Prototype implementations of Workflow Management System (WMS) components and underlying algorithms
Captures the behavior of a real-world system with as little bias as possible via validated simulation models
Low ratio of simulation time to simulated time, ability to run large simulations on a single computer with low compute, memory, and energy footprints
Enable the reproduction or repetition of published results by a party working independently using the same or different simulation models.
WRENCH provides a software framework that makes it possible to simulate large-scale hypothetical scenarios quickly and accurately on a single computer, obviating the need for expensive and time-consuming trial and error experiments.
WRENCH enables scientists to make quick and informed choices when executing their workflows, software developers to implement more efficient software infrastructures to support workflows, and researchers to develop novel efficient algorithms to be embedded within these software infrastructures.
WRENCH is a collaborative effort between the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, the University of Southern California, and the SimGrid team.
Professor in the Information and Computer Science Department at UHM, and PI of WRENCH (NSF).
Research Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at USC, and Co-PI of WRENCH (NSF).
Junior Researcher (CNRS) at the IN2P3 Computing Center, member of the SimGrid team, and PI of WRENCH (CNRS).
Computer Science Masters Student at University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Graduate Research Assistant for WRENCH.
Computer Science undergraduate Student at University of Southern California, and developer for WRENCH.
Computer Science Masters Student at University of Hawaii at Manoa, and developer for WRENCH.