EOSC Portal serves as a universal entry point to the EOSC services, offering distributed and cloud computing resources enabling researchers and other users to process and analyse data in a distributed computing environment, access and order public and commercial e-infrastructure services supplied at national, regional and institutional levels.
It helps to develop synergies and complementarity in data handling between research infrastructures, optimise technological implementation thus contributing to the development of a consistent European research infrastructures ecosystem and ensure integration and interoperability of data and tools within the EOSC.
From the supplier side, it offers local, national and international providers the opportunity to advertise their own services and resources, which is compliant with the needs of European research community.
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EU countries and countries associated with Horizon 2020, represented in the EOSC Governance Board, agreed unanimously to run the EOSC as a co-programmed European Partnership under Horizon Europe from 2021.
The proposal for a candidate EOSC partnership was published following a process of co-creating its vision including strategic and operational objectives to be achieved by 2027.
In July 2020, an EOSC Association was set up to provide a single voice for advocacy and represent the broader EOSC stakeholder community. This association aims to become operational by early 2021 and rapidly expand its membership.
The new governance model agreed with EU countries for the next EOSC implementation phase after 2020 will be tripartite including:
- The EU represented by the Commission
- The European research community represented by the EOSC Association
- EU countries and countries associated with Horizon Europe represented through a Steering Board to be set up in 2021 outside of the EOSC Association