy Editor -  Earth Science Informatics [ESIN]
> ESIN: http://www.springer.com/12145
> Research Scientist
> Information Technology and Systems Center
> University of Alabama in Huntsville
> Huntsville, AL 35899  http://geoinformatics.itsc.uah.edu/
> Tel: 256-824-5157
> Fax: 256-824-5149
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