New Zealand Data Transfer Platform

Globus is a third-party service for transferring large amounts of data between Globus Data Transfer Nodes (DTNs). New Zealand DTNs facilitate the transfer of data to and from institutional storage. This service allows data to be accessible to any person who has a Globus account.


Endpoint Name     Description Recommended Use Apply for Use Contact 
NeSI Wellington DTN Old NeSI Globus Endpoint, being decommissioned 2021-12-08

Transferring  files to/from maui/mahuika, and file-sharing.

see conditions
NeSI Wellington DTN V5  NeSI Globus Endpoint Version 5, located at NIWA Wellington (Greta Point)

Transferring  files to/from maui/mahuika, and file-sharing.

see conditions
nesi#otago-dtn02 Endpoint 02 for the High Capacity Research Storage Cluster, Dunedin Campus, University of Otago Primary endpoint for Otago Dunedin;  uses local service accounts or globus sharing. Complete this form
University of Auckland
Research Data DTN
Endpoint provides access to UoA research data.  Transferring files between UoA research drives and maui/mahuika

Apply by email
AgResearch DTN01 A Globus endpoint attached to AgResearch’s institutional Linux storage platform Sharing large datasets with external collaborators and moving large datasets between NeSI’s facility and AgResearch’s internal storage platform Apply by email
PFR Globus Connect Server Endpoint provides access to Plant & Food Research data  Only for internal users initially
MWLR PN-DTN-username Customised endpoints for users to transfer data between MWLR and NeSI, or to share data with third-party collaborators  Only for internal users Contact the MWLR person you are wanting to share data with. IToperations@landcareresearch.


How to establish a New Zealand node

NeSI staff can provide details on how to join the national data transfer platform. 

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