Program

(draft program is below; the final program will be announced in March.)

Wednesday, April 25
7:30—17:00 registration desk open
Walnut Gallery
7:30—8:30 breakfast
Savoy
8:30—10:00 Steve Tuecke, Globus Co-founder

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

10:00—10:30 beverage break
Walnut Gallery
10:30—12:00

Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Karl G. Helmer, Research Staff, Department of Radiology, Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

Abstract coming soon.


Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Ruth Marinshaw, CTO - Research Computing, Stanford University

Abstract coming soon.


Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Mohammed Naseemuddin - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

Abstract coming soon.


Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Jason Zurawski - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory / Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Abstract coming soon.

Additional speakers to be confirmed

12:00—13:00

Please join a table for informal conversation on a topic of interest. Globus staff will be spread across tables to participate in discussions.


13:30—14:15
Guest Keynote
Walnut Ballroom
Alex Szalay, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

14:15—15:00

Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Scott Yockel, Director of Research Computing, Harvard University

Abstract coming soon.


Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Siniša Veseli, Data Management, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory

Abstract coming soon.

Additional speakers to be confirmed

15:00—15:30 beverage break
Walnut Gallery
15:30—17:00

Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Paul DiBello, ITS, Director of Research Technology Services, Yale University

Abstract coming soon.


Lightning Talk: title to be confirmed
Jeremy Hallum, Research Computing Manager, ARC-TS, University of Michigan

Abstract coming soon.

Additional speakers to be confirmed

17:00—19:00
Reception
Palladium (Ground Floor)
 
Thursday, April 26 - TUTORIALS
07:30—17:00 registration desk open
Walnut Gallery
7:30—8:30 breakfast
Savoy
8:30—9:20
Globus 101
Walnut Ballroom
Led by: Globus Team

We will demonstrate Globus capabilities from the perspective of a researcher, sytems administrator, and application developer. This is a high-level introduction to all aspects of the Globus service, including the web application, command line interface, and platorm-as-a-service.

9:30—10:20 Led by: Globus Team

We will provide a detailed walkthrough of installing and configuring a Globus endpoint. We will also review deployment configurations such as multi-server data transfer nodes, using the management console with pause/resume rules, and integrating campus identity systems for streamlined user authentication.

10:30—11:20 Led by: Globus Team

We will demonstrate how you can incorporate Globus capabilities into your own data portals, science gateways, and other web applications that support data intensive research.

11:30—12:15 Led by: Globus Team

We will present various use cases that illustrate the power of Globus data sharing capabilities, and provide hands-on experience with the Globus file sharing APIs.

12:15—13:00 lunch
Savoy
13:00—13:50 Led by: Globus Team

We will review common use cases and demonstrate how the Globus command line interface (CLI) and API may be used to automate repetitive data management tasks.

14:00—14:50 Led by: Globus Team

Learn how Globus may be used in conjunction with the Jupyter platform to open up new avenues in data interactive intensive science.

15:00—15:50 Led by: Globus Team

Explore the various capabilities provided by Globus for assembling, describing, publishing, searching and discovering data sets, and learn how to integrate Globus services into your institutional repository and data publication workflows.

16:00—16:50 Led by: Globus Team

Learn how to use Globus Auth to provide authentication and fine-grained authorization for accessing your own services.

17:00 conference adjourns
 
Friday, April 27 - Customer Forum (by invitation only)
08:30—9:00 check-in and breakfast
Globus Office
9:00—12:00 Led by: Steve Tuecke

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.

Speakers Include:

  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Stanford University
  • KAUST
  • University of Michigan
  • Harvard University
  • ESnet / NERSC
  • Yale University
  • Argonne National Lab
  • University of Chicago
  • ...and more! Final agenda will be announced in March.

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Why Attend?

  • See how to easily provide Globus services on existing storage systems
  • Hear how others are using Globus
  • Learn from the experts about the best ways to apply Globus technologies
  • Connect with other researchers, admins and developers

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