Lessons learned: linked data hosting

The hosting review workpackage had originally identified Talis as the main option for external hosting. Talis wound up development of its external hosting platform during the Bricolage project’s lifetime, so this was no longer an option. The sustainability or otherwise of hosting and other platforms in relatively experimental areas of work is something to consider for future projects; having several options, in this case including internal hosting solutions, helps reduce risk of not being able to deliver on project plans. The Geology data will in any case be hosted as an integrated part of the museum’s new enhanced online presence. The Penquin Archive data will remain as a snapshot, also hosted on internal servers.

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  1. Update on the activities of the Phase 2 Discovery projects « Discovery Says:

    […] Bricolage project have shared their lessons learned relating to the following topics: Linked Data Hosting, Sustainability of Workflow and their overall […]

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