The Galaxy Day began with the presentation of the French Galaxy working group.
Three session were then scheduled.
In the first session, 2 presentations related the virtualization of galaxy instances. Virtualization can be a convenient way to (i) simplify storage and data sharing ([Marius Van den Beek](mailto:m DOT vandenbeek AT gmail DOT com), Drosophila Genetics and Epigenetics Lab, Université Paris VI) and (ii) to set up a scalable environment for training ([Franck Samson](mailto:Franck DOT Samson AT jouy DOT inra DOT fr), Unité Mig/Plateforme Migale INRA).
This first session was also the time to give feedback on instance installation and maintenance: In the context of a small lab (David Roquis, Laboratoire Ecologie et Evolution des Interaction, Université de Perpignan) and in the context of a big institute (Olivia Doppelt-Azeroual, Institut Pasteur).
The second session contained three types of presentations: (i) general galaxy activities around platform (GUGGO group represented by [Cyril Monjeaud](mailto:Cyril DOT Monjeaud AT irisa DOT fr) and [Yvan Le Bras](mailto:Yvan DOT le_bras AT irisa DOT fr), and PRABI platform represented by Vincent Navratil) ; (ii) administrator and user advices to maintain and use a Galaxy service (Vladimir Daric from IGM, and [Sébastien Carrere](mailto:Sebastien DOT Carrere AT toulouse DOT inra DOT fr) representing the CATI BBRIC) ; (iii) and an administrator tool proposition from Alban Lerminne (Institut Curie) to manage Galaxy datasets in standard user unix accounts.
The third session contained three lightning talks about global feedback from different communities (David Benaben from CBIB, Claire Toffano-Nioche from IGM, and Franck Giacomoni from INRA representing a metabolomics research community).