DSpace & Fedora


DSpace manages the entire workflow of institutional repositories, governing every single stage. Through a customisable interface designed to meet the needs of different types of user, recognises and manages various types of digital resource formats.


Fedora (or Flexible Extensible Digital Object Repository Architecture) provides native linked data functionality, primarily by conforming with the W3C Linked Data Platform (LDP) specification. Descriptions of repository resources and the relationships between resources within and external to the repository are modeled as triples. User-provided vocabularies can be used to represent the predicates of these triples.


These products have a worldwide installed user base that includes academic and cultural heritage organizations, universities, research institutions, university libraries, national libraries, and government agencies.

DSpace is a out-of-the-box institutional repository application, while Fedora is better a framework for building digital repositories.

The DSpace and Fedora projects benefit from DuraSpace support. Duraspace is an independent not-for-profit organization providing leadership and innovation for open technologies.

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