- When: February 21, 2019, 08:00
- Where: Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy, Room 462. Visitor parking available in the San Martin Center Garage, across from the West Entrance to Homewood Campus.
Registration: No charge to attend; Limited to 40 attendees
About the Workshop
The Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES) at Johns Hopkins is pleased to host a full-day workshop exploring the use of Globus as part of versatile, high-speed data management. Globus (www.globus.org) is a research data management service that includes the most widely used GridFTP implementation for fast data transfer. Developed by the University of Chicago, Globus is used across the US and abroad. Members of the Globus team will present a day of lectures and hands-on exercises 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 using or integrating Globus for research data management. More details are available here: www.globusworld.org/tour/
· Those new to Globus will learn about features that support data management throughout the research lifecycle.· System administrators will learn about advanced Globus endpoint configurations and have the opportunity to discuss their specific use cases with Globus staff.· Developers will learn how the Globus APIs provide intuitive access to authentication, authorization, sharing, transfer, and synchronization capabilities.· Companion iPython/Jupyter notebooks will provide application skeletons that you can adapt to realize your own research data portals, science gateways, and other web applications that support research data workflows.We hope you will join us!