In a general sense, an e-infrastructure indicates the totality of technology-enhanced networks, tools, resources, and protocols as well as the human, social and organisational resources and structures which can enable the advancement of collaborative work in a specific field of practice. An e-infrastructure in the digital heritage domain is the cloud network of Cultural Heritage from many countries, institutions and their users, that can be shared, retrieved, stored, and accessed anywhere and anytime by the power of information and communication technology.