August 9, 2012 | Raj Kettimuthu

For July’s User of the Month, the winner is Jeff Porter from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory!

Jeff Porter currently works to support computing needs of experimental High Energy Nuclear Physics (HENP) groups at NERSC and is leading a project to build an ALICE production Grid facility in the US, co-located at NERSC/PDSF and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

July 10, 2012 | Raj Kettimuthu

It is my pleasure to announce that Brian O'Shea from Michigan State University has been selected as the user of the month for June 2012. In the month of June, Brian moved more than 250TBs of data in less than 15 days - an average data rate of 1.6 Gbps with peaks as high as 2.5 Gbps!

June 6, 2012 | Raj Kettimuthu

For May’s User of the Month, I’m pleased to announce that we have selected William Daughton from Los Alamos National Laboratory!

May 9, 2012 | Raj Kettimuthu

For April's User of the Month, I am happy to announce that the winner is Dan Kozak from Caltech.

March 13, 2012 | Borja Sotomayor

I am really happy to announce the release of an online guide to Globus Online that Lisa Childers and I have been working on for the last couple of months: The Resource Provider's Guide to Globus Online.

March 6, 2012 | Raj Kettimuthu

For March’s User of the Month, I’m pleased to announce that we have selected Colin Morningstar from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)!

February 3, 2012 | Paul Dave

For February's User of the Month, I'm pleased to announce the winner is Matthew Becker from University of Chicago!

January 19, 2012 | Paul Dave

For 2012’s first User of the Month, I’m happy to announce that we have selected Greg Salvesen from the University of Colorado.

January 10, 2012 | Stuart Martin

I can't tell you how good it feels to have GT 5.2.0 officially announced!! Well, actually, I can and I'm going to :-)

December 14, 2011 | Ian Foster

If This Then That ( is an intriguing new service for managing and integrating social media. It lets you specify simple rules of the form:

if <this event> then do <that action>

...where <this event> may be something like arrival of an email, a local weather forecast of rain, or a new blog post on Tumblr, and <that action> can be something like send an SMS message or an email, or post to EverNote or Facebook.