Apache Airavata is a software framework for executing and managing computational jobs on distributed computing resources including local clusters, supercomputers, national grids, academic and commercial clouds. Airavata builds on general concepts of service oriented computing, distributed messaging, and workflow composition and orchestration. Airavata bundles a server package with an API, client software development Kits and a general purpose reference UI implementation - Apache Airavata Django Portal.
Learn more about Airavata at https://airavata.apache.org.
Building Apache Airavata
- Sources compilation requires Java SDK 11.
- The project is built with Apache Maven 3+.
- Set or export JAVA_HOME to point to JDK. For example in Ubuntu:
Build the distribution
git clone https://github.com/apache/airavata.git cd airavata mvn clean install
To build without running tests, use
mvn clean install -Dmaven.test.skip=true.
The compressed binary distribution is created at
Build and run docker distribution (Experimental and not recommended for production deployments)
This requires docker and docker-compose installed in your system
Build the source and docker images for each microservice
git clone https://github.com/apache/airavata.git cd airavata mvn clean install mvn docker:build -pl modules/distribution
- Start supporting services and Airavata miroservices (API Server, Helix Components and the Job Monitors)
docker-compose -f modules/ide-integration/src/main/containers/docker-compose.yml -f modules/distribution/src/main/docker/docker-compose.yml up
Django portal and PGA Portal can be pointed to airavata.host:8930 (API) , airavata.host:8962 (Profile Service), airavata.host:8443 (Keycloak). Make sure that you add a host entry that maps airavata.host -> 127.0.0.1
To stop all the services
docker-compose -f modules/ide-integration/src/main/containers/docker-compose.yml -f modules/distribution/src/main/docker/docker-compose.yml down
- If you do any code change and need to reflect them in the deployment, stop the docker deployment, rebuild docker images and start the docker deployment
The easiest way to get started with running Airavata locally and setting up a development environment is to follow the instructions in the ide-integration README. Those instructions will guide you on setting up a development environment with IntelliJ IDEA.
For additional information about Apache Airavata, please contact the user or dev mailing lists: https://airavata.apache.org/mailing-list.html
Want to help contribute to the development of Apache Airavata? Check out our contributing documentation.
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