A (Repository) Bulk Migration Tool - SOURCE project - funded by Jisc

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Published on February 13, 2008

Author: dfflanders

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An update from the SOURCE project on development of a content bulk migration tool. Presented at the CETIS MDR SIG in London February 2008

SOURCE Sharing Objects Under Repository Control with Everyone A (Repository) Bulk-Migration Service [email_address]

An open content marketplace?

Bulk-Migration Tools container content OSID

generic user case

Architecture Overview Migration Service R 1 R 2 GET PUT Repository No.1 (source repository) Repository No.2 (target repository) OSID/API interface provider OSID/API interface consumer [other service] Other Service(s) Web Services Migration Service Migration Tool & GUI

object migration model

Object Model Metadata and asset are parts of an object (both are datastreams) OBJECT asset asset metadata asset metadata

alpha client tool

 

beta build

demonstrator Blackboard CMS Fedora Archive Repository iTunesU uTube Flickr Jorum OSID Service IPR -> Desc -> AuthN/AuthZ -> etc

zenith build

real world testing IR able to act as primary deposit with guarantee to deposit in multiple places Whole migration from one system to another, e.g. Dspace -> Fedora Migration with metadata transformation service being invoked, e.g. LOM -> DC Migration with object transformation invoked, e.g. IMS-CP -> APP Migration with datastream transformation, e.g. .mov -> .fla

IR able to act as primary deposit with guarantee to deposit in multiple places

Whole migration from one system to another, e.g. Dspace -> Fedora

Migration with metadata transformation service being invoked, e.g. LOM -> DC

Migration with object transformation invoked, e.g. IMS-CP -> APP

Migration with datastream transformation, e.g. .mov -> .fla

[email_address]

Overview (10K ft. +) Blackboard CMS Fedora Archive Repository iTunesU uTube Flickr Jorum OSID Service Tool + OSIDs = Semi-annual migration and disaggregation of objects into digital archive. Fedora Metadata Workflow: (human asset metadata assignment): descriptive, legal, archival, provenance… Selective migration of objects to registry of Repository OSIDs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 10

 

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