The Estonian Scientific Computing Infrastructure (ETAIS) is a nationwide unified infrastructure of science computation, which consists of scientific computation centers, the computation clusters therein, supercomputers and data repositories, central services connecting the centers and resources, people specialized in programming and the training of end users.
The ETAIS project is being carried out by a consortium of four institutions: University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics and The Education and Youth Board (Harno). The task of ETAIS is to offer a comprehensive solution for scientific data processing issues, incl. to ensure storage capacity and analysis capability, support field-specific applications, data management during their whole life cycle and exchange of expertise. ETAIS infrastructure is in compliance with international cloud and high performance computing infrastructures and follows the best practices of the field.