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DRAS-TIC Linked Data: Evenly Distributing the Past
Memory institutions must be able to grow a fully-functional repository incrementally as collections grow, without expensive enterprise storage, massive data migrations, and the performance limits that stem from the vertical storage strategies. The Digital Repository at Scale that Invites Computation (DRAS-TIC) Fedora research project, funded by a two-year National Digital Platform grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), is producing open-source software, tested clusterdoi:10.3390/publications7030050 fatcat:pwf33yi625h33kdbx34hscjmna