Services for the European Open Science Cloud

Five ways of working with EOSC-hub

Gergely Sipos writes about EOSC-hub collaborative framework for EOSC implementation

The EOSC-hub Marketplace (marketplace. eosc-portal.eu) plays a central role in implementing the EOSC vision, where researchers can order the services, tools and computing resources they need for their work. EOSC-hub offers five engagement channels for stakeholders to benefit from EOSC and the EOSC-hub Marketplace:

1. Use EOSC-hub services 

The EOSC-hub service catalogue is available through the EOSC-hub Marketplace and includes services provided by the EGI Federation, EUDAT, the INDIGO-DataCloud project and services provided by research communities and research infrastructures. The EOSC-hub services cover Compute & Storage, Data Management, Processing & Analysis, Security & Operations, Sharing & Discovery, Training & Support. The Engagement Team offers advice on which services to use, and on how to combine multiple services for maximum value. Interested? Go to the EOSC-hub Marketplace.

2. Join as provider

The EOSC-hub Marketplace is open for service providers willing to develop EOSC into a rich environment. By contributing services and resources to the EOSChub Marketplace, providers can reach a wider user base and promote service adoption outside traditional user groups. The Marketplace is also a free online platform to manage service requests, interact with users and provide support for them, including negotiation of service levels (SLA). Interested? Apply via the webform.

3. Training and user support

EOSC-hub runs a training programme on topics ranging from data management issues to integration support and discipline-specific tutorials. Training events and materials are catalogued by EOSC-hub on the project website (eosc-hub. eu/training-material) and the project promotes online and face-to-face courses. Interested? Browse the Training Materials

4. Digital Innovation Hub

EOSC-hub has set up the EOSC Digital Innovation Hub (DIH) as a mechanism for private companies to collaborate with public sector institutions in order to access technical services, research data, and human capital. The DIH is open for new partners to join either as service, resource or technology providers or as new business pilots. There is also a voucher scheme to support testing. Interested? Fill the form.

5. Networking

EOSC-hub is keen to build solid networks to support the national e-Infrastructures (NGIs) that represent the backbone of the EGI Federation, OpenAIRE national nodes (NOADs), EUDAT CDI nodes and GÉANT’s national members (NRENs). EOSC-hub is open for partnership with additional stakeholders to reach and support new types of users and providers. Interested? Contact us via contact@mailman.eosc-hub.eu.


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