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Options for using Galaxy

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Options for using Galaxy


Options for using Galaxy

Galaxy is available in many ways, each with different configurations and capabilities

Here are some options

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Many workshops use Galaxy instances that go away once the workshop is done. This deck lists options for using Galaxy outside of a training context.


usegalaxy.org

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Public Galaxy Servers

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Public Galaxy Servers

  1. General purpose genomics servers
  2. Domain specific servers
    Can be specific to:
    • Research methods: ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq, repeats, …
    • Organisms: Pathogens, phage, rice, poplars (!), …
    • Non-genomic domains: image analysis, social science, natural language processing, …
  3. Tool servers
    • Host specific tools to make them easy to access and run

Complete list: bit.ly/gxyServers

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Semi-public Galaxy services

Access based on geography or community membership

Geography Resource
Australia Genomics Virtual Lab (GVL)
Canada GenAP
Norway Norwegian e-Infrastructure for Life Sciences (NeLS)
US Jetstream

Complete list: bit.ly/gxysemipublic

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Public clouds via CloudLaunch

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CloudLaunch / CloudMan instances

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CloudMan

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CloudMan enables you to statically or dynamically scale compute power

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Docker (and maybe other appliances?)

Stuff about docker…

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Run your own Galaxy locally

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Commercial support

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Which Galaxy instance to use?


Thank you!

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