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NDSA-INFRASTRUCTURE  January 2013, Week 5

NDSA-INFRASTRUCTURE January 2013, Week 5

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Re: National Agenda Brainstorming

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"TrumanTechnologies (Gail)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 31 Jan 2013 07:33:47 -0800

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Hi Mark
I'm also pretty new too so this is not an answer from the group, per se, ok... But I too would be interested in learning about competitive offerings to the open source ones.

You said "
> We just recently purchased the Preservica cloud-based solution from Tessella - and chose it over Archivematica for several reasons."


In wonder, would you be able to jot us a few lines on your choice and features that drew you to Preservica? A quick email? It would be very interesting and useful. And perhaps we can ask Tessella for a presentation if others in the group express an interest (?)

Gail
Gail Truman
Truman Technologies
www.trumantechnologies.com
+1 510 5026497

www.islandora.ca/SOAR


On Jan 31, 2013, at 6:53 AM, "Myers, Mark (KDLA)" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm very new to this group, so I don't know that much about the history.  Tues was the first call I've attended (I've done the webinars) - I and my institution was part of the NDIIPP project for GIS records (GeoMAPP) and we are active in NDSA Content working group, and the geospatial sub-group.
> 
> Two things: 
> 1. I think the idea that someone mentioned about separating storage and preservation is a good one.  Duracloud is great, but doesn't address the issues of data migration and format preservation.  Archivematica attempts to deal with some those issues.
> 
> 2. Are we just fixated on open-source solutions?  And if so, why?  We seem to be limiting ourselves if we do that.  We just recently purchased the Preservica cloud-based solution from Tessella - and chose it over Archivematica for several reasons.
> 
> And to address Shawn's question posed here:  the Council of State Archivists SERI (States Electronic Records Initiative) project is, in part, working on a web portal to be a clearinghouse of sorts for tools related to digital preservation.  There focusing on more than just cloud storage/preservation, but they are trying to cast the net pretty wide at this point.  May not be the best solution, but it's a start.
> 
> I'm on that sub-committee which is part of the reason I'm here, they wanted someone on the committee to monitor the activity of this group.  
> 
> Mark J. Myers
> Electronic Records Archivist
> Technology Analysis & Support Branch,
> Public Records Division,
> Kentucky Department for Libraries & Archives 
> 300 Coffee Tree Road PO Box
> 537 Frankfort, KY 40602-0537
> Phone:  (502)564-8300 ext. 244
> Email:  [log in to unmask]
> www.kdla.ky.gov
> www.facebook.com/kdla.prd 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: The NDSA infrastructure working group list [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Shawn Rounds
> Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 12:59 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [NDSA-INFRASTRUCTURE] National Agenda Brainstorming
> 
> Hi all --
> 
> My apologies if this was discussed, dismissed, or otherwise deemed not pertinent at some point (I missed the call).  As means are identified for addressing such national agenda issues as using the cloud for preservation storage, I think it would be very useful to create a clearinghouse for sharing information.  For instance, my organization, the Minnesota Historical Society, is hiring a consultant to research cloud storage options for our digital content, which we will then compare against other possible storage architectures.  I know others would be interested in this information, and it would be great if there was someplace I could submit my contact information and a brief description of the project so that people could contact me and ask questions rather than having to re-invent the wheel.  I know I wish I could've looked at a sample RFP as I developed my list of requirements.  Such a clearinghouse wouldn't have to be elaborate, just some user-populated, consistent captured information to make it self-service searchable.  Having guidelines for best practices is great, but I would find real value in also connecting with others with practical experience.
> 
> Thanks --
> Shawn
> 
> Shawn Rounds
> State Archivist
> State Archives Department
> Division of Library and Collections
> Minnesota Historical Society
> 345 Kellogg Boulevard West
> Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
> 
> [log in to unmask]
> 651.259.3265
> www.mnhs.org
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> On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 2:32 PM, Gallinger, Michelle <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
>> Dear all,
>> 
>> A pleasure speaking with you on the call today.
>> 
>> As mentioned on the call, the NDSA Joint Leadership Group will be 
>> pulling together a piece we are calling the 2014 National Agenda for 
>> Digital Stewardship.
>> 
>> The working groups are contributing ideas as to what emerging or 
>> existing topics require significant attention in the year ahead. The 
>> infrastructure piece of the document is loosely defined as follows:
>> 
>> c.      Infrastructure Development
>> i.      Infrastructure can be generally defined as the set of
>> interconnected structural elements that provide framework supporting 
>> an entire structure of development.  This includes both physical and 
>> institutional elements.
>> ii.     Examples:
>> *       Trends in data protection standards
>> *       Best practices for using cloud concepts within a digital
>> preservation strategy
>> *       Cost-benefit analysis techniques for infrastructure planning
>> 
>> 
>> The Standards and Practices group has been brainstorming a bit already 
>> and have posted some of their ideas here:
>> http://www.loc.gov/extranet/wiki/osi/ndiip/ndsa/index.php?title=Nation
>> al_Agenda_Standards_Brainstorm
>> 
>> It's a good model for identifying what the key issues might be and a 
>> good way to think about which topics should be included in the 2014 
>> National Agenda and have more in-depth discussion.
>> 
>> All best,
>> 
>> Michelle
>> 
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