Find out how you can use REANA to describe, run, preserve and reuse your analyses.User Guide
Install and manage the REANA reusable analysis platform on your own compute cloud.Administrator Guide
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Introduces support for launching workflows from external sources.
Allows defining custom retention rules to automatically delete workspace files.
Improves Kerberos authentication and adds support for Rucio.
|REANA participates at the HSF IRIS-HEP Analysis Ecosystems Workshop II, May 23-25 2022, Paris, France. [event]|
|A new paper "Scalable Declarative HEP Analysis Workflows for Containerised Compute Clouds" published in Frontiers in Big Data (2021). [paper]|
|Presented "Analysis Reproducibility with REANA on Kubernetes" as part of the CERN Cloud Containers webinar series (2020). [webinar] [event]|
|A technical overview of REANA published in EPJ Web Conf 2014 (2019) 06034. [paper]|
|REANA featured in the CERN Courier March/April 2019 thematic issue on Open Science. [paper]|
|An opinion piece "Open is not enough" about REANA and reproducible science solutions in particle physics published in Nature Physics 15 (2019) 113–119. [paper]|
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Introduce user-configurable workspace file retention policy allowing to specify that some files are to be deleted automatically 1 day after workflow finishes, other files retained for 356 days, etc. [rfc]
Introduce new command-line client written in Go, to improve performance and ease of use. At the same time, stabilise the REST API versioning for future evolution.
Introduce user groups and role-based authorisation control models allowing to share workflows with colleagues.