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As October comes to a close and we look ahead to November, the Emulation-as-a-Service-Infrastructure (EaaSI) team is excited to share a new blog post entitled “EaaSI Software Development: Considerations, Priorities, and Commitments.”
In this post, EaaSI team members Ethan Gates, Klaus Rechert, Euan Cochrane, and Seth Anderson share insight on how the EaaSI team approaches software development, including:
Considerations that guide software development priorities
EaaSI’s development commitments and promised funder deliverables
The process for making development decisions
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Emulation-as-a-Service Infrastructure (EaaSI) is focused on enabling organizations to to configure, share, and access software emulated environments at scale. EaaSI is focused on a distributed, community-driven architecture that integrates with existing digital preservation infrastructure. This directly complements existing efforts by the Software Preservation Network and others to address key aspects of software preservation including legal advocacy, research about local software preservation needs, institutional capacity building for software preservation, collection development, professional development and training, and workflow recommendations.
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