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Islandora & Archivematica combined NDSA RAG poster for LITA
 

Islandora & Archivematica combined NDSA RAG poster for LITA

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This is a poster I created for LITA describing a proposed integration of Archivematica and Islandora. It attempts to describe, using a red-amber-green chart, the perceived benefit of the two softwares ...

This is a poster I created for LITA describing a proposed integration of Archivematica and Islandora. It attempts to describe, using a red-amber-green chart, the perceived benefit of the two softwares working in tandem.

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    Islandora & Archivematica combined NDSA RAG poster for LITA Islandora & Archivematica combined NDSA RAG poster for LITA Presentation Transcript

    • Furthering the Community: Integrating Archivematica and Islandora Preservation Planning METS Fedora EXT 1.1 ABSTRACT In response to a series of pragmatic problems surrounding long-term digital object management, our library is creating an automated workflow for receiving, structuring, ingesting, handling, and preserving dissertation content. This specific workflow will be enabled through two well regarded digital preservation softwares: Archivematica for ingesting and bagging OAIS compliant information packages, and Fedora Commons for managing and handling digital objects within distributed systems. This project is similar to other dissertation-repository projects in that it details the software stack, infrastructure map, and baseline workflow; and innovative in that it provides a use case for the integration of Archivematica and Fedora Commons. METS ProQuest Humans XSL METS 1.8 AIP DIP Staging 12TB METS ● mets:mets “http://www.loc.gov/METS/:” ► ● mets:metsHdr “A” ► ● mets:dmdSecFedora “PQ_DATA” ► ● mets:dmdSecFedora “DC1” ► ● mets:dmdSecFedora “MODS1” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_RIGHTS1” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_OBJECT1” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV1” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV2” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV3” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV4” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV5” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV6” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV7” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV8” ► ● mets:amdSec “PREMIS_DIGIPROV9” ▼ ● mets:fileSec ► ● mets:fileGrp “DATASTREAMS” 3.0 Data Management Persistant ID (PID) Level 2 (Know your data) - n/a - n/a - n/a - For heterogeneous media, get content off medium and into storage system - n/a - n/a - Obsolescence monitoring process for your storage system(s) and media - n/a - Have a comprehensive plan in place that will keep files and metadata on currently accesible media or systems - Check file fixity on ingest if it has been provided with the content - Create fixity info if it wasn’t provided with the content - Check fixity on all ingests - Use write-blockers when working with original media - Virus check high risk content - Check fixity of content at fixed intervals - Maintain logs of fixity info; supply audit on demand - Ability to detect corrupt data -Virus-check all content - Check fixity of all content in response to specific events or activities - Ability to replace/repair corrupted data -Ensure no one user has write access to all copies -Identify who has read, write, move and delete authorization to individual files -Restrict who has those authorizations to individual files -Document access restrictions for content -Maintain logs of who performed what actions on files, include deletions and preservation actions MODS PREMIS Metadata -Inventory of content and its storage location -Ensure backup and non-collocation of inventory -Store administrative metadata -Store transformative metadata and log events -Store standard technical and descriptive metadata File Formats -When you can give input into the creation of digital files encourage use of a limited set of known open formats and codecs -Inventory of file formats in use -Monitor file format obsolescence issues -Perform format migrations, emulation and similar activities as needed Information Security SIP Response METS DIP DI P AIP 1.0 Archival Storage ● mets:fileGrp “METS1” ► ● mets:fileGrp “DIP” ► ● mets:fileGrp “AIP” ► NDSA Levels of Preservation Storage and Geographic Location -Store standard preservation metadata File Fixity and Data Integrity Queries 4.0 Access (...) Level 3 Level 4 (Monitor your data) (Repair your data) Level 2 (Know your data) Level 3 (Monitor your data) Level 4 (Repair your data) - At least three complete copies -At least one copy in a different geographic location - Two complete copies that are not collocated - For heterogeneous media, get content off medium and into storage system - Document your storage system and storage media - At least one copy in a geographic location with a different disaster thread - Obsolescence monitoring process for your storage system(s) and media - At least three copies in geographic locations - Have a comprehensive plan in place that will keep files and metadata on currently accesible media or systems - Check file fixity on ingest if it has been provided with the content - Create fixity info if it wasn’t provided with the content - Check fixity on all ingests - Use write-blockers when working with original media - Virus check high risk content - Check fixity of content at fixed intervals - Maintain logs of fixity info; supply audit on demand - Ability to detect corrupt data -Virus-check all content - Check fixity of all content in response to specific events or activities - Ability to replace/repair corrupted data -Ensure no one user has write access to all copies Information Security Metadata File Formats Does already or low hanging fruit Feasible based on current status or future roadmap Not currently supported; extensive new feature Islandora -Inventory of content and its storage location -Ensure backup and non-collocation of inventory -When you can give input into the creation of digital files encourage use of a limited set of known open formats and codecs -Document access restrictions for content -Store administrative metadata -Store transformative metadata and log events -Inventory of file formats in use -Maintain logs of who performed what actions on files, include deletions and preservation actions -Store standard technical and descriptive metadata -Monitor file format obsolescence issues -Perform audit of logs Level 2 (Know your data) - n/a - n/a - n/a - n/a - n/a - n/a - n/a - Check file fixity on ingest if it has been provided with the content - Create fixity info if it wasn’t provided with the content - Check fixity on all ingests - Use write-blockers when working with original media - Virus check high risk content - Check fixity of content at fixed intervals - Maintain logs of fixity info; supply audit on demand - Ability to detect corrupt data -Virus-check all content -Identify who has read, write, move and delete authorization to individual files -Restrict who has those authorizations to individual files -Document access restrictions for content -Maintain logs of who performed what actions on files, include deletions and preservation actions -Perform audit of logs -Inventory of content and its storage location -Ensure backup and non-collocation of inventory -Store administrative metadata -Store transformative metadata and log events -Store standard technical and descriptive metadata -Store standard preservation metadata File Formats -Identify who has read, write, move and delete authorization to individual files -Restrict who has those authorizations to individual files Level 1 (Protect your data) Metadata -Perform audit of logs Storage and Geographic Location 2.0 Ingest DC Administration File Fixity and Data Integrity Level 1 (Protect your data) P D PQ_DATA Level 1 (Protect your data) Archivematica DI IP -When you can give input into the creation of digital files encourage use of a limited set of known open formats and codecs -Inventory of file formats in use - n/a - n/a Storage and Geographic Location File Fixity and Data Integrity -Store standard preservation metadata -Perform format migrations, emulation and similar activities as needed This Red, Amber, Green or RAG chart is a conceptual map that indicates the proposed benefits of an Archivematica and Islandora integration with attention given to extant strengths, feasibility, and future development roadmaps. Green indicates an area in which there already exists features to support the applicable preservation activities; yellow indicates activities which could be supported given current status or development indicated on a future roadmap; red indicates activities which are not currently supported by existing features and would require significant development. Information Security Level 3 (Monitor your data) Aaron Collie•••••••••••collie@mail.lib.msu.edu Devin Higgins•••••• higgi135@mail.lib.msu.edu Lucas Mak•••••••••••• makw@mail.lib.msu.edu Shawn Nicholson••nicho147@mail.lib.msu.edu Level 4 (Repair your data) - n/a - n/a - Check fixity of all content in response to specific events or activities - Ability to replace/repair corrupted data -Ensure no one user has write access to all copies