Reproducible research data analysis platform

Flexible

Run many computational workflow engines.

Scalable

Support for remote compute clouds.

Reusable

Containerise once, reuse elsewhere. Cloud-native.

Free

Free Software. GPL licence. Made with at CERN.

Examples
Get started
1

Structure your analysis

version: 0.3.0
inputs:
files:
- code/mycode.py
- inputs/mydata.csv
parameters:
myparameter: myvalue
workflow:
type: cwl
file: workflow/myworkflow.cwl
outputs:
files:
- results/myplot.png
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2

Select a REANA cluster...

$export REANA_SERVER_URL=https://reana.cern.ch/
$export REANA_ACCESS_TOKEN=XXXXXXX

...or install your own

# install kubectl 1.11.2 and minikube 0.28.2
$sudo dpkg -i kubectl*.deb minikube*.deb
$minikube start --kubernetes-version="v1.11.2"
# install reana-cluster utility
$mkvirtualenv reana-cluster
$pip install reana-cluster
# deploy new cluster and check progress
$reana-cluster init
$reana-cluster status
# set environment variables for reana-client
$eval $(reana-cluster env --include-admin-token)
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3

Run your analysis

# install REANA client
$mkvirtualenv reana-client
$pip install reana-client
# create new workflow
$reana-client create -n my-analysis
$export REANA_WORKON=my-analysis
# upload input code and data to the workspace
$reana-client upload ./code ./data
# start computational workflow
$reana-client start
# check its progress
$reana-client status
# list workspace files
$reana-client list
# download output results
$reana-client download results/plot.png
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Documentation

Researchers

Find out how you can use REANA to describe, run, preserve and reuse your analyses.

User Guide

Administrators

Install and manage the REANA reusable analysis platform on your own compute cloud.

Administrator Guide

Developers

Understand REANA source code, adapt it to your needs, contribute changes back.

Developer Guide
Latest news

REANA 0.3.0

released on 27 September 2018

Introduces simple sequential workflow engine, improves command line usage scenario, adds support for multi-node deployment using shared Ceph volumes.

We shall participate at the 14th eScience IEEE International Conference, 29 October - 1 November 2018, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Meet you there! [conference]
REANA presented at CHEP2018 Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, 9-13 July 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria. [slides] [event]
REANA and Yadage featured at the KubeCon/CloudNativeCon Europe 2018, 2-4 May 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark! Watch the keynote presentation by Ricardo Rocha and Clenimar Filemon. [video] [conference]
REANA presented at the CS3 Workshop on Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing, 29-31 January 2018, Krakow, Poland. [slides] [event]
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