Mw2014 art-in-the-clouds

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Mw2014 art-in-the-clouds

  1. 1. Art in the Clouds Creating an Archival for Museum Assets using Cloud Storage and Open Source Repository JaneAlexander & Niki Krause Cleveland Museum ofArt
  2. 2. Looking at the Big Picture DIGITAL STRATEGY
  3. 3. Archival Repository in Collection-information and Scholarship Backbone
  4. 4. Bruce buried by DVDs INCEPTION
  5. 5. Inception Photo Studio’s artwork photography• – – – – – uncropped, high-res masters three sets of 3800 archival DVDs manual lookup / pull to use long-term viability of DVDs gold DVDs = $$$$$$ = 11,400 • • ditch the DVDs, move to online but, it’s archival in nature storage
  6. 6. Interdepartmental Team CIO + Applications Services Manager (leader)• • • • • Museum Archivist + Digital Archivist IT network+infrastructure+storage duo Library Applications Analyst / developer Photo Studio Assistant Manager • • • • Photographers Collections Management / Registrar Conservation staff Performing Arts, Music, and Film staff
  7. 7. Approach inventory digital materials identify appropriate standards storage platform+management map metadata define workflows ingest+iterate • • • • • • software
  8. 8. Inventory & Projections • • • • • • • artwork photography conservation photography editorial photography business documents AV of institutional history AV of lectures, performances artwork in time-based media = 20TB now, 35TB by 2018
  9. 9. Standards OAIS reference model preservation file formats PREMIS descriptive & technical metadata • • • • schemas • • • Dublin Core (DCMI) IPTC mapped to DCMI local metadata needs = local schema
  10. 10. Storage Platform Options • • • onsite hardware/storage + AMS SaaS/hosted solution cloud-based hardware/storage, with in-house AMS administration …but there were concerns!
  11. 11. Performance
  12. 12. Virtual Data Center on same ISP trunk
  13. 13. 5 years = $500,000+
  14. 14. Archival Management Options considered: Systems • • • • • DSpace (open source/SaaS, MIT) CONTENTdm (SaaS, OCLC) Fedora Commons (open source, Cornell) Archivematica (open source) Invenio (open source, CERN)
  15. 15. Ingest Progress @ 9 Months • • • editorial photography — ⅔ ingested artwork photography — ½ staged, mapped conservation photography — file name review+de-duping underway business documents — scripting xformations AV — detailed inventory, analog to digital artwork in time-based media – 10 works accessioned so far – team working on in-house standards • • •
  16. 16. Challenges • developer is leaving TOMORROW staff time – DigitalArchivist the museum • – Conservation and PAMF staff availability • • network storage running high demand for more DSpace installs

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