January 13, 2011
The need to analyze increasingly large amounts of genomics and proteomics data has meant that research institutions such as the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) allocate an increasing amount of to time and budget provisioning, as well as managing and maintaining their scientific computing infrastructure, areas that not their core business. A European IT company, powered by AWS is showing how cloud computing can mitigate these problems and get researchers back to their mission. Read more…
May 5, 2010
Gaia's infrequent but immense demands for mission-critical data processing created the need for one of the most convincing proof of concept measures tackled by cloud infrastructure and development giants, The Server Labs and RightScale. Read more…
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