Free Webinar | Accelerating Genomic Research with Hybrid Cloud Solutions

September 23, 2020 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT

Webinar Description:

Genomics users are increasingly challenged to create new genomic sequences and analyze results faster.

Qumulo is focused on delivering the file data platform to give you full performance from your sequencers and move data to the cloud for analysis and collaboration.

This Tech Talk will demonstrate the advantage of Qumulo file software running natively in AWS with Illumina Dragen. We will cover best practices in leveraging data on-prem along with data generated and analyzed with applications in the public cloud.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn how to share a unified data platform for multiple projects and researchers
  2. See the tools Qumulo makes available to store, analyze and move data from the sequencer to the cloud
  3. Explore the power of leveraging applications in the cloud with the data you are creating locally.

Speakers:

Molly Presley
VP, Product Marketing
Qumulo

Molly Presley joined Qumulo in 2018 and leads worldwide product marketing. Molly brings over 15 years of file system and archive technology leadership experience to the role. Prior to Qumulo, Molly held executive product and marketing leadership roles at Quantum, DataDirect Networks (DDN) and Spectra Logic. Presley also created the term "Active Archive", founded the Active Archive Alliance and has served on the Board of the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA).


Adam Kraut

Adam Kraut
Director of Marketing
BioTeam, Inc.

Adam is Director of Marketing and Innovation at BioTeam and has been a Senior Scientific Consultant at BioTeam for the past 12 years. Since 2002, BioTeam has been collaborating with and empowering clients across Pharma, Biotech, Government, and Non-profit organizations with strategic analysis and planning, hybrid infrastructure services, and scientific data environments.


Emric Delton

Emric Delton
IT Systems Administration Supervisor
ARUP Laboratories (SLC, UT)

Emric manages the IT infrastructure services team which is responsible for data center operations and network services at ARUP Laboratories. He’s been in this position for 15 years. Prior to joining ARUP, he was IT Manager for Sundance Institute, Sundance Film Festival, and the Sundance Film Labs in Utah and California. Prior to Sundance Institute, he was Systems Administrator at Denim Software where he managed website presence and local Windows system and network services and at Discreet Logic where he managed Windows system and network services and provided system integration training.


Moderator:

Van Leang

Allison Proffitt
Editorial Director
Bio-IT World

Allison Proffitt is a science writer with a background in biology and chemistry, research experience in cancer biology, and an expanding repertoire in biotech, AI, and battery chemistry. She serves as the editorial director for the Healthtech Publishing media group, a growing collection of online news sites. In addition to Bio-IT World, her work has been published by Nature Biotech, Chemical & Engineering News, and the Economist Intelligence Unit. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication of science, engineering, and technology from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s degree in science and medical writing from Johns Hopkins University.


ABOUT THE SPONSOR

Qumulo

Qumulo is the leader in enterprise-proven hybrid cloud file storage and file services, providing real-time visibility, scale and control of your data across on-prem and the cloud. Fortune 500 companies, major film studios, and the largest research facilities in the world trust Qumulo to help them create new products, new opportunities, and new business models.



Cost: No Cost!


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