Indeed, we produce the cloudless mosaic of New Zealand (updated yearly), but the data is hosted by Linz Data Service and displayed on the website using an XYZ tile service.
If you would like to implement a cloudless mosaic of Norway on your website, you have several options depending on how much work you want to do yourself.
Cloudless mosaic generation
Firstly, for the generation of the cloudless mosaic, you could do it yourself using the Batch Processing API. I would strongly recommend not to generate the mosaic on the fly: because of the shear volume of images you need to generate the product, the process would be extremely slow. The Batch Processing API allows you to generate the product once using our cloud-based servers in a scalable and efficient manner. We have written a blog post on how to produce a cloudless mosaic using Sentinel Hub services, and the code in available in our custom scripts repository.
Alternatively, if you don’t want to spend time testing the script on small test areas, fine-tuning it, then scaling up, our Austrian team offers the generation of cloudless mosaics as a service.
Delivery to the website
Once you have generated the cloudless mosaic of Norway you will want to deliver it to your website for display. Here again you have two options.
The first option (least effort), is to use Sentinel Hub services to deliver the data to your website. You would have your mosaic ingested as BYOC and serve it to your website using WMS. This removes the complexity of having to store the images and setup a tile server, but it will use Processing Units and Requests.
The second option is to store your product and setup the server integration yourself. You won’t be using units from your plan, but would have to deal with the infrastructure on your side.
I hope this answers your questions. Don’t hesitate to get in touch by email or here if you have more questions.