October 19, 2020 | Susan Tussy

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October 5, 2020 | Susan Tussy

Part I in a Five-Part Series

Data volumes are exploding, and the need to efficiently store and share data quickly, reliably and securely—along with making the data discoverable—is increasingly important. Deliberate planning and execution are necessary to properly collect, curate, manage, protect and disseminate the data that are the lifeblood of the modern research enterprise.

August 3, 2020 | Susan Tussy

Computational scientific research involves massive datasets created by today’s cutting-edge instruments and experiments — telescopes, particle accelerators, sensor networks and molecular simulations. Scientific software used to process these massive data sets and extract discoveries from experimental data is typically made up of tens to thousands of smaller functions, blocks of code that handle individual jobs in the long pipeline of data analysis.

July 26, 2020 | Vas Vasiliadis

The highly anticipated v5.4 of Globus Connect Server is now available. This release continues our march towards a unified Globus Connect Server v5 platform that incorporates all relevant features from prior versions.

March 20, 2020 | Greg Nawrocki

By now many of us are working from home, out of labs and offices, and off campus. For several this necessity was a bit of a surprise, finding out over the weekend that you were now in remote work mode.

January 15, 2020 | Ian Foster

Reflections from Globus Co-Founder Ian Foster


2020 marks the 10-year anniversary of the Globus service as we know it today. It also promises to be a monumental year for the product and team, for many reasons, not least because we’ll likely reach one exabyte (10^18 bytes) transferred as Globus usage continues to grow. I want to take a moment to reflect on how far we’ve come, and where we plan to go in 2020 and beyond.

Missing Steve

January 10, 2020 | Mary Bass
(Originally published on University of Pittsburgh blog)

Research Reality: Research projects can include multiple collaborators, generate large amounts of data, include hundreds or thousands of participants/samples, and require significant computing resources for data storage, transfer, and analysis. The data needs to be shared, combined, and manipulated by researchers who may sit on the other side of a wall, across campus, or across the ocean from each other.

December 4, 2019 | Mary Bass

Two essential elements of the cyberinfrastructure required to advance modern science are networking and high performance computing resources. That’s what SCinet set out to demonstrate at SC19 in Denver, with their first-ever SCinet Technology Challenge

And we’re proud that Globus played a role in the winning project!

November 25, 2019 | Mary Bass

Are you a Globus subscriber? We now have a great resource for you: a Welcome Kit designed to get you up and running with Globus quickly and easily. The kit includes: