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  • 2000 – Summer – UMTV looking for video archive solution at NAB 2000 – Fall – Informix and Ascential 360 viewed as potential asset management tool 2000 – November UM team site visit to CNN – Eureka – the “indoor plumbing” of rch media asset management 2001 – Spring – Digital Asset Management defined as a possible infrastructure for the creation, experimentation and management of all asset types, but especially rich, time-based media (audio, video and 3D VR) 2001 – July – Provost and President’s office authorize VERY limited proof of concept using vendor donated software and development support 2001 – December 15: Proof of concept based on Virage, Ascential 360, Informix, demonstrated to J. Hilton, L. Rudgers, L. Monts, G. Krenze in Fleming 2001 – Winter-spring continuing demos until demo system moved to Media Union for storage. Informix purchased by IBM. Ascential fate uncertain 2002 – Spring-summer: Cross-campus team invited to develop RFP. Nine units participate. RFP issued July 2002. 12 vendors attend RFP info session; 4 respond 2002 – Fall: Five finalists narrowed to three vendor teams: Bearing-Point (KPMG Consulting)+Documentum; Sun+Artesia; IBM+Ancept. Live demos and hands-on Web test continue to March, 2003 2003 – March IBM+Ascential team selected for final negotiations unanimously by 8-unit selection team. 2003 – Spring Identification of “Affiliate” groups to be financial partners in Living Lab 2003 – July – Hardware and Software install begin in Living Lab
  • 2000 – Summer – UMTV looking for video archive solution at NAB 2000 – Fall – Informix and Ascential 360 viewed as potential asset management tool 2000 – November UM team site visit to CNN – Eureka – the “indoor plumbing” of rch media asset management 2001 – Spring – Digital Asset Management defined as a possible infrastructure for the creation, experimentation and management of all asset types, but especially rich, time-based media (audio, video and 3D VR) 2001 – July – Provost and President’s office authorize VERY limited proof of concept using vendor donated software and development support 2001 – December 15: Proof of concept based on Virage, Ascential 360, Informix, demonstrated to J. Hilton, L. Rudgers, L. Monts, G. Krenze in Fleming 2001 – Winter-spring continuing demos until demo system moved to Media Union for storage. Informix purchased by IBM. Ascential fate uncertain 2002 – Spring-summer: Cross-campus team invited to develop RFP. Nine units participate. RFP issued July 2002. 12 vendors attend RFP info session; 4 respond 2002 – Fall: Five finalists narrowed to three vendor teams: Bearing-Point (KPMG Consulting)+Documentum; Sun+Artesia; IBM+Ancept. Live demos and hands-on Web test continue to March, 2003 2003 – March IBM+Ascential team selected for final negotiations unanimously by 8-unit selection team. 2003 – Spring Identification of “Affiliate” groups to be financial partners in Living Lab 2003 – July – Hardware and Software install begin in Living Lab
  • 2000 – Summer – UMTV looking for video archive solution at NAB 2000 – Fall – Informix and Ascential 360 viewed as potential asset management tool 2000 – November UM team site visit to CNN – Eureka – the “indoor plumbing” of rch media asset management 2001 – Spring – Digital Asset Management defined as a possible infrastructure for the creation, experimentation and management of all asset types, but especially rich, time-based media (audio, video and 3D VR) 2001 – July – Provost and President’s office authorize VERY limited proof of concept using vendor donated software and development support 2001 – December 15: Proof of concept based on Virage, Ascential 360, Informix, demonstrated to J. Hilton, L. Rudgers, L. Monts, G. Krenze in Fleming 2001 – Winter-spring continuing demos until demo system moved to Media Union for storage. Informix purchased by IBM. Ascential fate uncertain 2002 – Spring-summer: Cross-campus team invited to develop RFP. Nine units participate. RFP issued July 2002. 12 vendors attend RFP info session; 4 respond 2002 – Fall: Five finalists narrowed to three vendor teams: Bearing-Point (KPMG Consulting)+Documentum; Sun+Artesia; IBM+Ancept. Live demos and hands-on Web test continue to March, 2003 2003 – March IBM+Ascential team selected for final negotiations unanimously by 8-unit selection team. 2003 – Spring Identification of “Affiliate” groups to be financial partners in Living Lab 2003 – July – Hardware and Software install begin in Living Lab
  • 2000 – Summer – UMTV looking for video archive solution at NAB 2000 – Fall – Informix and Ascential 360 viewed as potential asset management tool 2000 – November UM team site visit to CNN – Eureka – the “indoor plumbing” of rch media asset management 2001 – Spring – Digital Asset Management defined as a possible infrastructure for the creation, experimentation and management of all asset types, but especially rich, time-based media (audio, video and 3D VR) 2001 – July – Provost and President’s office authorize VERY limited proof of concept using vendor donated software and development support 2001 – December 15: Proof of concept based on Virage, Ascential 360, Informix, demonstrated to J. Hilton, L. Rudgers, L. Monts, G. Krenze in Fleming 2001 – Winter-spring continuing demos until demo system moved to Media Union for storage. Informix purchased by IBM. Ascential fate uncertain 2002 – Spring-summer: Cross-campus team invited to develop RFP. Nine units participate. RFP issued July 2002. 12 vendors attend RFP info session; 4 respond 2002 – Fall: Five finalists narrowed to three vendor teams: Bearing-Point (KPMG Consulting)+Documentum; Sun+Artesia; IBM+Ancept. Live demos and hands-on Web test continue to March, 2003 2003 – March IBM+Ascential team selected for final negotiations unanimously by 8-unit selection team. 2003 – Spring Identification of “Affiliate” groups to be financial partners in Living Lab 2003 – July – Hardware and Software install begin in Living Lab
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  • DAMS – The Living Lab University of Michigan, Media Union Digital Media Tools Laboratory Leveraging Digital Rich Media Assets for Collaborative Learning, Teaching and Research
  • What is the Vision for a Digital Asset Management System at the UM?
    • Create a robust infrastructure to ingest, manage, store and publish digital rich-media assets and their associated metadata.
    • Streamline the “workflow” required to create new works with digital rich-media assets.
    • Build an environment where assets are easily searched, shared, edited and repurposed in the academic model.
    • Provide a campus-wide platform for future application of rights declaration techniques (or other IP tools) to existing assets.
    • Infrastructure level
    • Tuned for rich media (time-based)
      • video
      • audio
      • 3D VR modeling and animation
    • Capability for non time-based data (text, numerical data, still images)
    • Metadata collection and management: automated or semi-automated
    • Campus-wide availability
    • Not primarily a content management tool nor production tool
    • Coordinate with planned campus storage management practice
    • Distributed management (authorization, roles, access lists)
    • Integrated with centralized campus data services
    • Plan for digital rights-declaration/management services
    Orientation of DAMS at the UM
  • DAMS Background
    • 2000 – Summer – UMTV looking for video archive solution
    • 2000 – Fall – UM team visit to CNN. Eureka! – the “indoor plumbing” of rich media asset management.
    • 2001 – Spring – Digital Asset Management defined as a possible university infrastructure (PIRC report influence).
    • 2001 – July – Limited proof of concept authorized.
    • 2001 – December - Proof of concept complete.
    • 2001 – Winter – Informix purchased by IBM. Ascential fate uncertain.
    • 2002 – Spring-summer: Cross-campus team develops RFP.
    • 2002 – July – RFP issued for DAMS Living Lab.
    • 2002 – Fall – Five finalists narrowed to three vendor teams: Bearing-Point (KPMG Consulting)+Documentum; Sun+Artesia; IBM+Ancept. Site demos and Web tests continue to March, 2003.
    • 2003 – March – IBM+Ancept selected for final negotiations by 8-unit team.
    • 2003 – Spring – Candidates for Affiliate partnerships sought.
    • 2003 – August – Hardware and software install begins in Living Lab.
    • IBM and our identified partners will deliver an end-to-end digital asset management system to the “Living Lab” as a working demonstration environment.
    • IBM and the University of Michigan will identify areas for collaborative research projects around subjects such as digital rights, open standards, and learning technologies.
    • IBM and the University of Michigan will use the Lab to support the delivery of pilot projects that will be used to explore a variety of existing and emerging digital asset management technologies.
    • IBM and the University of Michigan will co-create a marketing and communications program to promote the Lab’s efforts across campus, to the Big Ten CIC, to other higher education organizations and the Merlot consortium.
    IBM & Stellent
  • IBM & Stellent
  • What is the place of DAMS in the campus infrastructure? Applications, Course Management Systems, Production Systems DAMS Institutional and Individual Assets Network Storage Publishing: Teaching, Collaboration, Production, Distribution, Broadcast
  • Ingest Publish Manage Enterprise Data Producers Collaborators Audience DAMS Component Services Encode Transcode Metatag Proxies Encrypt Store Traffic File Serve Streaming Broadcast Web Pub. Printing CD/DVD View Metadata Access Workflow Version Check in/out DRM Course Mngmnt Campus Services Campus Broadcast Print Publishing Secure Web Public Web Store Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Near-line Near-line Near-line Near-line Offline Offline Offline Authoring Stations Media Appliances Remote Users Campus Users Studios
  • DAMS Living Lab Configuration
    • Local source:
    • Tape Deck
    • Live Media Stream
    • Scanner
    • Existing Digital File
    • Remote Source:
    • Telestream ClipMail Pro
    • FTP upload of existing digital file
    Library Server Resource Manager Ancept Media Server Metadata creation Version control Check-in/out Workflow XML Websphere Tivoli Storage Management Asset Processing Streaming Servers IBM VideoCharger Apple QuickTime 1 TB storage Telestream Flipfactory Transcoding Metadata Extraction Proxy Creation Virage Encoding & Logging Metadata Extraction Speech-to-text Voice, face recognition DB2 SMART Self-Management And Resource Tuning IBM Content Manager Metadata Mngmnt. Resource Management Security Cosign single sign-on Remote iSCSI Storage 1TB
  • DAMS Living Lab Configuration
    • Local source:
    • Tape Deck
    • Live Media Stream
    • Scanner
    • Existing Digital File
    • Remote Source:
    • Telestream ClipMail Pro
    • FTP upload of existing digital file
    Library Server Resource Manager Asset Processing Transcode IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5 GB DDR Telestream FlipFactory 440 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) SCSI Raid 5i Windows 2000 Server Encode and Log IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5GB DDR 146 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) Osprey 560 Video Capture Card Video Logger (Virage) Windows 2000 Server Video Streaming IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5 GB DDR 146 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) QuickTime Server IBM Video Charger Windows 2000 Server Device attached storage 1 TB - IBM Ultra 160 (10K rpm) IBM Ultra 160 (10K rpm) Content Manager 8.0 (DB2, Tivoli, Websphere) Ancept Media Server IBM P645 2-way 1.2GHZ, PWR4+, 8GB 293 GB SCSI U3 (15K rpm) AIX 5.1 Remote iSCSI Storage 1TB
  • DAMS Living Lab UMCE Integration
    • Local source:
    • Tape Deck
    • Live Media Stream
    • Scanner
    • Existing Digital File
    • Remote Source:
    • Telestream ClipMail Pro
    • FTP upload of existing digital file
    Library Server Resource Manager Asset Processing Transcode IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5 GB DDR Telestream FlipFactory 440 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) SCSI Raid 5i Windows 2000 Server Encode and Log IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5GB DDR 146 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) Osprey 560 Video Capture Card Video Logger (Virage) Windows 2000 Server Video Streaming IBM x345 dual 2.67GHz Xeon, 1.5 GB DDR 146 GB Ultra 320 (10K rpm) QuickTime Server IBM Video Charger Windows 2000 Server Device attached storage 1 TB - IBM Ultra 160 (10K rpm) IBM Ultra 160 (10K rpm) Content Manager 8.0 (DB2, Tivoli, Websphere) Ancept Media Server IBM P645 2-way 1.2GHZ, PWR4+, 8GB 293 GB SCSI U3 (15K rpm) AIX 5.1 SMB SAMBA Cosign ITComm Remote iSCSI Storage 1TB
  • What space does DAMS occupy? Production, Publications, Broadcast Content Collaborative Research Archived Collections Casual Learning & Exploration Course Materials Digital Libraries D-Space Dept’l. Storage Team Workspace/Storage Content Mgmt. Systems Personal Share-folders Production Systems Inst’l Repositories Collaborative Learning Types of Collaboration Ad-hoc Sharing ePortfolios Course Mgmt. Systems Individual Content Owners Institution Individual Browsing Research Portal Development & Content
  • Affiliates’ Project Highlights
    • The School of Business will create online video modules that deliver basic business concepts. Students will review the modules prior to class, and faculty will preserve classroom instruction time for more advanced concepts.
    • The School of Dentistry will digitize, index and place online a collection of dental anatomy and oral pathology images, and will digitize and index videos that demonstrate dental procedures. The project will greatly streamline the retrieval and re-use of these materials and replace cumbersome manual processes, such as checking out physical videotapes.
    • The School of Literature, Science, and the Arts will begin to digitize and post online one of the world's larger history of art collections (more than 450,000 images), including an existing catalogue of 310,000 items. Approximately 4,000 images from the African collection will be digitized and catalogued to explore the best curatorial and educational practices. The online digital versions of these valuable artifacts will be easy to search and deliver to classroom, desktop, and class websites. Faculty will have greatly increased access to materials, and thus a greater ability to make associations between pieces.
    • Affiliates - Train the Trainer model
    • Websites Academic & General Audiences: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/dams DAMS Affiliates & Browsers: http://ctng.ummu.umich.edu (dams tab)
    • Application documentation
    • Configuration documentation
    • Vendor documentation
    • Training
    • Metadata consultation (Library)
    • Technical consultation (DAMS Team)
    Community Support
  • Lessons Learned - ACLs
    • Corporate DAMS Model
    • Assets held centrally
    • Access, roles and privileges managed centrally
    • Metadata frameworks – monolithic
    • University DAMS Model
    • Federated ownership of assets (individuals, courses, faculty, departments, etc.)
    • Distributed management of access, privileges and roles
    • Federated metadata schema
    • Agnostic user interface(s) re: privileges, ownership
  • Lessons Learned Ingest
    • FERPA - Family Education Rights & Privacy Act
    • HIPPA - Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act
    • Copyright - Rights Declaration
    • Storage
    Lessons Learned Policy
  • Issues To Resolve IBM Content Manager team has an internal proposal to develop User Defined ACLs. As described it will meet our needs for access control and privilege administration to be distributed to end users. The timeline, assuming the proposal goes forward will be over a year out. This must be accelerated. It is absolutely impossible to manage this centrally. End users and support staff cannot define ACLs. Only system administrators of Content Manager, the middleware layer, can create ACLs. 2 Stellent has committed to integrating this capability. It exists in some custom installations already. Will take time. May be released with next version of AMS Media Server. Video Logger metadata channels are visible but not searchable in AMS. 1
  • Year Two Issues
    • Ongoing interface design to meet project and user requirements. Taking into consideration asset management’s inherently different approach of presenting multiple items, each of which may have a different set of user capabilities associated with it.
    • Integration with other academic tools or portal.
    • Relationship to Library, Institutional Repository and federated catalogue searching.
    • IP, Copyright, Use and Misuse policy.
    • Building a great user experience.
  • UM DAMS Contacts University of Michigan DAMS Initiative sitemaker.umich.edu/dams/ Alan McCord [email_address] Vendor and Institutional Relationships Louis E. King [email_address] Managing Producer John Merlin Williams [email_address] Director, Digital Media Tools Lab