The UCLA Library will be adopting the Islandora software framework for digital asset management and hosting. Islandora combines two widely used open software applications, Fedora and Drupal, for the repository layer and discovery layer respectively, along with a number of other open source components to create highly modular and standards-based environments. One of the principal attractions of the Islandora framework is that it builds on the strengths of robust open source solutions with large user bases and tested track records.
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