Learn how to use Globus Flows to automate workflows.
Learn how to start a run of a flow using the Globus Flows service. Flows define reusable automations within the Globus ecosystem — and each time they are run, a run is created to track that execution.
The Run a Flow tutorial will walk you through starting a flow and supplying inputs to that flow to point it at your own Globus Collections.
You will become familiar with flows and runs, and how to use flows which others have written, including flows provided by the Globus team.
Once you have learned How to Run a Flow, the next step is to learn how to monitor the progress of a run.
A run of a flow may be a long-running process. Some runs finish in minutes, but others may run for hours or even days.
The Run Monitoring tutorial will walk you through how to use the Globus web application to check on the status of your runs and monitor them until completion.
Having covered the basics of running and monitoring flows, you may be interested in authoring flows of your own.
The Flow Creation tutorial covers the steps involved in defining your own flows.
Creating flows is a topic primarily for admins and developers. This guide will require familiarity with the JSON data format, and some programming experience is recommended.