Cloud Computing for Life Sciences Webinar

11 Sep 2009 Cloud Computing for Life Sciences Webinar

Cloud Computing for Life Sciences  – Tuesday October 27 2009

Session dates: Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Starting time: 1:00 pm, GMT -04:00, Eastern Daylight Time (New York)
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Session Fee: $295

(Note: BioTeam did not realize that there would be a charge for this event when we agreed to participate)


OVERVIEW

With the surge in complex life science data, academic and industry organizations face immense challenges in building and maintaining the appropriate HPC and IT infrastructure to handle and analyze the data. Cloud computing offers a promising solution for many organizations, removing the administrative burden and expediting workflows. This webinar presents experts in setting up cloud computing resources and users who can already testify to the benefits of cloud computing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • IT and Informatics professionals involved in cloud computing and HPC
  • Software vendors providing solutions for handling and analyzing cloud computing data
  • Life Sciences professionals interested in learning more about HPC, IT infrastructure, and cloud computing

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the challenges in building and maintaining the appropriate HPC and IT infrastructure to handle and analyze data
  • Preview some of the innovative cloud computing solutions used to analyze and interpret data
  • Apply the benefits of cloud computing and discuss the relevance to your organization’s scientific and/or business needs
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2 Comments
  • Ntino Krampis
    Posted at 12:57h, 29 September Reply

    Hello,

    any updates to how could we watch the webinar ?

    • chrisdag
      Posted at 12:59h, 29 September Reply

      Looks like BioIT World decided to reschedule, I’ll edit the post to reflect this.

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