The VPH-Share project aims to develop and to deploy the VPH infostructure through which the VPH community will be able to store, share, reuse and integrate data, information, knowledge and wisdom on the physiopathology of the human body.
VPH-Share Project is partially funded by the European Commission under the Information Communication Technologies Programme.
WebServicesPlugin is being developed inside this project that will allow the execution of filters using web services interface. This interface is compatible with Taverna and will allow to create a Taverna workflow and execute the filters in a remote computer. Three types of web services will be available: Command Line Plugins, Processor and GIMIAS Clinical Workflows. The main goal behind the web services interface is to create a workflow using different tools available in the VPH and execute these remotelly in a cloud computing.