Galaxy Administrator Training, Jan 28 - Feb 1, Penn State University

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Galaxy Administrator Training, Jan 28 - Feb 1, Penn State University

Dave Clements-2
Hello all,

We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Galaxy Admin Training will be offered January 28 through February 1 at Penn State University (where the Galaxy Project got started over ten years ago). The workshop offers a 2 day introductory session followed by a 3 day advanced topics session. Participants can register for one or both sessions.

This workshop will cover what you need to know to set up your own high-performance and multi-user production Galaxy instance. Sessions will be intensive and hands-on, and taught by experienced instructors from the Galaxy Community. Participants will learn how to install, configure, customize, and extend their own Galaxy servers. Topics include tool configuration, authentication and user management, using heterogeneous storage and compute services, and many other topics that will enable you to get your own Galaxy server up and running, performing well, and used by your community.

Registration is now open and starts at $40 / day for participants from non-profits and academia. Early registration ends October 31. However, the 2016 and 2018 admin training were both full, so you are strongly encouraged to register now.

The workshop does have prerequisites. Please read them before you register.

Cheers,
Dave C.

About Galaxy
Galaxy is an open web based platform for biomedical data integration and analysis. It is deployed at large and small organizations around the world and used in a broad range of biomedical research domains, and across the tree of life.
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Re: Galaxy Administrator Training, Jan 28 - Feb 1, Penn State University

Dave Clements-2
Hi All,

Just a reminder that registration for the 2019 Galaxy Admin Training is still open. Registering now avoids the 45 to 60% price increase when full prices take effect. The detailed agendas for the basic and advanced sessions are now available online as is the instructor list.

We hope to see you in January!


On Wed, Sep 19, 2018 at 12:17 PM Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello all,

We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Galaxy Admin Training will be offered January 28 through February 1 at Penn State University (where the Galaxy Project got started over ten years ago). The workshop offers a 2 day introductory session followed by a 3 day advanced topics session. Participants can register for one or both sessions.

This workshop will cover what you need to know to set up your own high-performance and multi-user production Galaxy instance. Sessions will be intensive and hands-on, and taught by experienced instructors from the Galaxy Community. Participants will learn how to install, configure, customize, and extend their own Galaxy servers. Topics include tool configuration, authentication and user management, using heterogeneous storage and compute services, and many other topics that will enable you to get your own Galaxy server up and running, performing well, and used by your community.

Registration is now open and starts at $40 / day for participants from non-profits and academia. Early registration ends October 31. However, the 2016 and 2018 admin training were both full, so you are strongly encouraged to register now.

The workshop does have prerequisites. Please read them before you register.

Cheers,
Dave C.

About Galaxy
Galaxy is an open web based platform for biomedical data integration and analysis. It is deployed at large and small organizations around the world and used in a broad range of biomedical research domains, and across the tree of life.
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