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1 Architecture Tutorial Summary and Conclusions

2 Architecture Tutorial The Provenance Architecture

3 Architecture Tutorial Main Points Industrial strength Provenance Architecture Adoption of the SOA perspective Identification of key data structures –P-assertions, P-headers, P-structure, Processes

4 Architecture Tutorial Functionality Recording: –Straightforward recording interface –Attribution –Factuality Querying: –2 types of querying interface –Distributed querying –Scoping

5 Architecture Tutorial Security and Scalability Security –Integrity / non-repudiation –Access control Scalability –Patterns –Links –References

6 Architecture Tutorial Methodology Structured way of making applications provenance aware Guidelines for identifying what to record and by whom

7 Architecture Tutorial Conclusions Crucial topic for many applications Full architectural specification Compliance and Verification An implementation available for download Methodology to make applications provenance-aware

8 Architecture Tutorial Publications 1.Paul Groth, Simon Miles, Weijian Fang, Sylvia C. Wong, Klaus-Peter Zauner, and Luc Moreau. Recording and Using Provenance in a Protein Compressibility Experiment. In Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC'05), July Paul Groth, Michael Luck, and Luc Moreau. A protocol for recording provenance in service-oriented Grids. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems (OPODIS'04), Grenoble, France, December Paul Groth, Michael Luck, and Luc Moreau. Formalising a protocol for recording provenance in Grids. In Proceedings of the UK OST e-Science second All Hands Meeting 2004 (AHM'04), Nottingham, UK, September Simon Miles, Paul Groth, Miguel Branco, and Luc Moreau. The requirements of recording and using provenance in e-Science experiments. Technical report, University of Southampton, Luc Moreau, Syd Chapman, Andreas Schreiber, Rolf Hempel, Omer Rana, Lazslo Varga, Ulises Cortes, and Steven Willmott. Provenance-based Trust for Grid Computing --- Position Paper. In, Paul Townend, Paul Groth, and Jie Xu. A Provenance-Aware Weighted Fault Tolerance Scheme for Service-Based Applications. In Proc. of the 8th IEEE International Symposium on Object-oriented Real-time distributed Computing (ISORC 2005), May Paul Groth, Simon Miles, Victor Tan, and Luc Moreau. Architecture for Provenance Systems. Technical report, University of Southampton, October 2005.

9 Architecture Tutorial Thank you! The Southampton Provenance Team Paul Groth Sheng Jiang Simon Miles Luc Moreau Steve Munroe Victor Tan Sophia Tsasakou


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