Greg Nawrocki, Globus Director of Customer Engagement
February 22, 2018 - 12:30 to 2:00 CST

Globus enables reliable, high-performance, secure file sharing. Attend this workshop at Michigan State University to learn more about how to use this service to get data to and from the HPCC, share it with collaborators (even at other institutions), and automate research data management tasks within the construct of your workflows.

Steve Tuecke, Globus Co-Founder
February 8, 2018 - 4:30 CST

Globus’ mission is to accelerate and improve the practice of science. We develop, operate, and sell commercial-quality, cloud-based software application and platform services used by 10s of thousands of researchers globally to manage their large-and-growing data management challenges. Globus has become the preferred way to transfer, share, publish, and discover research data for hundreds of organizations worldwide, handling several petabytes of data per week.

January 30, 2018 | Ian Foster

New Year's Reflections from Globus Co-Founder Ian Foster


Happy New Year!

As 2017 fades into memory, I thought it might be interesting to reflect a bit on where we’ve been and where we plan to be this year. Here are some things I’ve observed recently and a few that I plan to keep an eye on.

January 29, 2018 |

Globus, Science DMZ provide new architecture to meet demand for accessing shared data

A team of networking experts from the Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), with the Globus team from the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, has designed a new approach that makes data sharing faster, more reliable and more secure. In an article published Jan. 15 in Peer J Comp Sci, the team describes their “The Modern Research Data Portal: a design pattern for networked, data-intensive science.”

Vas Vasiliadis, Globus Chief Customer Officer
January 25, 2018 - 12:00 CST

For research data to be truly useful, it must be easy to access, share and manage without requiring expensive custom infrastructure. What organizations need is turnkey storage that won't break the bank, with a unified interface for fast, reliable data transfer and sharing.

Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Globus Head of Products
May 15, 2018 - 9:00 EDT to May 17, 2018 - 5:00 EDT
January 12, 2018 | HPCwire

For more than 50 years, HPC has supported tremendous advances in all areas of science. But densely-populated communities can more easily support subscription-based commodity networks and energy infrastructure that make it more affordable for urban universities to engage globally. Research centers based in sparsely-populated regions are extremely disadvantaged. HPCwire describes how researchers in far-flung places are dealing with these challenges, and how Globus facilitates fast, reliable file transfer, irrespective of distance and network conditions.

January 11, 2018 | Steve Tuecke

This is the 4th article in our Storage Innovation blog series. We’ve been discussing on-premise storage in the past two posts, and in the last post I talked about the pros and cons of “rolling your own” storage. In this post, we’ll have a discussion with Linda Zhou, Director of HPC and Life Sciences Solutions at HGST, about turnkey private cloud storage systems and the benefits of approaching storage this way.

A Conversation with HGST HPC Director Linda Zhou

[Steve Tuecke] To begin with, Linda, give us a quick summary of what we need to know about HGST.

Rick Wagner, Professional Services Manager
May 6, 2018 - 8:00 PDT to May 9, 2018 - 5:00 PDT

At the 2018 Internet2 Global Summit, Globus Professional Services Manager Rick Wagner will be presenting in a session on "Science Gateways and their Impact on Research and Scholarship Nationally and Internationally" on Monday, May 7 at 10:30AM-11:45AM. Speakers in the session include:

December 11, 2017 | Energy Sciences Network

ESnet’s Petascale DTN Project Speeds up Data Transfers between Leading HPC Centers

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science operates three of the world’s leading supercomputing centers, where massive data sets are routinely imported, analyzed, used to create simulations and exported to other sites. Fortunately, DOE also runs a networking facility, ESnet (short for Energy Sciences Network), the world’s fastest network for science, which is managed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.