DAITSS is a digital preservation software application developed by the Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) with some support from the IMLS. DAITSS is used by the Florida Digital Archive (FDA), a long-term preservation repository service provided by the Florida Virtual Campus for the use of the libraries of the eleven publicly-funded universities in Florida.
DAITSS provides automated support for the functions of Submission, Ingest, Archival Storage, Access, Withdrawal, and Repository Management. It is architected as a set of RESTful Web Services and micro-services but enforces strict controls to ensure the integrity and authenticity of archived content. It implements active preservation strategies based on format-specific processing including, where necessary, normalization and forward migration. It is particularly well suited for materials in text, document, image, audio and video formats.
DAITSS was written for a multi-user environment and supports consortial as well as institutional preservation repositories.
DAITSS is available for use through a GPLv3 license. This website provides access to a fully configured VM version of DAITSS that can be downloaded to run under any VM manager, along with sample SIPs (submission packages) and documentation.
For more general information about DAITSS, see:
TRY the DAITSS stand-alone Description Service which performs format identification, validation and characterization on a given file.