CSIRO: Using Serverless Computing to Help Genome Research – #AWS

How can serverless computing be used to tackle the challenge of processing genomes at scale to help cancer research? CSIRO has created a workflow that is fast, scalable and efficient to help scientists find answers faster and on-demand. Learn more at – http://amzn.to/2AxaEbu.

Host: Simon Elisha
Speaker: Dr. Denis Bauer, Team leader Transformational Bioinformatics

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