XSEDE File Manager
The XSEDE File Manager is a java applet available through the XUP. It enables access to desktop files, remote XSEDE systems, cloud storage systems (specifically Eucalyptus and Amazon's S3), and external systems defined by users. It supports third-party transfers, bookmarking, and remote searching. The TGUP File Manager was designed to be a common, intuitive interface for both novice and expert users.
Mobile File Manager
The Mobile File Manager is part of the XUP Mobile web application. Like the XUP File Manager, the Mobile File Manager allows browsing of all XSEDE systems, file downloading, and third-party transfers. In addition, it provides several convenience features for mobile users such as one touch file publishing to the user's public folder, simple creation of shared groups for any file/folder, and one click permission management.
Virtual File Space (VFS)
XSEDE Virtual File Space (VFS) is a virtual file space for XSEDE users. It brokers access to the XSEDE's HPC file systems by abstracting the discovery and communication with specific resources behind an FTP interface. Because XSEDE VFS is implemented as an FTPS service (FTP + SSL), users can mount it as a network drive on any modern operating system and access their virtual home space using the native file browser of their local operating system or popular 3rd party FTP clients such as CyberDuck (Mac/Windows) and WinSCP (Windows).
Globus Online is a hosted file transfer service available for all users at https://www.globusonline.org/. It enables XSEDE users to easily move data between any two sites, whether they are XSEDE sites, other facilities, campus servers, or personal computers/laptops. Globus Online does not require advanced knowledge of GridFTP or any complex custom systems or installs. It automates very large transfers with auto-retry, auto-performance tuning, and monitoring.
Desktop File Manager (All platforms)
Stronger, faster, better. All the power and flexibility of the file manager, but on your desktop. Download the executable jar today.