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Samvera - A Powerful tool for repository solutions
Samvera is the new name for Hydra. Samvera is a grass-roots, open source community creating best in class digital asset management solutions for Libraries, Archives, Museums and others. The Samvera framework is being used in a wide range of applications to support a variety of use cases including:
DSpace open source software is a turnkey institutional repository application. It preserves and enables easy and open access to all types of digital content including text, images, moving images, mpegs and data sets.
ResourceSpace is a web-based, open source digital asset management system which has been designed to give your content creators easy and fast access to print and web ready assets. A centralised and well organised repository encourages the re-use of purchased resources.
Hyrax is a front-end based on the robust Samvera framework, providing a user interface for common repository features. Hyrax offers the ability to create repository object types on demand, to deposit content via multiple configurable workflows, and to describe content with flexible metadata. Numerous optional features may be turned on in the administrative dashboard or added through plugins. It is implemented as a Rails engine, so it may be the base of, or added to, a Rails application. Hyrax is the consolidation of Sufia and the CurationConcerns gems and behaves in much the same way.Hyrax has many features. Read more about what they are and how to turn them on. See the Hyrax Management Guide to learn more.
Lily offers an open source content repository. It is the first cloud-scalable repository for social content applications. It is built from ground up using Big Data and NOSQL technology. Its technology stack includes Hadoop, HBase and Solr. It could be used in document archiving, large-scale SaaS-model web content management, heritage databases, news libraries, digital asset management, content collections, structured data management.
Sufia is a Rails engine for creating a self-deposit institutional repository. A web application for ingest, curation, search, and display of digital assets. Powered by Hydra technologies (Rails, Hydra-head, Blacklight, Solr, Fedora Commons, etc.)
DOOR (Digital Open Object Repository) is a free learning object repository implementing IMS metadata and content package specifications. It's usefull to all organizations producing, storing and reusing digital learning contents.
Sufia uses the full power of Samvera and extends it to provide a user interface around common repository features and social features (see below). Sufia offers self-deposit and proxy deposit workflows, and mediated deposit workflows are being developed in a community sprint running from September-December 2016. Sufia delivers its rich and growing set of features via a modern, responsive user interface. It is implemented as a Rails engine, so it is meant to be added to existing Rails apps.Sufia has many features. Read more about what they are and how to turn them on. See the Sufia Management Guide to learn more.
Pulp is a platform for managing repositories of content, such as software packages, and pushing that content out to large numbers of consumers. If you want to locally mirror all or part of a repository, host your own content in a new repository, manage content from multiple sources in one place, and push content you choose out to large numbers of clients in one simple operation. Pulp has a well-documented REST API and command line interface for management.
Magnolia is easy-to-use powerful Enterprise Content Management system. It is scalable, extensible. It provides all the functionality needed to quickly set up a website. It can use any JSR-170 compliant content repository.
MimeCloud is a scalable digital asset library & media management toolset. Founded by Alex Norcliffe and Peter Miller Written by people who have been architecting large-scale web, image & video environments for many years serving many tens millions of pageviews per month.