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Apache Taverna

Summary
Apache Taverna was an open source software tool for designing and executing workflows, initially created by the myGrid project under the name Taverna Workbench, then a project under the Apache incubator. Taverna allowed users to integrate many different software components, including WSDL SOAP or REST Web services, such as those provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, the European Bioinformatics Institute, the DNA Databank of Japan (DDBJ), SoapLab, BioMOBY and EMBOSS. The set of available services was not finite and users could import new service descriptions into the Taverna Workbench. Taverna Workbench provided a desktop authoring environment and enactment engine for scientific workflows. The Taverna workflow engine was also available separately, as a Java API, command line tool or as a server. Taverna was used by users in many domains, such as bioinformatics, cheminformatics, medicine, astronomy, social science, music, and digital preservation. Some of the
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