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NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
NAGARA: SRB and iRODS
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NAGARA: SRB and iRODS

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Presentation at the 2009 NAGARA Conference on the use of iRODS and the SRB to develop the Transcontinental Persistent Archives Prototype (TPAP)

Presentation at the 2009 NAGARA Conference on the use of iRODS and the SRB to develop the Transcontinental Persistent Archives Prototype (TPAP)

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  • 1. Why SRB and iRODS The Case of the TPAP
  • 2. Building the Electronic Records Archives
    • ERA Vision
    • ERA will be a comprehensive, systematic, and dynamic means of preserving and providing continuing access
    • to any type of electronic record free from dependence
    • on any specific hardware or software, created anywhere in the Federal Government.
  • 3. Building the Electronic Records Archives
    • ERA Requirements
      • Scalability
        • 10 Trillion Digital Objects, 350 Petabytes
      • Evolvability
        • Change Components Without Disrupting the System
      • Extensibility
        • Deal with 4,000+ File Formats and Those Still to be Invented
      • Manageability
        • Must be able to Invoke NARA Policy with Changes Over Time
  • 4. Building the Electronic Records Archives
    • Beyond the Current State of the Art
    • ERA Research for Risk Mitigation
      • 50 Research Partnerships
      • World Class Computer Scientists and Engineers
      • White House Coordinated Research Activity
  • 5. TPAP
    • Transcontinental Persistent Archives Prototype (TPAP)
      • Testbed Used for Many Research Collaborations
      • 10 Years (Multiple Generations of Software)
      • Migrating from SRB to iRODS (Greater Policy Flexibility)
      • 7-node Data Grid
      • 10 M+ Unique Files
  • 6. Lessons Learned - Questions to Ask
    • Scalability
      • How Many Bytes Can the Software Manage?
      • How Many Digital Objects Can the Software Manage?
      • Will it Scale Down (e.g., Run on a Laptop)?
      • Will it Scale Up (e.g., Run on a Supercomputer)?
  • 7. Lessons Learned - Questions to Ask
    • Evolvability
      • How Do You Export the Data From the System?
      • How Many Generations of the Software Have They Migrated Records Across?
      • What Software Environments Does it Operate Across?
  • 8. Lessons Learned - Questions to Ask
    • Extensibility
      • Have the Developers Been Able to Extend the Software to Work Seamlessly with New:
        • File Formats
        • Operating Systems
        • Database Software
        • User Interfaces
  • 9. Lessons Learned - Questions to Ask
    • Manageability
      • What Archival/Records Management Policies Does the Software Support?
      • Can You Easily Customize the Software to Support Your Repository’s Policies?
  • 10. Your Contact in the ERA Program Management Office
    • Mark Conrad [email_address]
    • ERA Communications
    • [email_address]

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