The survey is designed for e-infrastructure service providers and their customers and users to help to solicit requirements and needs for the development of a common e-infrastructure service catalogue.

This is a copy of the title of the survey on e-infrastructure

The eInfraCentral project aims to ensure that by 2020 a broader and more varied set of users discovers and accesses the existing and developing e-infrastructure capacity. The project is also expected to provide an enhanced understanding of where improvements can be made in delivering e-infrastructure services.

The aim is to structure an open and guided discussion between e-infrastructures to consensually define a common catalogue for their services. The common service catalogue refers to structured information about all e-infrastructure services from independent service providers captured from the customer/user viewpoint that help to understand aspects such as functionalities, value, terms and conditions, ordering process, payment models, contact points.

Based on the results of the consultation process eInfraCentral will design, develop and deploy a collaborative web platform to act as the main entry point to European e-Infrastructure services.

The survey on the e-infrastructure service catalogue is open until the 30th of June 2017.