Pilot Repository Overview
Dermot Frost & Eoin Kilfeather
• Strand 3 is responsible for the technical delivery of DRI
• Four component Work Packages
 WP5 – Architecture
 WP6 – Us...
• Work carried out by a distributed team across three
institutions
 DIT – Eoin Kilfeather, Monica Harasimiuk, Anna Deegan...
Technology Choices
• Cucumber (http://cukes.info/)
•

Domain Specific Language and executable specs

• Project Hydra (http...
Current Architecture
Current Architecture
Current Backend Features

• Ingest tools – web based and command line
for bulk ingest
• Data models
 File types – Audio, ...
Next Steps

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Subcollection searching
User defined collections
Persistent identifiers
Audit trails
Preserva...
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DRI Pilot Repository Overview

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An overview of the state of the DRI pilot repository in
October 2013 and a roadmap of forthcoming features

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DRI Pilot Repository Overview

  1. 1. Pilot Repository Overview Dermot Frost & Eoin Kilfeather
  2. 2. • Strand 3 is responsible for the technical delivery of DRI • Four component Work Packages  WP5 – Architecture  WP6 – User Interfaces  WP7 – Data Management  WP8 – Storage
  3. 3. • Work carried out by a distributed team across three institutions  DIT – Eoin Kilfeather, Monica Harasimiuk, Anna Deegan  NUIM – Damien Gallagher, Sinead Redmond, Ray Noonan  TCD – Jimmy Tang, Stuart Kenny, Kathryn Cassidy, Peter Tiernan, Kristina Bako • Agile methodology  Requirements driven  Code sprints  Daily “stand-up” calls
  4. 4. Technology Choices • Cucumber (http://cukes.info/) • Domain Specific Language and executable specs • Project Hydra (http://projecthydra.org/) • Blacklight (SOLR), Active Fedora (Fedora-Commons), Opinionated Metadata, Hydra Access Controls, Sufia (next iteration) • Ceph (needs further evaluation) • (http://ceph.com/) S3 interface, Remote Block Devices • Ansible (Dev/Test/Prod) (http://www.ansibleworks.com/) • Vagrant (Dev) (http://www.vagrantup.com/) • Open Nebula (Test/Prod) (http://opennebula.org/) • Cloud based infrastructure
  5. 5. Current Architecture
  6. 6. Current Architecture
  7. 7. Current Backend Features • Ingest tools – web based and command line for bulk ingest • Data models  File types – Audio, PDF  Metadata – Dublin Core, EAD • Surrogate generation • Background processing using resque • Antivirus and Malware scanning
  8. 8. Next Steps • • • • • • • • Subcollection searching User defined collections Persistent identifiers Audit trails Preservation features Additional authentication and authorization Additional datatypes and metadata Asset characterization
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