Monthly Archives: October 2012

Additional reading on open source virtualization

If you’re interested in open source virtualization, I’ve composed a brief list of websites which could be worth checking out. A feature comparison of various virtualization platforms. (Including also some proprietary software): A blog post about KVM vs. Xen. … Continue reading

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Open Source Virtualization

A solid platform is essential for any operational software. The platform term itself can be used for both hardware and software but in this context I’m only referring to software. It’s highly practical in terms of scalability, reliability and development to … Continue reading

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Open Source – part of the preservation

This time I present some ideas behind this project. The preservation of digital contents is a continuous process that will last decades and centuries. Therefore preservation organisation – not depending if it is a content owner or a preservation service … Continue reading

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Open source archive systems

During the past few months I’ve been scouting and evaluating several open source solutions already in use or in the final stages of development. The research process has included visiting conferences e.g. Archiving 2012 in Copenhagen in June, participating discussions … Continue reading

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OSA Project Blog started

Dear readers, this is the start date of Project OSA activities in the social media. We will introduce our activities in the project via this website and bring our ideas to archiving community in Finland, Europe and World. We try … Continue reading

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