During the Breakout Session 2 on 26 November 2019, OCRE's Joao Ferndandes (CERN) will share OCRE's learnings in two sessions dedicated to:
The Breakout Session will introduce to the audience the key issue is what financing models are needed for EOSC-Core including what core services should be offered in the EOSC-Core. In addition to the session, an interesting topic will be about collecting good practice examples from existing infrastructures to help determine costs of EOSC and how to fund EOSC.
The Open Clouds for Research Environments (OCRE) project aims to give the European research community access to commercial digital services (IaaS, SaaS and PaaS cloud services), as well as Earth Observation (EO) services. OCRE will make selected commercial digital services an integral part of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), ensuring compliance with EOSC requirements and visibility in the EOSC-hub Service Catalogue.
The event will see two immersive days for all stakeholders to contribute to the debate on the realization of the EOSC.
The European Commission's vision is to create a large infrastructure to support and develop open science and open innovation in Europe and beyond. EOSC is one of the most exciting challenges and important goals for Europe.
It builds on the legacy of the former Digital Infrastructure for Research (DI4R) event series, and the EOSC Stakeholder Forum events organised by the EOSCPilot project.
The EOSC Symposium is co-organised by the EOSCsecretariat project and the main ICT e-Infrastructures initiatives, namely, EOSC-hub, GEANT, OpenAIRE and PRACE in collaboration with the EOSC Governance Board, Executive Board and its Working Groups (Architecture, FAIR, Landscape, Rules of Participation, Sustainability).