Visualizing and analyzing large-scale cancer genomics datasets

The Hyve manages the largest number of active cBioPortal installations in the world, for a wide variety of clients, including pharma companies, hospitals, research institutes, data providers and research collaborations. Our contributions to the open-source code base can be found in our articles.


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Easy to use

From clinicians to bench scientists to bioinformaticians, cBioPortal is the most user-friendly tool for cancer genomics.


An in-house cBioPortal installation offers a secure place for analysis of proprietary data.

Open Source

Features developed for our clients will become available to everyone.

Widely used

Used by both major hospitals, such as MSK and Dana Farber, as well as large pharma companies.

Services we offer


We provide a safe platform for proprietary data by deploying cBioPortal on your infrastructure and enabling study level authorization and usage monitoring.

Data loading

We can load your data for you or train bioinformaticians in your team so they can do the data loading themselves.


We develop new functionality to tackle any use cases that are not currently supported. See our blog for examples.


We provide end-user training, tailored to use cases and datasets to make sure cBioPortal gets used to its full potential, as well as data loading training.


We provide advice on how your organisation can benefit the most from cBioPortal, including integration with other platforms.


What people say about The Hyve

“We are excited to be building an open-source community around cBioPortal, and The Hyve has become an integral part of our efforts. The Hyve brings unique expertise in building open-source bioinformatics platforms, and in building bridges between academic centers and industry. We look forward to continued work together.”

Ethan Cerami, Director, Knowledge Systems Group, Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

“Over the past years, The Hyve has constituted many important new features to cBioPortal, and their quality has always exceeded our expectations. We look forward to collaborating more and are excited to have them as a partner that can help us build bridges to pharmaceutical companies and other academic centers.”

Nikolaus Schultz, Head of Knowledge Systems, Marie-Josée & Henry R. Kravis Center for Molecular Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

"A few years ago, we decided to invest in our institute-wide registry for patients and samples and make that data available to all researchers within our institute. We pursued this avenue together with The Hyve and they have been a tremendous help in developing new features, thinking about possible solutions and maintaining the platform.”

Patrick Kemmeren, Principal Investigator at Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology

"We wanted to invest in developing a platform to help better visualize our data for both internal and external uses, and we are very glad we chose to collaborate with The Hyve. They have been extraordinary partners in helping us develop personalized solutions for our data, problem-solving, and helping us realize our vision. We look forward to our continued relationship and what we will create together."

Reagan Barnett, Ph.D., Medical Science Liaison, Medical Affairs at Guardant Health

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  • The most user-friendly tool for cancer genomics
  • Dedicated cBioPortal specialists
  • Integral part of the cBioPortal community

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cBioPortal was originally developed by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York, and is currently further developed by an open-source community consisting of more than 30 active developers. The Hyve is among the top three contributors to the cBioPortal code base and the only service provider that is an integral part of the community.