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Archivematica: using micro-services and open-source software to deliver a comprehensive digital curation solution

Peter Van Garderen

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    <title>Archivematica: using micro-services and open-source software to deliver a comprehensive digital curation solution</title>
    <date dateType="Issued">2010-09-20</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;Digital curation micro-services offer a light-weight alternative to preservation systems that are developed on digital repository stacks. These are often too complex for small and medium-sized memory institutions to deploy and maintain. The Archivematica project integrates&amp;nbsp;a suite of open-source tools that allows users to process digital objects from ingest to access while applying format specific preservation policies. Inspired by a call to action in a recent UNESCO Memory of the World report, the goal of the Archivematica project is to reduce the cost and technical complexity of deploying a comprehensive, interoperable digital curation solution that is compliant with standards and best practices.&lt;/p&gt;</description>
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