Steve Tuecke, Globus Co-inventor and Project Lead
August 16, 2016 (All day) to August 18, 2016 (All day)

Tutorial: Building the Modern Research Data Portal Using the Globus Platform

New Globus REST APIs, combined with high-speed networks and Science DMZs, create a research data platform on which developers can create entirely new classes of scientific applications, portals, and gateways. Globus is an established service that is widely used for managing research data on XSEDE, DOE, and campus computing resources, and it continues to evolve with the addition of data publication capabilities, and enhancement of the core data transfer and sharing functions. Over the past year we have added new identity and access management functionality that will simplify access to Globus using campus logins, and facilitate the integration of Globus, XSEDE, and other research cyberinfrastructure services into web and mobile applications. In this tutorial we will describe and demonstrate how web applications can leverage Globus and Science DMZs to provide a broad range of researchers with access to advanced data management capabilities using existing organizational credentials. A combination of presentation and hands-on exercises will result in attendees learning how to build and run a simple, yet fully functional, web application that can be leveraged in their own applications.