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posted on 2021-02-26, 00:08 authored by Brian FlahertyBrian Flaherty, Richard Tumalian, Hannah Edwards
Supporting a national scientific Data Transfer platform is a collaborative effort, NeSI, New Zealand eScience Infrastructure, and REANNZ, the Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand, work in partnership to provide the digital tools that support collaboration and knowledge-sharing within New Zealand’s research sector and beyond, with international connectivity via the high-speed network and the worldwide network of Data Transfer Nodes powered by Globus.

In this session Brian Flaherty, Data Services Product Manager, and Richard Tumaliuan, Senior Network Engineer, will each provide an overview of the tools that support and enable end users to make fast, secure, and reliable transfers with Globus and Science DMZ, as well as how these tools fit together to improve performance across the whole data transfer journey.

Brian is Product Manager, Data at NeSI. He has a background in digital libraries digital scholarship, research infrastructure & support and discovery services.

Richard is a Senior Network Engineer at REANNZ, working alongside the wider Network Operations team to support the core services and connectivity solutions.

Megan Guidry is the Regional Coordinator for the Carpentries in New Zealand and also works as the training coordinator for the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI). Her main priority is raising the eResearch capability in New Zealand through training delivery and community building.

Hannah is the Communications and Marketing Manager at REANNZ and develops their external marketing and communications. She supports and coordinates engagement initiatives and activities with members and partners, spreading the word of how REANNZ members utilise the network and services to support the crucial work that they conduct.


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