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It allows you to schedule a set of SeqWare ini files or CWL json job orders, spinning up the necessary VMs on AWS, Microsoft Azure, or OpenStack via the Youxia library for provisioning cloud-based VMs, and then tearing them down after all work is complete.
We are currently at work on Consonance 2.0 which supports CWL and allows users to submit a variety of jobs intended for a variety of instance types.
Consonance 1.0 is currently in maintenance mode and has also been integrated into a simplified workflow launcher Pancancer Workflow Launcher for AWS for external users and a more flexible but less well documented Pancancer Workflow Launcher for users internal to OICR.
There are the following main components that are visible to the end-user. Each component usually contains just the unit tests for each component in isolation:
- consonance-arch: contains the main consonance daemons that handle things like provisioning VMs, running jobs, etc.
- consonance-client: contains the client classes that will form the basis for the command line client
- consonance-webservice: containers the webservice which is built as a facade between the client and our daemons
- consonance-reporting: contains reporting utilities for those running the daemons
There are the following support components:
- consonance-common: contains classes common to both the client and server (just testing utilities)
- consonance-server-common: contains classes common to the daemons and the webservice
- swagger-java-client: contains classes auto-generated by swagger-codegen to support the client
- consonance-integration-testing: contains integration tests that test the whole system