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BioTeam Appliance Galaxy Edition

Galaxy Made Easy

The BioTeam Appliance Galaxy Edition is a push-button solution that let’s researchers get up and running quickly with Galaxy.  The Galaxy Appliance comes preinstalled with a production instance of Galaxy, bioinformatics tools, and reference datasets. This powerful system is specifically configured for computationally intensive scientific workloads. The Galaxy Appliance also provides researchers with the flexibility to install additional applications they need, independent of Galaxy, in order to effectively conduct their research on one central system. BioTeam provides ongoing support for the Galaxy Appliance, enabling researchers to minimize their IT burden. The Galaxy Appliance is used by researchers around the world for metagenomic, ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq analysis and more.



Powered by QIAGEN Bioinformatics

BioTeam and QIAGEN’s proof-of-concept appliance packages QIAGEN’s bioinformatics solution for microbial genomics with the BioTeam Appliance scientific computing platform to provide a cost-effective, high-performance offering. The microbial genomics solution includes CLC Genomics Workbench enhanced with a series of modules offering specialized tools for microbial typing and microbiome research. The flexible, customizable turn-key appliance delivers a system that simplifies the IT needed to run and manage CLC software on an infrastructure that is tuned for scientific workloads. The standalone high performance appliance is ideal for situations where pathogen or other microbial NGS data need to be analyzed quickly.



BioTeam will be presenting the Galaxy Appliance at the following events:


BioIT World Conference & Expo

April 6 & 7, 2016

Boston, MA


Galaxy Community Conference

June 28 & 29, 2016

Bloomington, IN

Product History

BioTeam has a long history of developing products to support Life Sciences work.  The following is an overview of the products that BioTeam has developed and offered in the past.


MiniLIMS was a light-weight LIMS system that tracked samples, libraries and sequencing results out-of-the-box for the common NGS platforms.


iNquiry was a fully provisioned informatics cluster that automatically installed on one or more Apple Xserves in minutes from an Apple iPod.