Biomedical Genomics Server provides a solution for building and managing a modern enterprise-wide platform for organizations of any size, and may be easily integrated into your own sequencing analysis pipeline for the creation of a shared reference data management solution. Join the server with Biomedical Genomics Workbench for a seamless, efficient, and parallel analysis solution that features complete access to the workbench’s suite of tools and workflows.Request a quote Highly flexible
Analyze multiple samples simultaneously on a central execution platform with a flexible queuing system. The solution is highly scalable with overall good performance which enables lower computational costs while enabling data analysis at the speed it is generated by your sequencing platform of choice.Highly scalable
Biomedical Genomics Server Solution provides a solution for building and managing a modern and efficient enterprise-wide platform in organizations of any size.It also enables data sharing amongst all platform end-users for easy access that does not require local access or a connection to a laptop or other desktop platform.Find out more
The Command-Line tools built into the Biomedical Genomics Server allow you to develop and build your own pipeline, furthermore all of the Biomedical Genomics Workbench analysis tools may be accessed through the command line interface, or through your own in-house sequencing pipeline. Our flexible plug-in system and Software Development Kit enable you to extend capabilities to multiple users, and facilitates tight integration with your own algorithms.Customize it!
Job nodes and grid nodes must run on the same type of operating system as the master node.
Special memory requirements for genomic analyses
For systems where mappings, and other analyses, using genome references will be carried out, the memory requirements are:
These requirements are based on genome size.
We frequently release updates and improvements such as new functionalities, bug fixes or plugins. A full list of recent changes are listed on the latest improvements page.
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