SRCC Hosting Globus Workshop
Globus provides cloud-based services for reliably moving, sharing, publishing and discovering data – with Globus, users get unified access to all their data via a single interface. Whether your files live on a supercomputer, lab cluster, tape archive, public cloud, or your own laptop, you can manage this data from anywhere, using your existing identities, via just a web browser.
Globus (www.globus.org) is a research data management service developed by the University of Chicago and is used by hundreds of thousands of researchers at institutions in the US and abroad. The Globus team is presenting a series of workshops across the US, targeted at system administrators who have deployed (or are planning to deploy) Globus at their institution, developers building applications for research, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the de-facto service for research data management. More details are available here: https://www.globusworld.org/tour/
We invite you to attend the workshop being held at Stanford University on February 8-9, 2018. The workshop is free to attend but you must register as space is limited.
See the agenda at https://www.globusworld.org/tour/program?c=10
Sign up at https://www.globusworld.org/tour/register
There is no charge for registration, but each session is limited to 50 attendees.
We hope you will join us!