Globus connectors enable a uniform interface for accessing, moving, and sharing across a diverse set of storage systems.

Globus Connect Server turns your storage system into a Globus endpoint, and enables all users with local accounts on that system to access their data via Globus. Globus Connect Server supports all POSIX-compliant file systems, but the storage landscape increasingly includes cloud object stores, tape archives, and many other proprietary storage systems. Globus allows these diverse systems to be accessed in the same way, simply by installing the required connector.

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“The Box connector is a valuable addition to our Globus subscription.”

Ohio Supercomputer Center
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“Globus makes using Google Drive for research storage not only feasible but trivial. It’s a requirement for our researchers who regularly use Google Drive storage.”

Rice University
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"We transferred 40 TB to/from Spectra BlackPearl, with rates as high as 95 MB/sec."

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
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“We use Amazon S3 endpoints to move data for archival storage; once in S3, lifecycle rules move the data to Glacier."

Cornell University
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Supported Storage Systems

Note: These storage system connectors require a paid Globus subscription. Pricing for connector subscriptions varies, depending on the type of connector and other factors - please contact us

What's New

New premium connector: Globus for Google Cloud

Save the date: GlobusWorld 2020 is April 29-30

Blog post: DataCite Switches to Globus for Authentication

Box connector now available: Use Globus to move data to/from Box