University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics and Information Technology Foundation for Education have started from Jan 2017 a second iteration of the ETAIS project that aims to integrate the infrastructures created during the previous ETAIS project and extend the storage and archival capabilities. A brand new component of ETAIS project will be a self-service portal that allows users to access the resources regardless of their location or operating system used.
As a technology for the self-service portal, Waldur platform was chosen.
Cloud brokerage platform Waldur from OpenNode is used for binding together service providers from both academical and private sectors and offering a self-service portal to the target users - research team leaders, scientists as well as students.
Additional informational about the project is available from http://etais.ee/.