|System||Purpose of System||Type of System||Vendor||Stability of System||Benefits of System||Negatives of the System||TRAC-Compliant?||Provides Storage?||Yearly Membership Fee||Costs of Storage||Additional Memberships Needed?||Additional Membership Costs||Additional Costs?||Total Probable Costs for Participation||Link to vendor website||Add new columns here||Is there a public access interface?||Third party systems integration?||Is there an exit plan/ability to export (all content)?||Documentation available?||Features|
|Preservica||Digital Asset Management||Proprietary||Preservica||Yes, it is considered to be very stable||Security/access may be controlled at collection level; support and training provided by Preservica; integrates with other systems such as ArchiveSpace; can function and end-to-end system making content accessible to users as well||Cost; Need to identify lead institution if consortial "Your consortium nominates a lead organization to interface directly with Preservica for contracts and support."||Yes; can work with AWS or a private cloud||offers undetermined consortial pricing; Preservica Cloud Edition now available for less than $3,000 per year, "ultra-low-cost cloud storage pricing aligned to AWS S3 and Glacier prices"||No||AWS S3 / Glacier - quotes vary by product chosen||Quote for FLVC: Enterprise private cloud $21,500 one-time fee for implementation; Free implementation for Cloud Edition Professional||https://preservica.com/||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|Portico||Digital Preservation, E-journal and E-book preservation, national library service||Proprietary||Portico||highly stable, new technical infrastructure to accomodate 50% more content completed 2018, backups & redundacy||Checksums, uses baggit, can download from interface, can preserve MODS, XML, validate & migrate file formats, fixity checks||built with publishers and e-journals in mind, may not be as suited to our needs; proprietary metadata schema (PMD) used for |
preservation packages; transforms all descriptive metadata into Dublin Core, resulting in potental loss of data from other schema
|yes||yes||? - "Determine your fees for e-journals and e-books based on your LME. |
Note that there is no library participation fee for digitized historical
|? "Financial contributions for digital collections by publishers are determined after we review sample content."||?||?||https://www.portico.org/||No||only as inbound linking of OA journals||no||yes|
|Arkivum/Perpetua||digial preservation solution (service) designed specifically for the Heritage, Libraries and Higher Education markets||Open Source (Archivematica software paired with AtoM) managed by Arkivum/Perpetua.||Arkivum/Perpetua|
Stable, uses existing opens source tech, very flexible. Can be based on local storage and infrastructure, or cloud-based.
|Local control, cloud-based management, format upconverting management, centralized access point for all formats, supports any format|
Open source, costs. Fees for setting up integrations and annual maintenance for 3rd party systems. 100mb file size maximum for drag/drop upload interface (no cap when using WebDav)
|Yes||Yes, also integrates with other storage solutions|
Yes, based on number of integrations, modules used, hosted storage if used.
Varies, starts at 1TB. Can use on-site storage or existing storage contracts.
Fees for integrating into individual platforms.
Quotes are determined by amount of data, number of workflow modules, amount of storage (if any), and number of integrations
|Yes - via EBSCO Discover Service or existing interface||Yes||Inbuilt|
|LOCKSS||digital preservation archive for scholarly content||Openly Liscensed software, documentation, and model||None/LOCKSS||Stable/based upon local storage and infrastructure||Local control. Distributed copies of content continuously checked against other network copies|
A Florida-wide network would be at risk to systemic failures of funding or regional disasters. Requires local expertise to function. Built primarily to serve serials and publisher provided content.
Storage. Optional technical support.
|Amazon Web Services||Commercial Storage||Proprietary, cloud-based||Amazon|
Unknown. Widespread adoptionfor individual and commercial use.
|Largest commercial digital storage vendor in the world. Ubiquitous useage across fields. Cloud based access. Experience working with compliance issues||blackbox. privacy issues. Storage only.||No.||Yes||No|
Varies. As low as $0.00099 per GB per month for Glacier Deep Archive
Costs for retrieval and other management fees.
|Archivematica||Digital Preservation (Dark Archive)||Open Source||ArchivesDirect (in US)||Active User Community and stable code home with Artefactual; widely used so even if Artefactual went down, the code would be safe and the community would porbably remain intact.||Open Source (so active community developing and dealing with bugs), based on accepted digitization standards (METS, PREMIS, Dublin Core, the Library of Congress BagIt specification and other recognized standards), Good format capatability (and integrated with PRONOM), Integration with third party systems to allow for easy moving between systems as needed, excellent documentation||Open Source (free like a puppy!), Installation can be tricky (and documentation assumes a certain level of expertise) and there are fee-based services for installation help specifically, costs for storage if self-hosting, costs for getting a hosted version||Can be - there is a TRAC review tool built into Archivematica to review collections and note where issues exist in terms of TRAC compliance.||If hosted; if not, organization will need to set up storage external to the software using the Storage Service code. AWS is a good match.||No (unless you pay for a hosted version)||Would depend on the storage solution and how much material is being stored||Not unless the org wants to participate in a seperate system like LOCKSS||N/A||Organization resources - staff time mostly along with costs for storage if self-hosting||Dependent on the amount of material being hosted through Archivematica (FSU hasn't really got it up and running yet but will share numbers when we have them!)||Archivematica: https://www.archivematica.org/en/ // ArchivesDirect (for hosting): https://duraspace.org/archivesdirect/||No - public access must be through a third party||Yes: dSpace, CONTENTdm, Islandora, LOCKSS, AtoM, DuraCloud, OpenStack, Archivists' Toolkit, Arkivum, ArchivesSpace||Yes||Yes - lots! https://www.archivematica.org/en/docs/|
|APTrust||Digital Preservation (Dark Archive)||Membership model||Managed and Operated by University of Virginia||Stable; membership model is steady and it is a member-driven consortium DP network. Excellent governance model in place||Consortium of higher ed orgs running the system, long history of success in the network, really active community that has developed good documentation and best practices for contributing to the network, no need to run anything in-house; all web-based access||Cost, unclear from documentation freely available the work that goes into getting materials into AP Trust||They have done a TRAC audit of the system in the past and it went well||Yes||$20,000||The annual fee includes the first 10TB; Additional blocks of content are currently charged at $420 per TB. A new program started in 2018-19, a Glacier-only service with three copies of content in separate availability zones in the AWS data center of the depositor's choice. We will provide this service, which represents a lower-assurance preservation component for institutional preservation programs, at an initial cost of $60 per terabyte per year (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PIlD3JWhdyBlRglgkZ_gtIbNgU1j_XCOjc7C3swrsvg/edit)||No||No||No||at least $20,000 for up to 10TB||http://aptrust.org/||No||Not that I could find||Yes||Yes; https://wiki.aptrust.org/Main_Page|
|Microsoft Azure||Commercial Storage||Proprietary, cloud-based||Microsoft|
|MetaArchive||Digital Preservation (Dark Archive)||Proprietary; uses LOCKSS software||Yes. Membership terms are 3 years, determined by category, e.g. Collaborative $2,500; Preservation $3,000.||Storage fees are assessed annually based on the amount of content a member is storing within the network. 2019 storage fee rates: $0.59 per GB per year / $585 per TB per year||Cache Hosting Equipment fee if applicable; Technology fee may apply to those in Preservation membership category||https://metaarchive.org/join-us/||workflow maps from various participants https://metaarchive.org/documentation-resources/|
FL-Islandora (Islandora version 7.x)
|Digital Access||Open Source|
An end of support timeline for Islandora 7 is posted to https://islandora.ca/content/islandora-7-and-8-version-support-timeline . Open source community updates will end April 2022.
Islandora 8 is released, and the open source community has a migration script and process.
|Islandora 7 community documentation: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/ISLANDORA/Start|
FALSC's documentation: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/ISLANDORA/Start
A summary of digital preservation features available in Islandora 7 is available at https://ruebot.net/2014/01/digital-preservation-tools-and-islandora/
These are not implemented at FLVC/FALSC as of summer 2019.
Islandora 8 was released in late spring 2019. A list of features available in Islandora 8 is available at https://islandora.ca/content/islandora-8-fact-sheet
|Rosetta||Digital Asset Management||Proprietary||ExLibris||https://www.exlibrisgroup.com/products/rosetta-digital-asset-management-and-preservation/|
|Vital||digital object repository and management system (a preservation component had been planned)||Proprietary||Innovative Interfaces, Inc.|
|RODA (Repository of Authentic Digital Records)|
|HathiTrust||A partnership of research libraries; preserve and provide access to the published scholarly record. (Preservation is a secondary goal)|
|Archive-It||Web Archiving Only|
|Digital Bedrock||Dark Archive||tape-based||Digital Bedrock||Pricing algorithm is very clear;||Yes: storage is purchased and used by account holders (sets of tapes are purchased)||https://www.digitalbedrock.com/|