Yes, whitelist the email address of the user to collaborate.
All sequencing systems that use a sample sheet in v2 format are compatible. See the Illumina Connected Analytics Product Compatibility page for more information.
Yes, see the Illumina Connected Analytics user interface for available files or visit the BaseSpace Sequence Hub resources available.
Illumina Connected Analytics Base uses Snowflake and relational tables.
Only the local service connector is supported.
Yes, docker images are available to the entire domain when added to the Docker Repository in ICA.
Yes, see the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface documentation.
Yes, in a workspace you can build a new docker image, create a tool process, and then the tool becomes a tool in your tool respository.
Yes, you can take your CWL docs and paste it in instead of configuring a tool via the UI. However, might need to change the namespace. Best practice is to try it first locally, a good option is CWL "runner".
Yes, see the Illumina Connected Analytics documentation.
Files and samples linked to a project allow the data to be used when launching pipelines within that project.
Yes, pipelines created in the user interface are available as workflows in the CLI. However, you cannot edit pipelines created in the user interface in the CLI.
No. Tools created in the GUI do not exist as tasks in the CLI. See the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface documentation for more information on tools and tasks.
Yes. The resources for running tools are configured when building pipelines, using the Machine Profiles menu.
You can connect your own S3 bucket to GDS using the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface. This option is only available via the CLI. See the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface documentation for more information.
Samples are multiple files that are related to one sample (eg, multiple lanes). You can link samples to multiple projects; however, a file can only be added to one sample.
All tools are executed on independent compute nodes, regardless of the Machine Profile selected. Shared compute nodes are not supported.
At the beginning, it will be two namespaces because it's historical/combining.
If using the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface, tasks can be created and run separately from a workflow. You cannot create tasks in the Illumina Connected Analytics user interface. See the Illumina Connected Analytics command-line interface documentation.
All workgroups have access. Docker images in ICA are available at the domain level.
Yes, see the Illumina Connected Analytics Flow documentation for information on running pipelines.
For each project, project admins can assign a user the Viewer, Contributor, or Admin role. See the Illumina Connected Analytics documentation for more information.
No, you cannot configure parameters for inputs/outputs outside the user interface when creating a tool inside the user interface.
You can configure machine profiles (docker resources) in each tool.
You can use the local service connector to combine files into a sample after uploading. You can configure the option in the advanced settings for the local service connector's upload rules. See the Illumina Connected Analytics documentation for more information.
There are no file size limits; however, upload/download time depends on file size. The service connector runs in the background until data is uploaded. See the Illumina Connected Analytics documentation for more information.
When building the tool, you can specify the default compute instance at the pipeline level. When running the tool, you can override the default specified.
Tools define the inputs and outputs available, and pipelines connect the inputs and outputs to other steps or the initial inputs/final output files. Pipelines can be shared across projects and tools, so you might want the behavior to differ.
You can run the pipeline successfully if output was marked as is required in the tool configuration. If the output was marked as optional, you cannot run the pipeline.
Yes, see the BaseSpace Sequence Hub documentation for information on adding domain admins.
In the IAM Console, you can assign users in a workgroup Has Access or No Access roles for Illumina Connected Analytics (ICA). The No Access role prevents the users from performing operations in ICA, but still allows them access to other applications, such as BaseSpace Sequence Hub. The default role for each user is No Access. See the Illumina Connected Analytics Flow Help for information on granting users access. For information on granting users access to other software applications, see the documentation for the relevant software.
Yes, all file types are supported.