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Infrastructure template and Jupyter notebooks for running RoseTTAFold on AWS Batch

AWS RoseTTAFold

Infrastructure template and Jupyter notebooks for running RoseTTAFold on AWS Batch.

Overview

PProteins are large biomolecules that play an important role in the body. Knowing the physical structure of proteins is key to understanding their function. However, it can be difficult and expensive to determine the structure of many proteins experimentally. One alternative is to predict these structures using machine learning algorithms. Several high-profile research teams have released such algorithms, including AlphaFold 2, RoseTTAFold, and others. Their work was important enough for Science magazine to name it the "2021 Breakthrough of the Year".

Both AlphaFold 2 and RoseTTAFold use a multi-track transformer architecture trained on known protein templates to predict the structure of unknown peptide sequences. These predictions are heavily GPU-dependent and take anywhere from minutes to days to complete. The input features for these predictions include multiple sequence alignment (MSA) data. MSA algorithms are CPU-dependent and can themselves require several hours of processing time.

Running both the MSA and structure prediction steps in the same computing environment can be cost inefficient, because the expensive GPU resources required for the prediction sit unused while the MSA step runs. Instead, using a high performance computing (HPC) service like AWS Batch (https://aws.amazon.com/batch/) allows us to run each step as a containerized job with the best fit of CPU, memory, and GPU resources.

In this post, we demonstrate how to provision and use AWS Batch and other services to run AI-driven protein folding algorithms like RoseTTAFold.

Setup

Deploy the infrastructure stack

  1. Choose Launch Stack:
Launch Stack

2. For Stack Name, enter a value unique to your account and region.

3. For StackAvailabilityZone choose an availability zone.

4. Select I acknowledge that AWS CloudFormation might create IAM resources with custom names.

5. Choose Create stack.

6. Wait approximately 30 minutes for AWS CloudFormation to create the infrastructure stack and AWS CodeBuild to build and publish the AWS-RoseTTAFold container to Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR).

Load model weights and sequence database files

Option 1: Mount the FSx for Lustre file system to an EC2 instance

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ec2.
  2. In the navigation pane, under Instances, select Launch Templates.
  3. Choose the Launch template ID for your stack, such as aws-rosettafold-launch-template-stack-id-suffix.
  4. Choose Actions, Launch instance from template.
  5. Launch a new EC2 instance and connect using either SSH or SSM.
  6. Download and extract the network weights and sequence database files to the attached volume at /fsx/aws-rosettafold-ref-data according to installation steps 3 and 5 from the RoseTTAFold public repository.

Option 2: Lazy-load the data from a S3 data repository

  1. Create a new S3 bucket in your region of interest.
  2. Download and extract the network weights and sequence database files as described above and transfer them to your S3 bucket.
  3. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon FSx for Lustre console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/fsx.
  4. Choose the File System name for your stack, such as aws-rosettafold-fsx-lustre-stack-id-suffix.
  5. On the file system details page, choose Data repository, Create data repository association.
  6. For File system path enter /aws-rosettafold-ref-data.
  7. For Data repository path enter the s3 url for your new S3 bucket.
  8. Choose Create.

Creating the data repository association will immediately load the file metadata to the file system. However, the data itself will not be available until requested by a job. This will add several hours to the duration of the first job you submit. However, subsequent jobs will complete much faster.

Once you have finished loading the model weights and sequence data base files, the FSx for Lustre file system will include the following files:

/fsx
└── /aws-rosettafold-ref-data
    ├── /bfd
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_a3m.ffdata (1.4 TB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_a3m.ffindex (1.7 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_cs219.ffdata (15.7 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_cs219.ffindex (1.6 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_hhm.ffdata (304.4 GB)
    │   └── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_hhm.ffindex (123.6 MB)
    ├── /pdb100_2021Mar03
    │   ├── LICENSE (20.4 KB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_a3m.ffdata (633.9 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_a3m.ffindex (3.9 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_cs219.ffdata (41.8 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_cs219.ffindex (2.8 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_hhm.ffdata (6.8 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_hhm.ffindex (3.4 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_pdb.ffdata (26.2 GB)
    │   └── pdb100_2021Mar03_pdb.ffindex (3.7 MB)
    ├── /UniRef30_2020_06
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_a3m.ffdata (139.6 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_a3m.ffindex (671.0 MG)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_cs219.ffdata (6.0 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_cs219.ffindex (605.0 MB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_hhm.ffdata (34.1 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_hhm.ffindex (19.4 MB)
    │   └── UniRef30_2020_06.md5sums (379.0 B)
    └── /weights
        ├── RF2t.pt (126 MB KB)
        ├── Rosetta-DL_LICENSE.txt (3.1 KB)
        ├── RoseTTAFold_e2e.pt (533 MB)
        └── RoseTTAFold_pyrosetta.pt (506 MB)

Submit structure prediction jobs from Jupyter

  1. Clone the CodeCommit repository created by CloudFormation to a Jupyter Notebook environment of your choice.
  2. Use the AWS-RoseTTAFold.ipynb and CASP14-Analysis.ipynb notebooks to submit protein sequences for analysis.

Architecture

AWS-RoseTTAFold Architecture

This project creates two computing environments in AWS Batch to run the "end-to-end" protein folding workflow in RoseTTAFold. The first of these uses the optimal mix of c4, m4, and r4 instance types based on the vCPU and memory requirements specified in the Batch job. The second environment uses g4dn on-demand instances to balance performance, availability, and cost.

A scientist can create structure prediction jobs using one of the two included Jupyter notebooks. AWS-RoseTTAFold.ipynb demonstrates how to submit a single analysis job and view the results. CASP14-Analysis.ipynb demonstrates how to submit multiple jobs at once using the CASP14 target list. In both of these cases, submitting a sequence for analysis creates two Batch jobs, one for data preparation (using the CPU computing environment) and a second, dependent job for structure prediction (using the GPU computing environment).

Both the data preparation and structure prediction use the same Docker image for execution. This image, based on the public Nvidia CUDA image for Ubuntu 20, includes the v1.1 release of the public RoseTTAFold repository, as well as additional scripts for integrating with AWS services. CodeBuild will automatically download this container definition and build the required image during stack creation. However, end users can make changes to this image by pushing to the CodeCommit repository included in the stack. For example, users could replace the included MSA algorithm (hhblits) with an alternative like MMseqs2 or replace the RoseTTAFold network with an alternative like AlphaFold 2 or Uni-Fold.

Costs

This workload costs approximately $760 per month to maintain, plus another $0.50 per job.

Deployment

AWS-RoseTTAFold Dewployment

Running the CloudFormation template at config/cfn.yaml creates the following resources in the specified availability zone:

  1. A new VPC with a private subnet, public subnet, NAT gateway, internet gateway, elastic IP, route tables, and S3 gateway endpoint.
  2. A FSx Lustre file system with 1.2 TiB of storage and 1,200 MB/s throughput capacity. This file system can be linked to an S3 bucket for loading the required reference data when the first job executes.
  3. An EC2 launch template for mounting the FSX file system to Batch compute instances.
  4. A set of AWS Batch compute environments, job queues, and job definitions for running the CPU-dependent data prep job and a second for the GPU-dependent prediction job.
  5. CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodePipeline, and ECR resources for building and publishing the Batch container image. When CloudFormation creates the CodeCommit repository, it populates it with a zipped version of this repository stored in a public S3 bucket. CodeBuild uses this repository as its source and adds additional code from release 1.1 of the public RoseTTAFold repository. CodeBuild then publishes the resulting container image to ECR, where Batch jobs can use it as needed.

Licensing

This library is licensed under the MIT-0 License. See the LICENSE file for more information.

The University of Washington has made the code and data in the RoseTTAFold public repository available under an MIT license. However, the model weights used for prediction are only available for internal, non-profit, non-commercial research use. For information, please see the full license agreement and contact the University of Washington for details.

Security

See CONTRIBUTING for more information.

Download Details:
 

Author: aws-samples
Download Link: Download The Source Code
Official Website: https://github.com/aws-samples/aws-rosettafold 
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Infrastructure template and Jupyter notebooks for running RoseTTAFold on AWS Batch
Michio JP

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Infrastructure template and Jupyter notebooks for running RoseTTAFold on AWS Batch

AWS RoseTTAFold

Infrastructure template and Jupyter notebooks for running RoseTTAFold on AWS Batch.

Overview

PProteins are large biomolecules that play an important role in the body. Knowing the physical structure of proteins is key to understanding their function. However, it can be difficult and expensive to determine the structure of many proteins experimentally. One alternative is to predict these structures using machine learning algorithms. Several high-profile research teams have released such algorithms, including AlphaFold 2, RoseTTAFold, and others. Their work was important enough for Science magazine to name it the "2021 Breakthrough of the Year".

Both AlphaFold 2 and RoseTTAFold use a multi-track transformer architecture trained on known protein templates to predict the structure of unknown peptide sequences. These predictions are heavily GPU-dependent and take anywhere from minutes to days to complete. The input features for these predictions include multiple sequence alignment (MSA) data. MSA algorithms are CPU-dependent and can themselves require several hours of processing time.

Running both the MSA and structure prediction steps in the same computing environment can be cost inefficient, because the expensive GPU resources required for the prediction sit unused while the MSA step runs. Instead, using a high performance computing (HPC) service like AWS Batch (https://aws.amazon.com/batch/) allows us to run each step as a containerized job with the best fit of CPU, memory, and GPU resources.

In this post, we demonstrate how to provision and use AWS Batch and other services to run AI-driven protein folding algorithms like RoseTTAFold.

Setup

Deploy the infrastructure stack

  1. Choose Launch Stack:
Launch Stack

2. For Stack Name, enter a value unique to your account and region.

3. For StackAvailabilityZone choose an availability zone.

4. Select I acknowledge that AWS CloudFormation might create IAM resources with custom names.

5. Choose Create stack.

6. Wait approximately 30 minutes for AWS CloudFormation to create the infrastructure stack and AWS CodeBuild to build and publish the AWS-RoseTTAFold container to Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR).

Load model weights and sequence database files

Option 1: Mount the FSx for Lustre file system to an EC2 instance

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ec2.
  2. In the navigation pane, under Instances, select Launch Templates.
  3. Choose the Launch template ID for your stack, such as aws-rosettafold-launch-template-stack-id-suffix.
  4. Choose Actions, Launch instance from template.
  5. Launch a new EC2 instance and connect using either SSH or SSM.
  6. Download and extract the network weights and sequence database files to the attached volume at /fsx/aws-rosettafold-ref-data according to installation steps 3 and 5 from the RoseTTAFold public repository.

Option 2: Lazy-load the data from a S3 data repository

  1. Create a new S3 bucket in your region of interest.
  2. Download and extract the network weights and sequence database files as described above and transfer them to your S3 bucket.
  3. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon FSx for Lustre console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/fsx.
  4. Choose the File System name for your stack, such as aws-rosettafold-fsx-lustre-stack-id-suffix.
  5. On the file system details page, choose Data repository, Create data repository association.
  6. For File system path enter /aws-rosettafold-ref-data.
  7. For Data repository path enter the s3 url for your new S3 bucket.
  8. Choose Create.

Creating the data repository association will immediately load the file metadata to the file system. However, the data itself will not be available until requested by a job. This will add several hours to the duration of the first job you submit. However, subsequent jobs will complete much faster.

Once you have finished loading the model weights and sequence data base files, the FSx for Lustre file system will include the following files:

/fsx
└── /aws-rosettafold-ref-data
    ├── /bfd
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_a3m.ffdata (1.4 TB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_a3m.ffindex (1.7 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_cs219.ffdata (15.7 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_cs219.ffindex (1.6 GB)
    │   ├── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_hhm.ffdata (304.4 GB)
    │   └── bfd_metaclust_clu_complete_id30_c90_final_seq.sorted_opt_hhm.ffindex (123.6 MB)
    ├── /pdb100_2021Mar03
    │   ├── LICENSE (20.4 KB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_a3m.ffdata (633.9 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_a3m.ffindex (3.9 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_cs219.ffdata (41.8 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_cs219.ffindex (2.8 MB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_hhm.ffdata (6.8 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_hhm.ffindex (3.4 GB)
    │   ├── pdb100_2021Mar03_pdb.ffdata (26.2 GB)
    │   └── pdb100_2021Mar03_pdb.ffindex (3.7 MB)
    ├── /UniRef30_2020_06
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_a3m.ffdata (139.6 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_a3m.ffindex (671.0 MG)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_cs219.ffdata (6.0 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_cs219.ffindex (605.0 MB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_hhm.ffdata (34.1 GB)
    │   ├── UniRef30_2020_06_hhm.ffindex (19.4 MB)
    │   └── UniRef30_2020_06.md5sums (379.0 B)
    └── /weights
        ├── RF2t.pt (126 MB KB)
        ├── Rosetta-DL_LICENSE.txt (3.1 KB)
        ├── RoseTTAFold_e2e.pt (533 MB)
        └── RoseTTAFold_pyrosetta.pt (506 MB)

Submit structure prediction jobs from Jupyter

  1. Clone the CodeCommit repository created by CloudFormation to a Jupyter Notebook environment of your choice.
  2. Use the AWS-RoseTTAFold.ipynb and CASP14-Analysis.ipynb notebooks to submit protein sequences for analysis.

Architecture

AWS-RoseTTAFold Architecture

This project creates two computing environments in AWS Batch to run the "end-to-end" protein folding workflow in RoseTTAFold. The first of these uses the optimal mix of c4, m4, and r4 instance types based on the vCPU and memory requirements specified in the Batch job. The second environment uses g4dn on-demand instances to balance performance, availability, and cost.

A scientist can create structure prediction jobs using one of the two included Jupyter notebooks. AWS-RoseTTAFold.ipynb demonstrates how to submit a single analysis job and view the results. CASP14-Analysis.ipynb demonstrates how to submit multiple jobs at once using the CASP14 target list. In both of these cases, submitting a sequence for analysis creates two Batch jobs, one for data preparation (using the CPU computing environment) and a second, dependent job for structure prediction (using the GPU computing environment).

Both the data preparation and structure prediction use the same Docker image for execution. This image, based on the public Nvidia CUDA image for Ubuntu 20, includes the v1.1 release of the public RoseTTAFold repository, as well as additional scripts for integrating with AWS services. CodeBuild will automatically download this container definition and build the required image during stack creation. However, end users can make changes to this image by pushing to the CodeCommit repository included in the stack. For example, users could replace the included MSA algorithm (hhblits) with an alternative like MMseqs2 or replace the RoseTTAFold network with an alternative like AlphaFold 2 or Uni-Fold.

Costs

This workload costs approximately $760 per month to maintain, plus another $0.50 per job.

Deployment

AWS-RoseTTAFold Dewployment

Running the CloudFormation template at config/cfn.yaml creates the following resources in the specified availability zone:

  1. A new VPC with a private subnet, public subnet, NAT gateway, internet gateway, elastic IP, route tables, and S3 gateway endpoint.
  2. A FSx Lustre file system with 1.2 TiB of storage and 1,200 MB/s throughput capacity. This file system can be linked to an S3 bucket for loading the required reference data when the first job executes.
  3. An EC2 launch template for mounting the FSX file system to Batch compute instances.
  4. A set of AWS Batch compute environments, job queues, and job definitions for running the CPU-dependent data prep job and a second for the GPU-dependent prediction job.
  5. CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodePipeline, and ECR resources for building and publishing the Batch container image. When CloudFormation creates the CodeCommit repository, it populates it with a zipped version of this repository stored in a public S3 bucket. CodeBuild uses this repository as its source and adds additional code from release 1.1 of the public RoseTTAFold repository. CodeBuild then publishes the resulting container image to ECR, where Batch jobs can use it as needed.

Licensing

This library is licensed under the MIT-0 License. See the LICENSE file for more information.

The University of Washington has made the code and data in the RoseTTAFold public repository available under an MIT license. However, the model weights used for prediction are only available for internal, non-profit, non-commercial research use. For information, please see the full license agreement and contact the University of Washington for details.

Security

See CONTRIBUTING for more information.

Download Details:
 

Author: aws-samples
Download Link: Download The Source Code
Official Website: https://github.com/aws-samples/aws-rosettafold 
#python #aws 

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Bob had just arrived in the office for his first day of work as the newly hired chief technical officer when he was called into a conference room by the president, Martha, who immediately introduced him to the head of accounting, Amanda. They exchanged pleasantries, and then Martha got right down to business:

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Martha placed a screenshot of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) billing report on the table and pointed to it.

“This is a problem for us: We don’t know what we’re spending this money on, and we need to see more detail.”

Amanda chimed in, “Bob, look, we have financial dimensions that we use for reporting purposes, and I can provide you with some guidance regarding some information we’d really like to see such that the reports that are ultimately produced mirror these dimensions — if you can do this, it would really help us internally.”

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“How many projects do we have?” Bob inquired.

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Bob understood the problem and responded, “I’ll see what I can do and have some ideas. I might not be able to give you retrospective insight, but going forward, we should be able to get a better idea of what’s going on and start to bring the cost down.”

The meeting ended with Bob heading to find his desk. Cost allocation tags should help us, he thought to himself as he looked for someone who might know where his office is.

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How To Unite AWS KMS with Serverless Application Model (SAM)

The Basics

AWS KMS is a Key Management Service that let you create Cryptographic keys that you can use to encrypt and decrypt data and also other keys. You can read more about it here.

Important points about Keys

Please note that the customer master keys(CMK) generated can only be used to encrypt small amount of data like passwords, RSA key. You can use AWS KMS CMKs to generate, encrypt, and decrypt data keys. However, AWS KMS does not store, manage, or track your data keys, or perform cryptographic operations with data keys.

You must use and manage data keys outside of AWS KMS. KMS API uses AWS KMS CMK in the encryption operations and they cannot accept more than 4 KB (4096 bytes) of data. To encrypt application data, use the server-side encryption features of an AWS service, or a client-side encryption library, such as the AWS Encryption SDK or the Amazon S3 encryption client.

Scenario

We want to create signup and login forms for a website.

Passwords should be encrypted and stored in DynamoDB database.

What do we need?

  1. KMS key to encrypt and decrypt data
  2. DynamoDB table to store password.
  3. Lambda functions & APIs to process Login and Sign up forms.
  4. Sign up/ Login forms in HTML.

Lets Implement it as Serverless Application Model (SAM)!

Lets first create the Key that we will use to encrypt and decrypt password.

KmsKey:
    Type: AWS::KMS::Key
    Properties: 
      Description: CMK for encrypting and decrypting
      KeyPolicy:
        Version: '2012-10-17'
        Id: key-default-1
        Statement:
        - Sid: Enable IAM User Permissions
          Effect: Allow
          Principal:
            AWS: !Sub arn:aws:iam::${AWS::AccountId}:root
          Action: kms:*
          Resource: '*'
        - Sid: Allow administration of the key
          Effect: Allow
          Principal:
            AWS: !Sub arn:aws:iam::${AWS::AccountId}:user/${KeyAdmin}
          Action:
          - kms:Create*
          - kms:Describe*
          - kms:Enable*
          - kms:List*
          - kms:Put*
          - kms:Update*
          - kms:Revoke*
          - kms:Disable*
          - kms:Get*
          - kms:Delete*
          - kms:ScheduleKeyDeletion
          - kms:CancelKeyDeletion
          Resource: '*'
        - Sid: Allow use of the key
          Effect: Allow
          Principal:
            AWS: !Sub arn:aws:iam::${AWS::AccountId}:user/${KeyUser}
          Action:
          - kms:DescribeKey
          - kms:Encrypt
          - kms:Decrypt
          - kms:ReEncrypt*
          - kms:GenerateDataKey
          - kms:GenerateDataKeyWithoutPlaintext
          Resource: '*'

The important thing in above snippet is the KeyPolicy. KMS requires a Key Administrator and Key User. As a best practice your Key Administrator and Key User should be 2 separate user in your Organisation. We are allowing all permissions to the root users.

So if your key Administrator leaves the organisation, the root user will be able to delete this key. As you can see **KeyAdmin **can manage the key but not use it and KeyUser can only use the key. ${KeyAdmin} and **${KeyUser} **are parameters in the SAM template.

You would be asked to provide values for these parameters during SAM Deploy.

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