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Service hosting

Dedicated and secure servers to deploy and scale-up domain-specific web hosting solutions on the EGI Federated Cloud

Scale-up domain-specific web hosting solutions on the EGI Federated Cloud

Scalable and secure hosting solutions to meet the needs of scientific and research communities, H2020 projects and SMEs on the EGI Infrastructure

Key benefits

Servers Uptime

Servers, and services uptime are guaranteed to be up at least 90-95% of the time to users. Service targets are defined in Operations Service Agreements (OLAs)

Reliable

 A reliable and technical support offered via the EGI helpdesk. Technical support available (at least) during working hours (from 09:00 to 17:00 in the time zone of the relevant Resource Centres). The customer’s quality of support can be personalized with dedicated Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Connectivity

Network bandwidth with the servers is guaranteed to be up at least 10Gbps

Domain Name

Provide united, federation-wide Dynamic DNS support for servers in EGI Federated Clouds

Privacy and Security

Access secured via SSL certificates, federated authentication and authorization mechanisms and standard protocols including SAML and OIDC. Personal data processed in accordance with the Code of Conduct for Service Provider. ISO27K certifications for handling sensitive information may be provided

Multi-support

Access to services is guaranteed via web interfaces, CLI, OpenStack native APIs, Terraform and libclouds libs

Case Study

EMSO-ERIC

The European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water-column Observatory (EMSO) is a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) that includes open-ocean, seafloor observatories down to 4.850 metres depth, and shallow-water test sites from the Northeast Atlantic, across the Mediterranean to the Black Sea. EMSO ERIC is trying to solve the challenge to provide access to curated data and offer high-quality services to a large and diverse group of users, from scientists and industries to institutions and policymakers, through the EMSO ERIC Data Platform. To support this challenge, EGI contributed to operating different EMSO ERIC services including the data portal which received thousands of visits from different countries.

Joaquin del Rio Fernandez (UPC), Head of Obsea Observatory says:“Thanks to the collaboration with EGI we expect to improve our data collection and outreach services to the general public and scientific community who access Obsea data. For our Obsea infrastructure, such collaboration is really very important to keep marine data generation alive!”.

Resources

Keep your projects moving forward
Documentation on Cloud Compute
Webinar

Introduction of the EGI Cloud Compute service

Webinar

Using EGI Cloud infrastructure with fedcloudclient

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