Cloud for science and public authorities
Final report - Study
The European policy strategy for the implementation of the ERA and the pursuit of excellence in science by Horizon 2020 reflect the increasing relevance of scientific and research activities for growth and innovation. The development of e-infrastructures across Europe is becoming an enabling condition for the "fifth freedom" of knowledge and data mobility in the EU, responding to emerging demand for open, flexible and scalable computing capacity that national resources cannot satisfy. As the demand for e-Science grows beyond the traditional boundaries of national research networks... and big science projects, there is a clear potential for cloud computing infrastructures and services to fill the gap between traditional offerings and emerging demand, as documented by this report.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for the Information Society and Media (European Commission) - Now known as... - Now known as... Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (European Commission)
- Personal author(s): Cattaneo, Gabriella; Bardellini, Marcello; Claps, Massimiliano; Parker, Stephanie; Ferguson, Nicholas; Muscella, Silvana; Conway, Steve
- Other authors: Trust It,IDC Themes: Scientific and technical research , Information technology and telecommunications
- Subject: computer network , digital technology , electronic government , information technology , Internet , scientific research