Some of these are new to me as well!
It is a a web accessible database and LIMS to organize and track the generation of raw genomic data and associated downstream analysis.
It is a Genomic Annotation Publisher which stores information about each annotation in a database. http://bioserver.hci.utah.edu/BioInfo/index.php/Software:DAS2
Intergrative Genome Browser:
The Integrated Genome Browser is an interactive, zoomable, scrollable software program you can use to visualize and explore genome-scale data sets, such as tiling array data, next-generation sequencing results, genome annotations, microarray designs, and the sequence itself.
Galaxy allows you to do analyses without the need to install or download software. You can analyze multiple alignments, compare genomic annotations, profile metagenomic samples, etc.