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    Software: Databiology CIAO: Develop applications quickly and easily. Increase your productivity and enable portability with our full application development environment.
    Submitted by Bridget McMahon; posted on Tuesday, August 29, 2017

    We are looking for developers in for a preview testing phase who can create or port their tools (or even pipelines) in Databiology Lab using our CIAO (Continuous Integration Application Onboarding) framework. CIAO allows developers:
    • Integrates with your own source or binaries using container technologies
    • Simple configuration to create application specifications
    • Stack independence – middleware are packaged with the application
    • Quick and easy to adapt existing applications – minimal to no refactoring required
    • Common biomedical datasets readily available (1000 Genomes, GIAB, NCBI SRA, ...)
    • Scale applications to production grade environments with free storage and compute capacity to test and optimize applications for all platform configuration
    • Real-time inspection capabilities for each container
    • Reach users of dozens of organizations in the DBE Application Store
    Databiology CIAO is free to use for open source developers and includes compute and storage capacity (usage restrictions may apply).

    If you are interested in trying out CIAO on Databiology Lab, you can sign up here: www.databiology.com/inde[...]eview

    To learn more about the platform: www.databiology.com

    If you have any questions please reply to this post or email us at webcontacts[at]databiology.com

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