Germany addresses science and cloud on mutliple different levels via several different funding instruments.  On the national level, the are:

– The Strategy for Digitalisation ( Digitalisierungsstrategie ) funded by the Federal Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF)

This is a set projects, that all follow the strategy of improving the  digital nature of germany. The projects cover network infrastructures (fiber networks, mobile networks), as well as applications in many aspects of day to day life (medicine, administration, agriculture, …)
– National Research Data Initiatives (NFDI) are a family of projects, each of which targets one specific scientific discipline and aims at improving the data management along the FAIR principles of each field.
Currently running NFDIs are:
– Climate
– …
– …

European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The european family of EOSC projects is diverse. many german partners participate in several aspects of building EOSC:
– Charite Berlin: Life
– DKRZ: Hub, Pillar, OpenAIRE, NORDIC
– EMBL Heidelberg: Hub, Life
– Fraunhofer IME: Life
– Fraunofer IMW: Pillar
– FZJ: Hub, EOSCSecretariat, Life
– GFZ: Hub, Pillar
– GWDG: Hub
– HMGU: Life
– Infrafontrier GmbH: Life
– KIT: Pilot, Hub, Secretaria, Pillar, Synergy (also: Indigo, DEEP, AARC)
– Uni Bielefeld
– Uni Bonn: OpenAIRE
– Uni Bremen: FAIRsFAIR, OpenAIRE
– Uni Freiburg: Life
– Uni Goettingen: FAIRsFAIR
– Uni Konstanz: OpenAIRE