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Dec 2011 – 758 sequencers. Apr 2012 – 823 sequencers. Biomedical Research. 1. – © 2012 Internet2. Source: . http://omicsmaps.com. /. , Dec. 5, 2011. Increasing at 25% per year. Image:. . Illumina. ID: 502926 Download Presentation

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High-throughput Sequencer

Dec 2011 – 758 sequencers

Apr 2012 – 823 sequencers

Biomedical Research

1 – © 2012 Internet2

Source:

http://omicsmaps.com/, Dec. 5, 2011

Increasing at 25% per year

Image:

Illumina

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Ion Proton Sequencer

Democratization of Sequencing

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Handheld USB Sequencer

Image: Oxford

Nanopore

Technologies

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Life

Technologies

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Source: L. D. Stein Genome Biol. 11, 207 (2010)

Moving beyond Moore’s Law

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Research Centers Who’s Who

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University

VP / CIO

MedicalSchoolCIO

AcademicMedicalCenterCIO

CancerCenterCIO

GenomicsCenterCIO

Who

does research involving Big Data?

Who does wide area networking?

Who talks with whom?

Who is responsible for security?

Who is collaborative?

Who

is in charge?

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ESnet Science DMZ for Biomedical Researchers

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Sensitive dataPHILimited data setDe-identifiedSecurityACLs in DMZ switchServer hardeningFirewall issuesEncryptionBest practices guide

Source: http

://fasterdata.es.net/science-dmz/science-dmz-architecture/

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What do biomedical researchers need today? Tomorrow?Who are the collaborative early adopters?How can we disseminate best practices?Training the trainer workshopsEducational materialsPerformance monitoring and troubleshootingESnet’s Science DMZ architectureSecurity recommendationsWhat is unique in the life sciences?Security IssuesTransport protocolsInternational collaborations

Engaging Biomedical Researchers

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