Galaxy-Admins is a discussion group for Galaxy community members who are responsible for large Galaxy installations.
Marius van den Beek will talk about Ansible, and Nate Coraor about Python Wheels in Galaxy
David Kovalic will talk about Galaxy at Analome – Outreach, Opportunity and Challenges
Aaron Petkau will talk about Genomic data management at Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory with IRIDA and Galaxy
Peter Briggs will talk about Galactic Engineering: Experiences deploying Galaxy and developing tools within the Bioinformatics Core Facility at the University of Manchester
Carrie Ganote talks about Galaxy tweaks and customizations at Indiana University, and Aysam Guerler talks about new tool forms.
Fall 2014 Galaxy Questionnaires Summary, Galaxy Project Update, GalaxyAdmins direction
GCC2013 discussion followup, and Main moves to TACC.
Andrew Warren of the Cyberinfrastructure Division of the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech talked about their Galaxy deployment at Pathogen Portal, a highly customized Galaxy installation, and also about the group's objectives and future plans. DannonBaker did the Galaxy Project update on this call.
- The 3rd group conference call. Curtis Hendrickson from UAB talked about their experiences Deploying Galaxy on a shared-node cluster at UAB.
- Our name has changed to Galaxy-Admins (Cheers Hans-Rudolf Holtz!). We have set a common time to meet. Alex Moskalenko spoke about Galaxy at University of Florida.
The group had a breakout at GCC2012
- Inaugural conference call. Set up some guidelines and Ann Black-Ziegelbein talked about their setup up at Iowa and specifically their experience with storage infrastructure.
Goals, Protocols, etc.