Seven Bridges is proud to be one of the National Cancer Institute's three Cancer Genomics Cloud (CGC) pilots. The CGC hosts several petabytes of The Cancer Genome Atlas data, hosts hundreds of bioinformatic tools, and gives researchers instant access to thousands of CPU cores for analysis.
The Seven Bridges Platform is now available on the Google Cloud Platform. For the first time, researchers can choose the infrastructure to suit their needs, while maintaining the same interface, tools, and workflows.
The Seven Bridges Platform is a cloud-based environment for conducting bioinformatic analyses. It is a central hub for teams to store, analyze, and jointly interpret their bioinformatic data. The Platform co-locates analysis pipelines alongside the largest genomic datasets to optimize processing. It allocates storage and compute resources on demand, to meet the needs of ever-growing analyses.
The Platform also hosts the only functional suite of graph genome tools, from aligners and variant callers to applications that help you build whole-population references.
Our team of about 200 talented bioinformaticians, bench biologists, geneticists, engineers, and other experts in four global offices builds advanced analysis software for large research institutions. Our scientists visit these institutions to determine their precise analytic needs and develop custom solutions.