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The Constitution of Library: Intelligent Approaches to Composing Fine Grained Microservices
The next phase of Penn State's institutional digital stewardship program will involve prototyping a suite of curation services to enable users to manage and enrich their digital content -- we’re just about to get started on this, at the time this proposal was written. The curation services will be implemented following the microservices philosophy, and they will be stitched together via OpenSRF. We will talk about why we chose the “road to SRFdom,” colliding the ILS world with the repository world, how we implemented the curation services & architecture, and how OpenSRF might be helpful to you. Code will be shown, beware.
== The Constitution of Library: Intelligent Approaches Sounds great to Composing Fine Grained Microservices == * Simon Spero, (cthulhu at unc dot edu)** Doctoral Student, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.** Senior Partner, Spero Investigations. "We Hope the Helpless".  Abstract: As the amount of content <del>that's in</del> that's supposed to be in institutional and other large scale repositories continues to grow, the performance requirements for a ubiquitous digital curation fabric become much harder to meet. At the same time, the policy requirements for managing this information become increasingly more complicated, and the additional staff available to support these requirements continues to be predominately unicorn-american.  With requirements becoming more complicated, preservation actions need to be provided at a very fine granularity; however, composing these services into useful workflows becomes more and more complicated, and making sure that those workflows are supporting desired policy goals virtually impossible. This talk will describe proven technologies for for intelligent planning that have been used for tasks ranging from deploying armies to flying spacecraft (and less relevantly, for composing web services). The talk will also briefly overview some of the techniques used to optimize dynamic programming languages and HPC message passing systems, and suggest how they can be used to reduce or eliminate the overhead of fine grained microservices to support the rates of ingest and access needed to survive in a born-curated BWTHDKI
== Enhancing the Performance and Extensibility of the XC’s MetadataServicesToolkit ==
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