Using innovative technologies of virtual machines and cloud computing, MOU’s data centre has the capacity to host a wide range of applications in a state-of-the-art, secure and functional environment.
The use of virtual servers’ technology ensures high availability, high infrastructure efficiency and consolidation, limited operational costs and fast response to the requests for hosting services.
The MOU supports the NSRF Monitoring Information System by developing applications that secure an uninterrupted, reliable and standardized flow of data into the system.
Furthermore it has developed various information systems assisting the delivery of funds, such as the State Aid Information System. This system has sustained until now 28 State Aid operations (two components: incentives’ law and SMEs), supporting around 148.000 active users.
The MOU has also developed the NSRF portal, various websites for the operational programmes, and the intranet "Diavlos" connecting all Special Services and providing various applications for their daily work.
Examples of other hosting services include
- a total of 70 web sites of the Special Services
- the one stop shop information system for creating and registering new companies (GEMI)
- the portal for startups www.startupgreece.gov.gr and
In addition, MOU actively assisted the development by the Greek Authorities of the web based tool for monitoring the progress of NSRF projects as stipulated in the MoU of the Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece. This webpage is hosted in the MOU virtual servers’ farm, ensuring its interoperability with other information systems.
The MOU operations regarding information systems and their hardware/software are co-financed by the European Union.