16 - 21 Sep 2019
Preservica is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring and exhibiting at iPres 2019 in Amsterdam, 16th-20th September
iPres is the premier and longest-running conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004, the conference has brought together 300 – 400 scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts to share recent developments, innovative projects and to collaboratively solve problems.
Our team will on hand to discuss how you can keep your digital information accessible and usable over the long-term with Preservica’s proven and trusted cloud (SaaS) or on premise award-winning active digital preservation and access software.
To book a meeting with the one of the team contact us using the button below and be sure to attend one of our sessions:
Monday 16 September 2019, 13:30 — 16:30
Preservation Action Rules Workshop. Parcore: See one, Do one, Teach one
The Preservation Action Registries project (http://parcore.org) is developing a common and consistent way to describe and execute preservation policies and actions at a technical level. An initial data model has been created which defines a human and machine-readable way of describing preservation actions and the associated business rules that together make up preservation policies.
Tuesday 17 September 2019, 14:30 — 14:45
Building a User Group for a Digital Preservation Product
Speakers: Jon Tilbury, CTO Preservica, Remke Verdegem (Nationaal Archief) and Euan Cochrane (Yale University Library)
Digital Preservation places a strong emphasis on building communities to share experiences and develop solutions. Traditionally these communities were built on geographic or functional alignment or created through external grant funded research activities. As commercial Digital Preservation products have emerged vendors have created User Groups for their customers that seek to fulfil this function. Using the lessons of the 11-year history of the Preservica User Group, this paper explores how these User Groups function and compares this to studies of User Groups in other domains
Wednesday 18 September 2019, 15:30 — 16:00
GREAT DIGITAL PRESERVATION BAKE-OFF — Preservica demo
The Bake-Off is THE chance for vendors & developers to present – and curious digital preservation minds to inquire – how tools fare in comparable situations. The Bake-Off will consist of a number of showcase sessions covering both open source and commercial tools, which will be divided into two categories: full end-to-end solutions and content or workflow specific software.
Thursday 19 September 2019, 13:30 — 14:00
A pragmatic application of PREMIS
A data model is an expression of how a system is intended to be used, and a statement of how it should interact with other systems. As part of the development of the latest version of Preservica, the underlying data model was significantly altered, informed by what went before and by reference to the experiences and best practices distilled into the PREMIS Data Dictionary. This paper reports on some of the key decisions made in the application of the PREMIS concepts to an extant digital preservation system.