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Earth observation (EO) satellite data is essential to environmental monitoring. At a national and regional level, the open data cubes harness the power of satellite data by providing application programming interfaces and services to the end-users. The volume and the complexity of satellite observations are increasing, demanding novel approaches for data storing, managing, and processing. High-performance computing (HPC) and cloud platforms may improve Big EO data processing performance. However, it is necessary to consider several vital aspects for efficient and flexible EO data processing, such as the interoperability from cloud-HPC and EO data repositories, automatic provisioning and scaling of cloud-HPC resources, cost-effectiveness, support of new EO data formats and open-source packages, or linkage with data cube platforms. The article proposes a scalable EO data processing platform interoperable from cloud-HPC and EO data repositories. The platform enables linking any data repository supporting web coverage service or SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog Application Programming Interfaces (STAC-API), and any cloud or HPC resource supporting scheduling system API for providing access to the cluster backends.