The increased speed and capacity of application production capabilities, and the elimination of the production backlog, allowed us to become more transparent about the state of content during the preservation process. This kind of rapid development and excellent use of resources sets a great standard for us all, and I congratulate the team, for the leadership provided to make this happen.
Client is a leading digital preservation services organization in the world, archives the largest and broadest collection of E-Journals, E-Books and other digital content (digital newspapers, images and other primary sources vital to any research) of any third-party preservation archive. This archive is used by various participating libraries as a post-cancellation access point. To deliver the archived content, a legacy web based delivery platform was built in 2006 using Open Source Technologies on top of a Documentum Repository. The archive has hundreds of terra bytes of content with over 40 million E-Journals and 30 thousand E-Books as well as numerous digital collections.
The legacy web delivery platform had numerous challenges in terms of Security, Stability, Scalability, Extensibility and Performance issues:
Docmation team worked with both business and technical teams to design and implement a flexible solution involving state-of-the-art technology stack and design principles