Core Informatics Recognized in AWS Partner Network Life Sciences Competency
– Amazon Web Services recognizes Core Informatics as scientific data management provider with APN Life Sciences Competency.
BRANFORD, Connecticut, Dec. 2, 2014 – Core Informatics, a leader in scientific data management software which helps to accelerate scientific research, collaboration and discovery, provides flexible, scalable, pay-as-you-go technology solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Life Sciences organizations around the globe. As a result of this work, the AWS Partner Network (APN) has selected Core Informatics as a scientific data management provider in the APN Life Sciences Competency.
Core Informatics has been using AWS’s services since 2008. As an early adopter, Core Informatics and its customers have been able to benefit from new capabilities and technologies as they are released by AWS. The designation of the Life Sciences Competency and the work Core Informatics has done on AWS illustrates the importance of cloud-architectures in Life Sciences laboratories.
Platform for Science is Core Informatics’ cloud-based solution providing a marketplace of applications, including LIMS, ELN and SDMS, for customers engaged in all phases of scientific product development and innovation. Platform for Science runs on AWS, allowing customers to scale up their environments as their needs grow and they add CROs (contract research organizations), CMOs (contract manufacturing organizations), or other partners to their research ecosystems. Platform for Science provides powerful RESTful APIs (application programming interfaces) which enable clients, partners and application developers to integrate data from existing software applications and instrumentation. The use of AWS helps Core Informatics’ customers to collect and analyze scientific big data in support of NGS (Next Generation Sequencing), pharmaceutical drug discovery, ag-bio (agricultural biology), biotechnology, and other scientific research and development (R&D) areas.
“Enterome uses Amazon Web Services for storing and managing metagenomic data, via Core Informatics, for the development of novel drugs and diagnostics to support personalized therapies in microbiome-related diseases. Cloud computing improves the efficiency of our IT environment in the maintenance and deployment of new resources,” says Nicolas Goffard, Bioinformatics Platform Manager at Enterome Bioscience.
“Core Informatics was born on the AWS Cloud six years ago, and today we leverage their market-leading services to provide our customers with unmatched scalability, flexibility and security that helps accelerate their time to market while dramatically reducing cost and complexity,” says Josh Geballe, CEO of Core Informatics.
About Core Informatics
Core Informatics provides the industry’s leading Scientific Platform-as-a-Service (sPaaS) – Platform for Science – including web-based LIMS, ELN and SDMS applications that help scientists reduce research cycle time, automate laboratory workflows, facilitate collaboration and derive more value from their data. With dozens of major companies and thousands of scientists already using its software, Core Informatics has received recognition from industry analysts and publications as a transformational leader in the industry. Founded in 2006, Core Informatics supports customers worldwide from its offices in Branford, CT, Cambridge, MA and London, England. For further information visit www.CoreInformatics.com.