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Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Enhanced Campus Bridging via a Campus Data Service Using Globus and the Science DMZ

SESSION: Enhanced Campus Bridging via a Campus Data Service Using Globus and the Science DMZ

EVENT TYPE: Tutorials

TIME: 1:30PM - 5:00PM

ROOM:394

ABSTRACT:

Existing campus data services are limited in their reach and utility due, in part, to unreliable tools and a wide variety of storage systems with sub-optimal user interfaces. An increasingly common solution to campus bridging comprises Globus operating within the Science DMZ, enabling reliable, secure file transfer and sharing, while optimizing use of existing high-speed network connections and campus identity infrastructures. Attendees will be introduced to Globus and have the opportunity for hands-on interaction installing and configuring the basic components of a campus data service. We will also describe how newly developed Globus services for public cloud storage integration and metadata management may be used as the basis for a campus publication system that meets an increasingly common need at many campus libraries.

The tutorial will help participants answer these questions: What services can I offer to researchers for managing large datasets more efficiently? How can I integrate these services into existing campus computing infrastructure? What role can the public cloud play (and how does a service like Globus facilitate its integration)? How should such services be delivered to minimize the impact on my infrastructure? What issues should I expect to face (e.g. security) and how should I address them?

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