Cloud-Coffee: implementation of a parallel consistency-based multiple alignment algorithm in the T-Coffee package and its benchmarking on the Amazon Elastic-Cloud
Di Tommaso, Paolo
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Summary: We present the first parallel implementation of the T-Coffee consistency-based multiple aligner. We benchmark it on the Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2) and show that the parallelization procedure is reasonably effective. We also conclude that for a web server with moderate usage (10K hits/month)
the cloud provides a cost-effective alternative to in-house deployment.
Is part ofBioinformatics, 2010, vol. 26, núm. 15, p. 1903-1904
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