Once you’ve registered your credentials you should see your existing buckets in the Globus App.
Note: If you don’t see your buckets you might have to delete and register your AWS credentials again. This is a bug that Globus is aware of and the team is actively working on it.
At this point, you can click the two-column icon next to “Panels” at the top of the page to open another Globus endpoint and click “Transfer or Sync to…” transfer data.
If you’re not familiar with transferring data using Globus, take a moment to quickly run through the guide here or here.
Shelve your VM until you need it again
When you’ve finished moving data in or out of your buckets, you should shelve the VM that’s running Globus Connect Server. While it’s running, it will consume your Jetstream allocation. When you shelve it, it will stop consuming your allocation. You won’t be able to access your bucket using Globus while the VM is shelved, but you can always unshelve it if you need to use Globus to move data again.