Blog

'Serverless computing' is an advance on the 'Infrastructure as a Service' paradigm where you create the functions and functionality required for your business need ('Functions as a Service') and leave the underlying hardware details to the Cloud provider. This approach entered the mainstream a few...

With lots of talk about the need for data management, is purchasing some software and a storage solution to 'manage' your data enough? BioTeam's Ari Berman, Chris Dagdigian and Karl Gutwin give their perspectives on this issue during Bio-IT World 2018. The original footage was shot as...

The second installment of HPCwire's 2-part BioTeam interview continues the conversation with Ari Berman, Chris Dagdigian and Aaron Gardner as we take a hard look at AI and deep learning, as well as performance and cost improvements within both cloud and storage. Part 2 delves beyond...

BioTeam's Ari Berman, Chris Dagdigian and Aaron Gardner recently sat with HPCWire for an in-depth, two part interview to discuss HPC trends in Life Sciences. Part 1 addresses infrastructure challenges including competitive diversity in CPU and GPU choices, the ubiquitous rise of data lakes and commons,...

Machine learning is a popular topic in the life sciences these days. A related question cropped up during a panel discussion at BioIT World 2018 and BioTeam's VP of Consulting, Ari Berman, raised some interesting points and an important caveat for those looking to leverage machine learning in their work.

BioTeam, Inc. is pleased to announce it will be hosting RSA's "Cyber Risk Qualification Workshop" event, presented by RSA, RiskLens and KPMG, at the Markley Center, located at 1 Summer St., Boston, MA on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 1PM to 5:30PM. RSA has announced...

With re:Invent just two weeks away, the HPC team at AWS has released a new product they are calling ParallelCluster to replace their legacy, open-source project CfnCluster. BioTeam has been assembling and orchestrating SGE-based HPC clusters in EC2 for over 10 years, first with StarCluster, then...