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Good Practices – Internationale Lösungen :  Good Practices – Internationale Lösungen Archivierungssysteme und Vertrauenswürdigkeit Dr. Uwe Borghoff, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute for Software Technology Preserving Born-Digital Public Records at The National Archives Adrian Brown, Head of Digital Preservation, The National Archives, UK Das deutsche Projekt kopal - Kooperativer Aufbau eines Langzeitarchivs digitaler Informationen Tobias Steinke, Projektleiter kopal der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek Archivierungssysteme und Vertrauenswürdigkeit :  Archivierungssysteme und Vertrauenswürdigkeit Dr. Uwe Borghoff, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institut für Softwaretechnologie Decision Process:  Decision Process Developing the Criteria Catalog:  Developing the Criteria Catalog Criteria Catalog General Attributes:  Criteria Catalog General Attributes Overall system architecture Design principles, compliance with standards or recommendations (e.g, OAIS, OAI etc.) Explicit long-term features E.g., file format registry, preservation meta-data scheme Object organization E.g., single object, collections, identification Metadata organization + Rights / Role management Consumer / producer / archive operator Functions Ingest / access / archival storage / administration Criteria Catalog General Attributes (cont’d):  Criteria Catalog General Attributes (cont’d) System / application integration Library system / publishing system / other archives federation / cooperation / user communities Software architecture Hardware basis Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (ingest):  Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (ingest) Accepted submission formats Object format / identification E.g., file format restrictions Object organization E.g., hierarchies, links, versions, variants Access procedures for producers meta-data scheme incl. meta-data entry procedure Batch ingest / conversion / (formal) quality checking / dedicated workflow For meta-data: manually / automatic extraction / 3rd party Overall throughput DigiTool-Workflow at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek:  DigiTool-Workflow at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (access):  Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (access) Access procedure for consumer Remote vs. local / multilingual / help system / notification services / communication protocols Search / retrieval Metadata indexes / navigation / full text search / inspection of class methods Dissemination form of objects / metadata Conversion on the fly / on demand Accounting, e.g. as part of a Digital Rights Management Federation access or replication transparency Interoperation Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (storage):  Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (storage) Physical storage media / interfaces / abstraction Limits e.g., number / size of objects (or relations) Conceptional organization of objects and metadata Object format (file format) / object identification Versions (time lines) vs. Variants (manifestations) Relationships object – metadata E.g., multiplicity (simultaneous support of various schemes) Mapping of conceptual organization to logical elements E.g., files / database tables) Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (admin):  Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (admin) Access procedures for administrators Local / remote / special protection Administration of object and metadata Deletion of collection / reorganization Updates (for new elements) / controlled vocabulary Administration of user access OAIS-roles like producer / consumer / admin / management Object related rights Administration of physical storage E.g., allocation of storage for objects / collections / roles Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (admin cont’d):  Criteria Catalog Functional Attributes (admin cont’d) Access to internal interfaces E.g., to basic database schemes / storage system Configuration / scaling E.g., scalability transparency Disaster management / Trustworthiness Backup / recovery Redundancy / replication / fragmentation for availability Monitoring / reporting Trouble ticket systems / error reports / statistics / metrics Criteria Catalog Non-Functional Attributes:  Criteria Catalog Non-Functional Attributes Product Costs Initial purchase / license / leasing / maintenance / updates Training Personal resources Initial installation / operating End user support, e.g., hotline / newsletter / FAQ Long-term preservation, e.g., monitoring applied (embedded) technologies / media migration Quality w.r.t. manufacturer / product / support Company structure / development status Market penetration / user community Slide14:  Comparison Preserving Born-Digital Public Records at The National Archives :  Preserving Born-Digital Public Records at The National Archives Adrian Brown, Head of Digital Preservation at The National Archives, UK The National Archives (UK):  The National Archives (UK) The National Archives (UK):  The National Archives (UK) Both a government department and executive agency of the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs Established 2003, brings together: Public Record Office (1838) Historical Manuscripts Commission (1869) Office of Public Sector Information (2005) Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (1786) Based at Kew, London Employs 580 staff Collection:  Collection One of the largest archival collections in the world Unbroken span of records from 11th century to present day 180 kilometres of paper records 250 TB of digitised and born-digital records 400 TB new transfers scheduled by 2009 Drivers for change:  Drivers for change eGovernment 2004/5 Modernising Government targets Freedom of Information New audiences and improving access Increased efficiencies Drivers for change:  Drivers for change From kilometres… Vision:  Vision Lead and transform information management Guarantee the survival of today’s information for tomorrow Bring history to life for everyone Developments at TNA:  Developments at TNA National Digital Archive of Datasets (1996) PRONOM (2002) Digital Archive (2003) Web Archiving Programme (2003) Electronic Records Online (2005) Seamless Flow (2005 - 2008) Shared Services (2007-?) National Digital Archive of Datasets:  National Digital Archive of Datasets Established in 1996 Operated under contract by University of London Holds over 150 datasets dating back to 1963 www.ndad.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ NDAD:  NDAD PRONOM:  PRONOM An online technical registry A resource for anyone requiring impartial and definitive information about the file formats, software products and other technical components required to support long-term access to electronic records and other digital objects of cultural, historical or business value A knowledge base to support automated preservation services PRONOM:  PRONOM 2002: First version released (internal) 2003: Made available on the Web 2005: Major new version released 2006: PRONOM Unique Identifier scheme launched 2007: New releases as part of Seamless Flow www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pronom/ PRONOM:  PRONOM Digital Archive:  Digital Archive Operational in April 2003 Secure (air-gapped) storage for born-digital public records Scalable storage to >1 PB Records stored in robotic tape libraries with secure off-site backup Metadata stored in Oracle database Web Archiving Programme:  Web Archiving Programme Selection Based on 6 core functions of government Frequency based on content analysis and topicality 11 sites collected weekly 53 sites collected biannually Flexible collection of additional sites Now expanding to whole of .gov.uk domain Web Archiving Programme:  Web Archiving Programme Contract with Internet Archive 2003-2005, and with European Archive from 2005 Regular crawls Member of UK Web Archiving Consortium Special crawls Supporting UK website rationalisation Developing UK web archiving strategy Web Archiving Programme:  Web Archiving Programme www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/preservation/webarchive/ Electronic Records Online:  Electronic Records Online Seamless Flow:  Seamless Flow Passive Preservation Appraisal & Selection Transfer Active Preservation Resource Discovery Delivery & Presentation Seamless Flow:  Seamless Flow Macro appraisal system for electronic records Online transfer systen New passive preservation system based on Digital Archive New active preservation system centred on PRONOM New version of Electronic Records Online Titel einfügen:  Titel einfügen Shared Preservation Services:  Shared Preservation Services Intermediate archive for central government Preservation of semi-current records for 5-100 years Eliminates wasteful duplication of effort Passive preservation storage may be contracted-out Active preservation services provided by TNA Currently seeking initial funding for 5 years Collaboration:  Collaboration PLANETS InSPECT Preserv Global Digital Format Registry The National Archives (UK):  The National Archives (UK) Thank you! Das deutsche Projekt kopal - Kooperativer Aufbau eines Langzeit-archivs digitaler Informationen :  Das deutsche Projekt kopal - Kooperativer Aufbau eines Langzeit-archivs digitaler Informationen Tobias Steinke, Projektleiter kopal der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek Übersicht:  Übersicht Motivation Organisation Technische Lösung Stand und Ausblick kopal: Motivation:  kopal: Motivation Neues Gesetz über die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Pflichtabgabe und Sammelauftrag auch für Netzpublikationen Bisher bereits digitale Publikationen auf Datenträgern (z. B. CD-ROM) Deutsches Musikarchiv: Sammlung von digitaler Musik Seit Mitte 2006 Hoher Bedarf bei vielen deutschen Institutionen nach Langzeitspeicher für digitales Material Bereits vorhandenen Materialen: Elektronische Dissertationen (DissOnline), E-Journals, Digitalisate Zukünftig: E-Books, Webseiten kopal: Organisation:  kopal: Organisation BMBF-gefördertes Projekt (2004 – 2007) Partner und Rollen: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek: Gesamtprojektleitung, Nutzung, Softwareentwicklung (koLibRI) Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Göttingen: Nutzung, Softwareentwicklung (koLibRI) IBM Deutschland: Softwareentwicklung (DIAS) Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung Göttingen (GWDG): Systemhosting kopal: Systemübersicht:  kopal: Systemübersicht GWDG (Göttingen) Konto 1 Konto 2 SUB Göttingen Deutsche Nationalbibliothek (Frankfurt) kopal: Technische Lösung:  kopal: Technische Lösung Kern basiert auf DIAS von IBM für die Niederländische Nationalbibliothek und auf Standardsoftware Folgt dem OAIS-Referenzmodell Mandantenfähigkeit: Logisch getrennte Speicherbereiche Open-Source-Software für lokale Anbindung: koLibRI (kopal Library for Retrieval and Ingest) Offenes Archivobjektformat mit speziellen Metadaten zur Langzeitarchivierung (Universelles Objektformat) Langzeitverfügbarkeit durch zukünftige Dateiformatmigration (Konvertierung und Versionsverwaltung) Datensicherung durch Dienstleister (GWDG) kopal: Stand und Ausblick:  kopal: Stand und Ausblick DIAS in Göttingen installiert und produktiv nutzbar koLibRI als Vorversion bereits frei verfügbar Projektende: 30.06.2007 Entwicklung von Nachnutzungsszenarien Teilnehmer: Archivieren bei DNB oder SUB Göttingen Mandant: Eigens Konto im Göttinger DIAS Eigenbetrieb: Weiteres DIAS-System http://kopal.langzeitarchivierung.de/ Good Practices – Österreichische Aktivitäten :  Good Practices – Österreichische Aktivitäten Die digitale Zukunft im Österreichischen Staatsarchiv GD Dr. Lorenz Mikoletzky, Österreichisches Staatsarchiv Langzeitarchivierung elektronischer Dokumente – eine neue Herausforderung für Nationalbibliotheken GD Dr. Johanna Rachinger, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

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