News and Events

The selected, realistic use cases analysed by INDIGO-DataCloud are detailed in a new document publicly available for download.

Davide Salomoni, INFN and INDIGO coordinator, will present the status of the roadmap towards INDIGO-DataCloud Release at the Helix Nebula Open Day Event.

ICT 2015 - Innovate, Connect, Transform, 20-22 October 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal, organised by the European Commission, together with the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia is the biggest EU event on ICT R&I. INDIGO - DataCloud will be ...

On October 1st Isabel Campos, INDIGO-Datacloud Deputy Project Coordinator, presented INDIGO - DataCloud at the International Symposium on "The Challenge of Big Data in Science" at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

With its booth at the European Village, INDIGO contributed to the discussion around open infrastructures for open science at ICT2015, 20-22 October in Lisbon.

INDIGO-DataCloud is proud to share the first edition of its Service Catalogue, an unmatched open modular suite of software components for Data and Cloud computing.

Four experts will support the INDIGO-DataCloud evolution with their strategic advise 

The document "INDIGO-Datacloud: foundations and architectural description of a Platform as a Service oriented to scientific computing

The  ESFRI  Roadmap  2016  identifies  a  limited  number  of  research   infrastructures which offer particularly high added value for the European Research Area.

INDIGO-DataCloud delivers open source software services to help developers, resource providers, e-infrastructures and scientific communities to overcome current challenges in the Cloud computing, storage and network areas. The first internal demo release of the INDIGO-DataCloud platform was presented on 4th and 5th April in Amsterda, the Netherlands.

The oidcc library, the OpenId Connect client library in Erlang, created for the Token Translation Service by the the INDIGO DataCloud project is now officially listed as a OpenID Connect relaying party library.

on 21st July Helix Nebula - The Science Cloud (HNSciCloud) launched a €5.3 million tender for the establishment of a European hybrid cloud platform. The purpose of the platform is to support the deployment of high-performance computing and big-data capabilities for scientific research.