Ronin and AWS team up to map Tasmanian devil genome
Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner Ronin has been tapped by the University of Sydney to help create a data base of one of Australia’s most endangered animals.
How is cloud technology helping to save the Tasmanian devil?
Researchers at the University of Sydney are using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to accelerate vital genomics research for a range of threatened species.
Nathan Watson-Haigh on Twitter
“Configuring 3 auto-scaling clusters for colleagues to use in research for #rice, #cattle and #legumes. A total of 7,016 cores and 31.8TB RAM at their disposal! Thanks to @ronin_cloud UI and @awscloud hardware. @UofABioinfoHub @UniofAdelaide #AdelaideResearch”
University of Sydney taps into AWS to save threatened species
Researchers at the University of Sydney use the AWS platform to democratise data with the intention of sharing ideas, techniques, and tools so that researchers can work together to find solutions.
University of Sydney using cloud to prevent the Tasmanian devil from extinction | ZDNet
What was previously a laborious and resource intensive process is now sped up thanks to the processing capability of the AWS cloud.
Nathan Watson-Haigh on Twitter
“This is what it looks like to push 750 Gbytes of wheat exome data through a 50 node, 2.4k CPU auto-scaling cluster on @awscloud. Made easy with @ronin_cloud and a 6,670 job #Snakemake pipeline @johanneskoester #AdelaideResearch #Goliath @bioinforad”
Ronin on Twitter
“Our youngest 6yr old employee, launching a 4000 core cluster at the @intel booth at #AWSPSSumit in Canberra today. #cloudmadeeasy https://t.co/TDtfmmuCIu”