Decentralized Gaia-X Federations enable freedom of choice for cloud adoption

Owned by no one, open to everyone. That’s how data spaces built on Ocean Protocol are designed by default.

A federation of interoperable autonomous Gaia-X ecosystems

It means the first decentralized Minimal Gaia-X Federation is up and running, today!

  • The transaction layer based on DLT. It features the Federated Catalogue and the Data Contract Service (DCS) based on Smart Contracts, the Data Exchange Logging Service (DELS), an immutable data audit trail, and the foundation of the Identity & Trust components.
  • The middleware layer manages communication between the components, efficient provision of (cached) data and computation via Ocean’s Compute-to-Data.
  • The application layer hosts Gaia-X Portals and tools to interact with data, identity, and trust services.

Why is Web3 technology essential to build a truly federated system?

Innovation through digital sovereignty

Going a step further: Decentralization on CSP-Level

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