GlobusWorld is our annual user conference, featuring presentations from Globus users and tutorials with relevant content at multiple technical and experience levels. As always there will be lots of opportunities to learn, meet, and exchange ideas with fellow Globus users from around the world, so reserve your place now!
The Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop series is designed to equip university and laboratory network engineers with the knowledge and training needed to build next-gen campus networks that are optimized for data-intensive science. We collaborate closely with ESnet, Indiana University, Internet 2, and other workshop organizers to educate research computing and netwrok professionals on running and optimizing Globus in the Science DMZ.
Vas will present a tutorial that includes the following topics:
Spectra Logic's hybrid storage ecosystem and the Globus data management service seamlessly deliver cost-effective, tiered storage to support research workflows at universities, national facilities and other research institutions.
Join our webinar to discover how to transfer, share, and publish data; and how to fill the gap between high-performance storage and archive systems.
Now in its 15th year, the Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium is the oldest annual event of its kind, bringing together over 300 attendees from academic institutions, federal agencies, and commercial companies to discuss the state-of-the-art in HPC and supercomputing. We're honored to be invited to present a plenary talk on Globus.
We're presenting a series of Globus tutorials and developer workshops across the US, building on the success of the workshops held at GlobusWorld 2016 - University of Colorado, Boulder is our Mountain tour stop:
Location: Center Green Campus
3080 Center Green Drive
Boulder, CO 80301
We're presenting a series of Globus tutorials and developer workshops across the US, building on the success of the workshops held at GlobusWorld 2016 - Yale University is our first stop on the East Coast:
Location: Yale Center for Research Computing
160 St. Ronan Street
New Haven, CT 06511