de.NBI Cloud

Cloud Computing for Life Sciences

Compute Power for your Project

Start your project in the de.NBI Cloud by using one of our two project types.


SimpleVM puts an emphasis on simplicity when managing Virtual Machines (VMs) in the Cloud. ➤Read more



OpenStack lets you manage your storage, compute and network resources and thereby start frameworks for parallel processing of large data. ➤Read more

de.NBI Cloud Brochure

We are delighted to present our new de.NBI brochure entitled “Development and operation of the federated de.NBI Cloud“. This brochure showcases the power, strength, and range of the de.NBI Cloud for the life science community by providing the ability to unlock research data and better collaborate across the ecosystem.

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What our users say about the de.NBI Cloud. Show all

Single Cell Meta Analysis

Rolf Backofen

I am very grateful for the instrumental compute resources that are provided by de.NBI. The platform's accessibility has streamlined my workflow, enabling me to concentrate more onthe biological interpretation of results rather than grappling withcomputational intricacies. With excellent availability it is a valuable tool in my research. Read more.

Graph database of biological functional units

Dilmurat Yusuf

The de.NBI Cloud has proven to be outstanding in terms of stability and the responsiveness of their help desk, all offered completely free of charge! We deeply appreciate having such a remarkable cloud service at our disposal for academic purposes. Without it, finding a readily available alternative would be quite challenging. Read more.

Interactions in the bacterial pathobiome associated with crown gall disease: coexistence or competition?

Nemanja Kuzmanović

The de.NBI cloud provided us with the easy accessible and scalable working environment which we could freely adapt to serve our research needs. When necessary, the de.NBI support team provided us with prompt assistance. Taken together, de.NBI cloud have proven to be indispensable for our bioinformatics analyses, and enabled planning of new research projects. Read more.

Projects using de.NBI Cloud

Current News

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de.NBI Cloud Christmas Letter 2023

Dec 22, 2023
Dear de.NBI Cloud user, We would like to thank you for your support in the past year. The de.NBI Cloud has seen another rise in application and project numbers, which underlines the continued need f… Read more

New Testimonial on OpenStack and the de.NBI Cloud

Nov 16, 2023
Dr. Dilmurat Yusuf from the Bioinformatics Group of the University of Freiburg has submitted a new testimonial in which he describes how the use of the de.NBI Cloud has facilitated the research work … Read more

New Testimonial: Interactions in the bacterial pathobiome associated with crown gall disease

Nov 06, 2023
Nemanja Kuzmanović from the Institute of Plant Protection in Horticulture and Urban Green of the Julius Kühn Institute has written a new testimonial on the work within the de.NBI Cloud. Read more