Preservation environments for digital records are successful when they can separate the digital record from any dependence on the original creating infrastructure. Data grid technology, which supports the management of records that are located on multiple storage systems, provides the software needed for infrastructure independence. This article provides a description of how data grid technology can be used to support preservation processes and of existing preservation environments that are based upon data grids.
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Research Article| August 24 2007
Building Preservation Environments with Data Grid Technology
The American Archivist (2006) 69 (1): 139–158.
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Reagan Moore; Building Preservation Environments with Data Grid Technology. The American Archivist 1 January 2006; 69 (1): 139–158. doi: https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.69.1.176p51l2w5278567
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