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Informed by the above analyses, we identify some promising areas for initial exploitation of cloud technology for bioinformatics

Cloud computing: A new business paradigm for biomedical information sharing.

Journal of Biomedical Informatics, no. 2 (2010): 342-353

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We examine how the biomedical informatics (BMI) community, especially consortia that share data and applications, can take advantage of a new resource called “cloud computing”. Clouds generally offer resources on demand. In most clouds, charges are pay per use, based on large farms of inexpensive, dedicated servers, sometimes supporting p...更多

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  • Satellites, and sensor networks can generate terabytes to petabytes of scientific data in a day [2].
  • As biomedical research transitions to a data-centric paradigm, scientists need to work more collaboratively, crossing geographic, domain, and social barriers.
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration over the Internet is in demand, making it necessary for individual laboratories to equip themselves with the technical infrastructure needed for information management and data sharing.
  • A research group may need to include data from clinical records, genome studies, animal studies, and toxicology analyses.
  • The era of spreadsheetbased research data storage is approaching its limits [3]
重点内容
  • Powerful instruments, satellites, and sensor networks can generate terabytes to petabytes of scientific data in a day [2]
  • We describe the fundamentals of cloud computing and illustrate how one might evaluate a particular cloud for biomedical purposes
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration over the Internet is in demand, making it necessary for individual laboratories to equip themselves with the technical infrastructure needed for information management and data sharing
  • Informed by the above analyses, we identify some promising areas for initial exploitation of cloud technology for bioinformatics
  • We introduced cloud architectures for biomedical informaticists who may wish to build applications using a cloud, and for investigators who want to share data with collaborators
  • The previous sections demonstrated that hosting on clouds sometimes offers large financial benefits, significant flexibility and ease-ofadministration benefits, and comparable security
结论
  • The authors introduced cloud architectures for biomedical informaticists who may wish to build applications using a cloud, and for investigators who want to share data with collaborators.
  • The previous sections demonstrated that hosting on clouds sometimes offers large financial benefits, significant flexibility and ease-ofadministration benefits, and comparable security.
  • The case seems strong enough to justify management attention from consortium leads, laboratory directors, and university CIOs. It seems desirable to begin funding pilot efforts in which organizations examine the most current cloud offerings.
  • The authors reiterate that the biomedical organization retains the right to set and enforce its own sharing policy
基金
  • A portion of this work was supported by the National Center for Research Resources of the National Institutes of Health, under Contract No TIRNO-99D-00005 Task Order No 20188
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