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    News 2021-06-18

    LifeMonitor “alpha” release available

    LifeMonitor focuses on workflow test monitoring and integration with WorkflowHub and RO-Crate

    The LifeMonitor is a service developed in EOSC-Life WP2 to support the sustainability and reusability of published computational workflows through long-term periodic testing and workflow analysis. Though the project is just one year old, an early alpha release was made available in May 2021. The service currently focuses on workflow test monitoring and integration with WorkflowHub through RO-Crate. LifeMonitor already supports the submission of workflows with associated test metadata through a specialized RO-Crate profile.

    Test execution results from JenkinsTravis CI and soon GitHub Actions are gathered and exposed under a common interface, accessible by clients authenticated with a WorkflowHub or GitHub identity. Many new features are currently in the works, including a tighter integration with WorkflowHub, e-mail notifications of failing tests, a Web interface and tools to assist in test suite creation and workflow maintenance. If this sounds interesting to you, come find us at the WorkflowHub Club!

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