Sorry, for being so quiet recently – but the preparation of new services at cactus kept us busy (we will write more about it soon).
Andrea Mauri of Talete pointed me to the KNIME node they have implemented and which is available for download at their web site, so if you work a lot with KNIME and need a lookup or conversion of different chemical structure representations, please take a look at their nice work (sorry, Andrea for delaying this post for so long).
cactus.nci.nih.gov is back and up again. It is online since yesterday but since I see the sun out of my window for the first time again, I am sure Sandy is behind us.
Because of Hurricane Sande, we (probably) are going to shutdown our web server, cactus.nci.nih.gov, on Monday, Oct-29, 6pm (EST) and expect this to last at least for Tuesday, Oct-30.
Sorry for the inconvience,
Finally, it is “rolling out” – it was a lot of hard work 😉 :
Sorry for any inconvenience – we had a hardware failure in our network infrastructure here in the building which made our web services unreachable. It should be fixed by now.
The network infrastructure of the NIH campus where our lab is located will get an update on Sat, Jan-08, 2011. This will affect accessabilty of all of our web services at cactus.nci.nih.gov during Saturday. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause (and we hope you will return on Sunday 🙂 ).
We had the CCL and CHMINF-L announcement of our new service yesterday and the service “survived” ~100.000 requests during its first day – admittedly, among all the ~100 visitors so far – it were a few power users who apparently fell in love with this service immediately.
Thanks to all of you for your interest,
Hi, this is a new blog. We will use it to present a series of new web services that we are currently working on.