- Active Directory
- GNU E-Prints
- Desktop Machine
- Public/Private Network
- Local Server
- Touch screen system
- GNU E-Prints
- GNU E Prints
- Digital Library Software
- RFID Tag
- Database Management System
- Web Server
- Reference Information
- Provenance Information
- Context Information
- Fixity Information
2. Networks and Computing Infrastructure
2.1 Server-side Hardware Components
2.1.1 Input Devices
2.1.2 Storage Devices
2.1.3 Communication Devices
2.2 Server-side Software Components
2.2.1 Software Required for Content Creation
2.2.2 Software Required for Operations of Digital Library
2.2.3 Digital Library Software
- XML submission and storage: Digital objects are stored as XML-encoded files that conform to an extension of the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) schema.
- Parameterized disseminators: Behaviors defined for an object support user-supplied options that are handled at dissemination time.
- Access Control and Authentication: Although Advanced Access Control and Authentication are not scheduled until Phase II of the project, a simple form of access control has been added in Phase I of the project to provide access restrictions based on IP address. IP range restriction is supported in both the Management and Access APIs. In addition, the Management API is protected by HTTP Basic Authentication.
- Default Disseminator: The Default Disseminator is a built-in internal disseminator on every object that provides a system-defined behavior mechanism for disseminating the basic contents of an object.
- Searching: Selected system metadata fields are indexed along with the primary Dublin Core record for each object. The Fedora repository system provides a search interface for both full text and field-specific queries across these metadata fields.
- OAI Metadata Harvesting: The OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting is a standard for sharing metadata across repositories. Every Fedora digital object has a primary Dublin Core record that conforms to the schema. This metadata is accessible using the OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, v2.0.
- Batch Utility: The Fedora repository system includes a Batch Utility as part of the Management client that enables the mass creation and loading of data objects.
2.3 Client-side Hardware &amp; Software Components
Reading PDF Files
For Playing Audio and Video Files
File Transfer Client
Display and printing of Word, Powerpoint , Access Documents
Image Manipulation and Editing
GIMP (The GNU Image Manipulation Program)
3.0 Digital Libraries and Cloud Computing
- Compliant facilities and processes
- Cost effective
- Enterprise grade services and management
- Faster provisioning of systems and applications
- Flexible and innovative
- Flexible and resilient in disaster recovery
- Highly secured infrastructure
- Reduces hardware and maintenance cost
- Round the clock access
- Simplicity of integration
- Simplified cost and consumption model