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SGCI and Globus: Partners for Acceleration of Science

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This presentation was given at the 2019 GlobusWorld Conference in Chicago, IL by Sandra Gesing from Notre Dame.

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SGCI and Globus: Partners for Acceleration of Science

  1. 1. Award Number ACI-1547611sciencegateways.org Sandra Gesing Center for Research Computing, University of Notre Dame sandra.gesing@nd.edu Globus World 2019, Chicago, USA May 1, 2019 SGCI and Globus: Partners for Acceleration of Science
  2. 2. 2 Technology-Enhanced Research 2 • Increased complexity of • today’s research questions • hardware and software • skills required • Greater need for openness and reproducibility • Science increasingly driving policy questions • Opportunity to integrate research with teaching • Better workforce preparation We need end-to-end solutions that provide broad access to advanced resources and allow all to tackle today’s challenging science questions è Science Gateways
  3. 3. Data and compute- intensive problems High-speed networks Users generally not IT specialistsTools and workflow engines Web-based agile frameworks Distributed data and computing infrastructures
  4. 4. Data and compute- intensive problems High-speed networks Users generally not IT specialistsTools and workflow engines Web-based agile frameworks Distributed data and computing infrastructures Need for science gateways!
  5. 5. Data and compute- intensive problems High-speed networks Users generally not IT specialistsTools and workflow engines Web-based agile frameworks Distributed data and computing infrastructures
  6. 6. SGCI – Serving the Community for Creating and Sustaining Science Gateways
  7. 7. Technologies • Widely used complete frameworks (Globus Data Portal, Galaxy, HUBzero, Open Science Framework, etc.) • RESTful APIs and support of multiple programming languages in widely used frameworks (Apache Airavata, the Agave platform, etc.) • Reused interface implementations such as the one of CIPRES with its RESTful API (CIPRES has served more than 25,000 users to date) • Science gateways as a service with provision of hardware in the background such as SciGap (Science Gateway Platform as a Service) Lessons learned: approaches should be technology agnostic, using APIs and standard web technologies OR deliver a complete solution Community Engagement is key
  8. 8. Technologies • Widely used complete frameworks (Globus Data Portal, Galaxy, HUBzero, Open Science Framework, etc.) • RESTful APIs and support of multiple programming languages in widely used frameworks (Apache Airavata, the Agave platform, etc.) • Reused interface implementations such as the one of CIPRES with its RESTful API (CIPRES has served more than 25,000 users to date) • Science gateways as a service with provision of hardware in the background such as SciGap (Science Gateway Platform as a Service) Lessons learned: approaches should be technology agnostic, using APIs and standard web technologies OR deliver a complete solution Community Engagement is key
  9. 9. Gateways Catalog https://catalog.sciencegateways.org/
  10. 10. Gateways Catalog https://catalog.sciencegateways.org/
  11. 11. QUBES Use of Globus Auth in HUBzero
  12. 12. QUBES Use of Globus Auth in HUBzero
  13. 13. PlantingScience Use of Globus Auth in HUBzero
  14. 14. CitSciBio Use of Globus Auth in HUBzero
  15. 15. Gateways Catalog https://catalog.sciencegateways.org/
  16. 16. COSMIC2 https://cosmic-cryoem.org/what-is-cosmic/
  17. 17. Globus Integration • CIPRES Workbench framework • Integration of two Globus technologies: Globus Auth and Globus Transfer cloud services
  18. 18. Thanks! Sandra Gesing sandra.gesing@nd.edu

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