Overzicht Virtual Research Environment (VRE) oplossingen bij diverse instellingen

Verschillende instituten hebben al een Virtual Research Environment beschikbaar voor onderzoekers. Op deze pagina wordt een beknopt overzicht gegeven van enkele van deze VRE's. 

Wanneer de informatie niet volledig is of incorrect dan vernemen we dat graag in de reactie dan passen we het overzicht aan. 

Instituut Oplossing Omschrijving Link
Amsterdam UMC MS Azure The Amsterdam UMC Research Cloud is a cloud service which enables researchers to create and configure virtual machines for usage in software development, data-storage and analysis. It can also make use of specific software to cooperate with other (external) parties. Amsterdam UMC Research Cloud

AnDREa Consortium
(Radboud UMC, Erasmus MC, UMCU)

MS Azure

An environment where a researcher has access to and work with all his/her data, analytics, and tooling. 

This environment is secure, self-serviced, is capable of real-time collaboration, provides data and process audit trails, and is auditable compliant with all laws & regulations

DRE
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG) VDI oplossing (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) The virtual research workspace consists of a virtualized desktop environment where researchers can conduct data analyses jointly and securely. In this workspace, partnerships are possible with researchers from within the organization itself or from other institutions worldwide. Virtual Research Workspace
Universiteit Leiden (UL) PhenoMeNal PhenoMeNal (Phenome and Metabolome aNalysis) is a comprehensive and standardised e-infrastructure that supports the data processing and analysis pipelines for molecular phenotype data generated by metabolomics applications. PhenoMeNal
Universiteit Leiden (UL) Based on MS Sharepoint. Document sharing and storing. Meta data. The VRE offers an easy-to-use and reliable platform for storing, sharing and enriching data and documents 24/7 with research team members, both from Leiden University and beyond. VRE

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