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The 2020 Bioinformatics Community Conference brings together the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) and the Galaxy Community Conference into a single event featuring training, a meeting, and a CollaborationFest. Events run from July 17 through July 25, and is held in both the eastern and western hemispheres.

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Friday, July 17 • 21:01 - 23:30
Introduction to Galaxy Administration I

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This is the first session of a 3 session workshop. Please sign up for all 3 sessions.

After attending this three-session workshop you will be able to set up, configure, and administer a fairly polished Galaxy instance. Topics include:
  • deployment and platform options
  • using Ansible to install and configure your own server
  • customizing and extending your instance
  • defining and importing genomes, running data managers
  • upgrading to a new Galaxy release
  • configure nginX webserver with Galaxy
  • database overview and best practices
  • running tools in containers
  • users and groups and quotas
  • storage management and using heterogeneous storage services
  • exploring the Galaxy job configuration file
  • connecting Galaxy to compute clusters
  • polishing Galaxy on uWSGI application server
  • instance monitoring using Grafana
  • shared data management with CVMFS
  • when things go wrong: Galaxy server troubleshooting tips & examples

  • Knowledge and comfort with the Unix/Linux command line interface and a text editor: If you don't know what cd, mv, rm, mkdir, chmod, grep and so on can do then you will struggle

avatar for Simon Gladman

Simon Gladman

University of Melbourne
avatar for Kiran K Telukunta

Kiran K Telukunta

TMS Foundation
Done PhD from University of Freiburg in Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics. As part of TMS Foundation and Bioclues promoting Galaxy Opensource frame work in India. Working as Cloud Architect. For a detail profile please visit my linkedin page. Following reasons should encourage you to... Read More →
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Nicholas Rhodes

SysAdmin & DBA, Queensland Facility for Advanced Bioinformatics
I have a forty-plus year involvement with life sciences computing. My first encounter with sequences was Dayhoff's "Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure" - a book that listed all the 65 known protein sequences.

Catherine Bromhead

University of Melbourne

Friday July 17, 2020 21:01 - 23:30 EDT
Training D