Past Event – 2021 Program

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Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Sessions will be held online; all times US Central
10:30—12:00 Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Kyle Chard, Ian Foster, Vas Vasiliadis
slides  | video

We will review notable events in the evolution of the Globus service over the past year, and provide an update on future product direction and sustainability.

From Ingest to Archive
Jordan Winkelman, Field Solutions CTO for Quantum  | slides
12:05—13:00 break and informal discussion
grab your breakfast/lunch/dinner and join us for virtual networking in!
13:00—13:45 Susan Gregurick, Associate Director for Data Science and Director, Office of Data Science Strategy, National Institutes of Health

Dr. Gregurick will discuss multiple data science initiatives being implemented at the world’s largest biomedical research agency. These initiatives range from improving NIH's data infrastructure to developing a workforce savvy in data science and artificial intelligence and more. Dr. Gregurick will highlight how this work is allowing NIH to create a more connected data ecosystem.

13:50—14:35 Kjiersten Fagnan, Chief Informatics Officer, DOE Joint Genome Institute
slides  | video

Kjiersten will describe how the Joint Genome Institute (JGI) is addressing the challenges it faces in storing and managing the rapidly growing volume of -omics data.

14:40—15:00 Julio Alvarado, University of Central Florida  | slides
George Robb, ESnet  | slides  | video

Arecibo Observatory’s main instrument fell victim to economics, entropy, and finally gravity. In an effort to bring the golden copy of data to a replica site, a multi-institutional virtual performance team formed. This performance team, using Globus and data movement best practices with resources at hand, is on the road to completion of the primary mission to preserve the data generated by Arecibo Observatory. This is a talk about the adventures Arecibo Observatory has been through, lessons other large facilities can take to heart, and the efforts and collaboration the virtual performance team has conducted to get the priceless Arecibo Observatory data to safety.

Thursday, May 13, 2021
Sessions will be held online; all times US Central
11:00—12:45 Led by: Greg Nawrocki, Vas Vasiliadis
Introduction slides |  System Administration slides

This is a crash course in Globus for those new to the service. We will cover a broad range of topics at an introductory level, including moving and sharing data, setting up a Globus Connect Server endpoint, and using the Globus command line interface. System administrators and end users will likely find something of interest in this session.

12:45—13:00 break
13:00—14:30 Led by: Greg Nawrocki, Vas Vasiliadis
CLI/Platform slides |  Search/Automation slides

For those who are comfortable drinking from the proverbial firehose, we will review Globus services such as Auth, Transfer, Search, and Flows, and discuss common use cases for integrating Globus into your applications. For developers working on a data portal, science gateway, data commons, or other application, this is a great introduction to using the RESTful APIs provided by the Globus platform.

Friday, May 14, 2021
Session will be held online; all times US Central
11:00—13:00 Led by: Globus Team

The Customer Forum is an opportunity for Globus subscribers to discuss their experiences with the service, to learn about our product development plans, and to provide input on future product directions. Attendance at the customer forum is by invitation only. If you would like to represent your institution/community please contact us for an invitation.

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