Digital Preservation Infrastructure in the University of Alberta Libraries Peter Binkley Digital Initiatives Technology Librarian peter.binkley@ualberta.ca.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Digital Preservation Infrastructure in the University of Alberta Libraries Peter Binkley Digital Initiatives Technology Librarian peter.binkley@ualberta.ca Slide 2 Before Slide 3 During Slide 4 After Sun STK5800 (Honeycomb) Slide 5 STK5800 Network-attached storage (NAS) Raw capacity: 26 tb; usable: ~22 tb Mean time to data loss: ~1.4 million years EOLed Opensource software being developed by a third party: Dewstream &gt; TierraCloud Slide 6 SAM-FS Sun Storage Archive Manager Policy-place data placement Continuous backup Slide 7 Architecture Slide 8 SAM-FS Storage Slide 9 Parameters and bottlenecks Preservables vs keepables vs backup How far offsite, and how to get it there? Slide 10 Concerns Heavy-duty infrastructure spinning disks use lots of power and create lots of heat Successor to the STK5800 Preservation of metadata: how do you preserve it if it wont hold still? Staffing: appropriate level of monitoring and checking Slide 11 Future Ongoing expansion Cloud storage? Trusted Digital Repository (TDR) Broader collaboration </p>

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