Our future plans include building a generic SARfari builder (so you will be able to paste a sequence of an arbitrary target into a web page, and then, after a short while, fully integrated and federated data will be delivered, as a new stand-alone gene-family themed web application).
At the EMBL-EBI we will host a copy of kinase SARfari and GPCR SARfari, populated with the relevant public-domain data from our own databases, the software systems (including source code) will be downloadable in toto and gratis, and installable locally for loading of local lab data (we do not plan to allow upload of data onto the EMBL-EBI SARfaris). At the moment, SARfari requires Oracle 9, and the Symyx chemical data cartridge, but future development will be directed towards a more generic and Open Source solution, including the CDK. If anyone would like to try the existing SARfari systems in advance, please feel free to contact us now.
The same software infrastructure and look-and-feel will be used for the DrugEBIlity project at the EMBL-EBI.