NEWS RELEASE: New DuraCloud services provide cost effective preservation and archiving in the cloud | DuraCloud 2012-09-19


“Today the DuraSpace organization announced new DuraCloud subscription plans that offer three levels of cost effective digital preservation and archiving services in the cloud. Prices for the new subscription plans are competitive with commercial cloud providers and do not require additional transfer or variable costs.  DuraCloud customers of the managed service can now choose between three plans that offer various solutions for preservation and enterprise use cases. The DuraCloud Preservation Basic subscription is great for institutions that would like to have two redundant copies of their original content stored at one cloud data center. For added protection, the DuraCloud Preservation Plus plan is perfect for institutions that wish to have four redundant copies of their original content stored at two cloud data centers. TheDuraCloud Enterprise subscription plan provides a full suite of configurable DuraCloud features and is ideal for institutions that need multiple  DuraCloud sub-accounts for departments, research groups, cross institutional projects, or individuals. To ensure preservation of irreplaceable content DuraCloud now offers automated weekly content health checks, reporting, file repair  and more...  or archiving digital library materials and research output from academic institutions, museums, government organizations and professional organizations DuraCloud is the only managed software service that archives content across more than one cloud provider so that documents, imagery and videos are always accessible. DuraCloud runs on Amazon AWS, Rackspace and in the near future on the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) Cloud...”


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Date tagged:

09/19/2012, 20:10

Date published:

09/19/2012, 16:10