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How to build a trustworthy digital ecosystem through Gaia-X Federation Services
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How to build a trustworthy digital ecosystem through Gaia-X Federation Services

Data-driven innovation through digital sovereignty is the goal of Gaia-X. But how can this be achieved? By establishing an ecosystem in which data is made available, collated and shared in a trustworthy environment where users always retain sovereignty over their data.

  • June 9, 2022 at 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
  • Online (14:00 EEST / 13:00 CEST)

This means the ability not only to use available data from different sources but also the ability to decide what happens to the data.

Gaia-X is focusing on three outcomes:

  • Specify: Architecture specifications – to describe architecture and functionalities of Gaia-X and provide conformity requirements and criteria.
  • Develop: Open-source software code – to ensure an open implementation of federation services and further enable an open-source community.
  • Qualify: Instruments of qualification including methods and tools for conformance testing and certification of services.

The focus of our virtual event will be on the second core element of Gaia-X, the development of the open implementation of the Federation Services.

The Gaia-X Federation Services (GXFS) represent the minimum technical requirements necessary to set up and operate a cloud-based self-sovereign data infrastructure ecosystem. The project is currently planning to release first open source code in the summer of 2022.

Sitra, as the coordinator of the Finnish Gaia-X Hub has the pleasure to invite you to the online event, where you will have an opportunity to meet Andreas Weiss, Head of Digital Business Models and Gaia-X project lead at eco, Association of the Internet Industry.

In the event, you will hear what the federation concept is and how federation services can be used to build a trustworthy digital ecosystem based on European values and standards.

The event will be recorded and published on this page after the event.

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