We are changing our policy governing retention of file transfer activity data. Starting December 4, 2017, we will remove summary data for file transfer tasks older than 3 months. While metrics indicate that users rarely access this information, we will continue to allow downloading of summary usage data (up to three months old) via the transfer API. Detailed information about file transfer tasks, such as individual events, will be stored for 30 days, after which only summary data for tasks are stored.
CILogon and CTSC are co-organizing a workshop on Identity and Access Management for Research Organizations co-located with the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting. The workshop will provide an overview of identity and access management (IAM) issues including single sign-on (SSO) facing research collaborations and demonstrate IAM solutions available to both large and small collaborations using interactive tutorials.
Integration of Western Digital’s ActiveScale Object Storage System and Globus’ Data Management Service Offers Reliable Preservation, Movement, Collaboration and Analysis of Research Data for Greater Scientific Discoveries
DENVER, Colo. SUPERCOMPUTING 17 (SC17), November 13, 2017 -- Globus, the leading research data management service, today announced general availability of Globus for ActiveScale. This new premium connector for the Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ: WDC) ActiveScale™ object storage system enables researchers to easily integrate ActiveScale into their storage ecosystem using Globus, the cloud-based research data management tool they already know and use.
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 network professionals on running and optimizing Globus in the Science DMZ.
Vas will present a tutorial that includes the following topics:
Two University of Chicago research groups will help build the pilot phase of an ambitious new National Institutes of Health initiative to make U.S. biomedical research data and tools accessible to more scientists.
This is the third in our Storage Innovations blog series. In our last post, we talked about the benefits of turnkey on-premise storage solutions. In today’s post I’ll be addressing the benefits and risks of the alternative: a roll-your-own approach.
With a $4.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute the University of Chicago’s Globus—a data service initiative run by the Computation Institute—and leading cancer researchers at the University of Chicago Medicine will build new protected cancer research networks that enable collaborations while keeping sensitive health data secure and private.
April 25, 2018 (All day) to April 26, 2018 (All day)
Save the date for the biggest gathering of all things Globus: the annual GlobusWorld Conference, April 25–26, 2018.
GlobusWorld brings together researchers, systems administrators, developers and IT leaders from top computing centers, labs and universities around the U.S. 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.