With Globus sharing you can easily reduce storage costs and employ a “self-service” method for researchers to access and share data. With over 40,000 Globus-enabled systems, many researchers are already using Globus to store and share data. Come learn how to deploy guest collections and hear directly from an ACCESS resource provider how Globus eliminates some of the mundane time-consuming and hand-holding tasks involved in sharing research data securely and reliably.
As the volume of data generated continues to explode, the need to move data quickly and reliably for analysis, collaboration, and storage increases. Whether you want to move data off expensive instruments, sync data between local and remote resources, publish data to portals, or even archive data for long-term preservation, automating the data handling will reduce obstacles and make the data available to others more quickly. In this webinar you will learn some best practices and automation techniques.
April 25, 2023 (All day) to April 27, 2023 (All day)
Chicago, IL and Online
GlobusWorld returns to Chicago in 2023, for three days of presentations, tutorials, discussions and connections with Globus users from around the world. This annual event brings together researchers, systems administrators, developers and IT leaders from top computing centers, labs and universities. The event is designed to provide new insights into managing research data and storage at scale, as well as building and using cutting-edge applications, portals and gateways.
Globus will be presenting a couple sessions at this year's Community Exchange:
Date: May 9, 3:00-4:15 p.m. ET
Democratizing Compute at All Scales
The advanced computing playing field is fundamentally non-level: a small fraction of researchers have access to substantial resources—with respect to both capacity and capability—that allow them to easily scale their work from proof-of concept to large-scale experiments; but the majority are constrained by a lack of access and the advanced skills required to move from small- to ultra-scale.
Princeton University, Edge, Globus, and EPOC (TACC and ESnet co-PIs) are hosting the Cyberinfrastructure for Research Data Management workshop on the Princeton University campus this coming May 23-24, 2023 starting daily at 9 a.m. The in-person workshop is designed to help research computing professionals deploy next-gen cyberinfrastructure that can effectively support data-intensive science.