Scaleable open-source solutions from the developers of Nextflow.
Seqera Labs builds software to support your data pipelines
We enable users to monitor, optimize and deploy workloads in highly regulated environments. Forget about cloud migration, scaling-up or being locked-in.
We are bringing the full potential of Nextflow to the enterprise, ensuring success at every step from development to take-off.
Committed to improving Nextflow as an open source technology.
Nextflow is a fast-growing scientific workflow orchestrator that is widely used for deploying data-intensive pipelines. It has been embraced worldwide by pharmaceutical companies and renowned public health institutions.
Founded by the creators of Nextflow, Seqera Labs mission is to foster the adoption of professional open source software and strengthen the community effort around the Nextflow ecosystem.
Expertise and support for every step of your Nextflow journey
We provide premium support and maintenance updates for users and organizations running production applications and critical analysis workloads.
Deploy your applications with confidence in either on-premise or cloud environments.
Support plan for users deploying critical workloads and requiring support from our Nextflow experts
Designed for enterprise users needing long-term support, custom integrations and deployments
Learn from the source
We organize training events for your team or organization. These are intended for anyone who wishes to learn about the technology, starting from basic through to advanced concepts.
Our most popular intensive two-day course includes topics on containerization, cloud deployment, Git integration and best practices for reproducibility. With talks, demonstrations and hands-on sessions, let's maximise your workflow potential together.
No. Nextflow is distributed as free open source software under Apache 2.0 license.
Yes. The Nextflow copyright owners (see below) are committed to keeping Nextflow open source forever.
No. The Nextflow copyright is held by the Centre for Genomic Regulation and other contributing organizations.
No. We trust in the value of open source software and plan for Seqera Labs to become one of the main contributors to the Nextflow project.
To guarantee the viability of the project, we will provide maintenance releases and fixes with priority to "Professional" and "Enterprise" support plan users with the strong commitment to contribute all general purpose changes back to the main Nextflow source code repository.
Please do! The only limitation is to not use it to identify a commercial product. See the Nextflow trademark policy for details.