"science gateway"


  • SGX3

    As an NSF-funded Center of Excellence, SGX3 supports researchers and teams running or operating a science gateway. SGX3 can support Globus users by sharing technical insight on science gateway platforms where data and research products can be stored or accessed. SGX3 offers a full range of services and expertise, including: building and running gateways, community resources and networking, and education and training.


  • Turn Your Data Portal Into a Science Gateway With Globus Compute

    June 20, 2024

    The modern research data portal (MRDP) design pattern is used extensively in research environments to ensure security of an application while facilitating fast data transfer across the wide area network. We have adopted this design pattern to implement a science gateway that enables data search, remote computation, and publication of resulting data products for downstream discovery. We will demonstrate this reference implementation and describe how it may be used by science gateway developers to jumpstart their own efforts.

  • Gateways 2024

    October 08, 2024 - October 10, 2024

    Globus is a proud sponsor of Gateways 2024

User Stories

  • SIMULOCEAN Science Gateway

    Texas A&M, Louisiana State University, San Diego Supercomputing Center

    A research scientist at Texas A&M has been working to deploy a containerized coastal model on XSEDE resources, work that started at LSU. The goal is to develop and deploy enhancements into the SIMULOCEAN science gateway, integrating new Docker features of Bridges and Globus capabilities for authentication, file transfer and sharing. The PI also collaborated with SDSC.