Big genomic data is here today, with petabytes rapidly growing toward exabytes. What if you could analyze massive genomic data using the same technologies that Google uses for Search, Maps and YouTube?
You can. You can load up petabytes of sequence reads, variants, references, and annotations, and process them all efficiently. You can work with your genomics data and use:
Genomic data processing and analysis in real-time with BigQuery, in literate programming style with Cloud Datalab, in batch with GATK on Google Genomics, with Apache Spark or Cloud Dataflow, or with a Grid Engine cluster