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'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...

BioTeam's end-of-BioIT World session evolved again this year. Having changed in 2017 from Chris Dagdigian's popular 'Trends from the Trenches' solo presentation to a panel of BioTeam consultants, 2018 saw a further change to a Town Hall format with the welcome addition of non-BioTeam perspectives...

With the growth in the use of cloud environments, are the mainstays of traditional HPC, MPI (Message Passing Interface) and HPC Schedulers such as Grid Engine and SLURM, reaching end of life or will they be with us for a while to come? BioTeam's Chris...

For the 2009 BioIT World Conference in Europe I was invited with short notice to give a 60 minute talk centering on practical Cloud approaches for life science organizations. The talk was not really technical in nature and had to hit a huge number of...