I'll chime into say that we've been using DSpace for our Data Repository
for the <https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/166578>University of
Minnesota (DRUM) <https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/166578> and if
you want to learn more ... colleagues and I published a comparison of our
data repositories' technology, staffing, and polices (Minnesota and Cornell
with DSpace and Michigan, Penn State, Illinois, and WashU with other
solutions) "Data Curation Network: How Do We Compare? A Snapshot of Six
Academic Library Institutions’ Data Repository and Curation
Also - I'd love to see an integration with Globus and Dspace similar to
Michigan functionality! We also ingest very large files (removed our upper
limit...) but for ease of transfer and download, this seems like a great
On Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 9:44:45 AM UTC-5, Monika Mevenkamp wrote:
> There was a question the other day about data and DSpace
> Below us info on Fulcrum - a Samvera based repo - which may be of interest
> as well
> Samvera is part of DuraSpace as well
> Monika Mevenkamp
> Digital Repository Infrastructure Developer
> Princeton University
> Phone: 609-258-4161
> Skype: mo-meven
> Begin forwarded message:
> *Subject: **[samvera-tech] University of Michigan - April 2018 Update*
> *Date: *April 12, 2018 at 9:15:33 AM EDT
> *Deep Blue Data <https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/data/>: Deep Blue Data has
> a new release with a workflow change and addition of Globus for big data
> downloads! Each data set in Deep Blue Data now provides users with the
> option to "Send to Globus to Download". Data sets that are larger than 2GB
> contain a message encouraging users to use Globus as the means to download
> the data. Data sets that are more than 10GB in size will only be
> downloadable through Globus. More information about Globus
> <https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/data/globus-help?locale=en> and how it can
> be used in Deep Blue Data is available on the Deep Blue Data website.
> At this point we are only using Globus to make data available from
> Deep Blue Data, we are not using it to ingest data into the repository.
> Researchers with more than 2GB of data to deposit will still need to
> contact Research Data Services to negotiate how to submit their data to
> Deep Blue Data. Currently, we can accept most data sets up to 1TB in
> size.Also, we have enabled the metadata of a dataset in Deep Blue Data to
> be included in the download as a text file when the user selects the
> "Download All Files" option. We had been concerned that some important
> information contained in the metadata, such as the license governing the
> use of the data, was being separated from the data set upon download.
> Having the metadata travel with the dataset ensures that users have the
> information they will need to better understand and make use of the data
> sets in Deep Blue Data.We have recently removed the option for our
> depositors to immediately publish their data in Deep Blue Data. Instead, a
> member of Research Data Services will conduct a quick review of the
> deposited dataset to be sure that it is complete and correct, and then
> publish it on behalf of the depositor. Thanks to Jeremy Morse(Fulcrum), and
> Jake Carlson(Deep Blue Data) for the updates.Best Regards,Nabeela *...on
> behalf of U-M Samvera group
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