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Makeflow = Make + WorkflowMakeflow is a workflow engine for executing large complex workflows on clusters, clouds, and grids. Makeflow is very similar to traditional Make, so if you can write a Makefile, then you can write a Makeflow. You can be up and running workflows in a matter of minutes.
For example, suppose you want to split a dataset into three pieces, run a simulation on each, and then combine the results. Your Makeflow script would look like this:
Makeflow differs from other distributed and parallel make tools in that it does not require a distributed filesystem. You can use it to harness whatever machines you have available, and Makeflow handles the data transfer and caching. In addition, Makeflow is highly fault tolerant: it can crash or be killed, and upon resuming, will reconnect to running jobs and continue where it left off.
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