The EGI Conference 2016 will be held between 6-8 April 2016. We welcome research communities, technology and European and international digital service providers, to join us at the Amsterdam Science Park for the EGI annual conference.
EGI, together with other leading European initiatives EUDAT, GÉANT, LIBER and OpenAIRE, is organising the second European Open Science Cloud for Research (EOSC) workshop, which will take place in Rome on 5 February 2016.
The EGI Foundation and Compute Canada have signed an agreement to create global environments for shared e-infrastructure and to enhance collaborations within the international research communities.
The EGI Community Forum is organised by EGI.eu in collaboration with the partners of the Italian National Grid Initiative (INFN, INAF and INGV) and hosted by INFN-Bari.
EGI, together with other leading European initiatives EUDAT, LIBER, OpenAIRE and GÉANT, have shared their joint vision for the European Open Science Cloud for Research with eight elements of success for a concrete contribution to the Digital Single Market.
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In this issue...
Sy Holsinger writes about the final outputs of the FedSM project and a new standard in IT Service Management
Tiziana Ferrari writes about the Open Science Cloud, a new idea high up in the European agenda
Peter Solagna gives an update on the progress of the AARC-EGI collaboration
The deadline for early-bird registration has been extended until 18 October.
EGI has established a cloud based e-infrastructure for training, under the coordination of the SA2.1 task of the EGI-Engage project.
EGI is organising a workshop dedicated to the Data Commons. The session is integrated in the programme of the 6th Plenary of the Research Data Alliance held in Paris.
The French national e-Infrastructure for science – France Grilles – is organising two training events for its users and its staff