January 28, 2019 | Lee Liming

Used by researchers and students from all fields of science, XSEDE coordinates access to the National Science Foundation’s public supercomputing systems, such as Texas Advanced Computing Center’s Stampede2 and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center’s Bridges.

XSEDE uses Globus Auth as its Web Single Sign-On (SSO) service, allowing XSEDE web applications to sign users on and access their XSEDE identities.

Steve Tuecke - Globus Co-inventor
November 9, 2016 - 9:00 CST

Location: Room FCC203​
Dial-in: 1-866-740-1260; Access code: 3297986
Click here for ReadyTalk link

Steve Tuecke
February 25, 2016 - 1:30 CST

Webinar

Abstract: The Globus service continues to evolve its web browser and REST interfaces for managing research data through its lifecycle. In the past year, Globus has added new data publication and discovery functionality, along with improvements to data transfer and sharing. And on February 13 we added identity and access management functionality that greatly simplifies access to Globus using campus logins, and integration of Globus, XSEDE and other research services into web and mobile applications.

April 20, 2016 (All day) to April 21, 2016 (All day)

High-speed networks, science DMZs, and Globus APIs together create a new research data platform on which you can create entirely new classes of scientific application. This workshop, co-located with GlobusWorld 2016, will provides all of the the information that you need to imagine and create modern research data portals that leverage this platform to advance discovery.

Steve Tuecke
February 12, 2016 - 11:00 CST

Webinar

The presentation is available here (PDF; 9.1MB). We will be presenting a more in-depth version of this material in an upcoming workshop at GlobusWorld: join us for "Building the Modern Research Data Portal".