Björn Grüning (RBC), John Chilton, Martin Cech
Friday, July 21, 2:30 pm – 6:00 pm
This tutorial is aimed at a broad audience. No previous knowledge of Galaxy or particular topics in bioinformatics is required. Participants should have a desire to learn more about Galaxy, or a desire to learn how to wrap their tools and pipelines in Galaxy to facilitate others using these, or just want specific advice on setting up an instance of Galaxy and scaling it up.
• Create Galaxy compatible tool and workflow definitions that are publicly accessible and that make it easy for any instance administrator to add your work to their server.
• Deploy Galaxy and scale it up to target production-ready resources such as a Postgres database, NGINX webserver, and distributed resource managers such SLURM or PBS.
Some knowledge of the command-line and Unix will be assumed and parts of the tutorial are hands-on so participants are encouraged to bring their laptops.
Galaxy, Workflows, deployment, compute cluster, cloud
Galaxy, Ansible, Docker, Planemo