GlobusWorld 2016 will feature multiple tracks with relevant content for users at all technical and experience levels. We're also moving to a beautiful new venue in downtown Chicago. 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!
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.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Indiana University are co-sponsoring a workshop on "Improving Data Mobility & Management for International Bioinformatics", as part of the CrossConnects series run by ESnet. We are pleased to present on the topic of "Managing Big Biomedical Data Using Globus".
Globus is a sponsor of Bio-IT World; you can find our exhibit at Booth 351. We'll also be presenting updates on our work with Globus Genomics as well as Globus for managing large datasets in life sciences.
Globus is software-as-a-service for research data management, developed at, and operated by, the University of Chicago. Globus provides high speed, secure file transfer; file sharing directly from existing stage systems; and data publication to institutional repositories, and is rapidly becoming the de facto file transfer tool on DTNs deployed in the Science DMZ. Vas will provide an overview and brief demonstration of Globus functionality, and will discuss common deployment requirements and best practices.