Key features of Fedora

  • Store all types of content and associated metadata
    • Digital content of any type can be managed and maintained
    • Metadata about content in any format (e.g. RDF, XML) can be managed and maintained
  • Scale to millions of objects of any size
  • Access services via RESTful APIs
  • Model content using linked data best-practices
  • Store content in local or external filesystems
  • Index content to an external search index (e.g. Solr)
  • Index content to an external triplestore (e.g. Fuseki, Sesame)
  • Trigger workflows to external services using JMS messages
  • Manage authorization using a pluggable framework
  • Create and manage versions for any repository content
  • Conduct routine fixity checks on repository content
  • Maintain a complete audit history for all repository content
  • Leverage transactions for consistency and performance improvements
  • Set up a cluster for high-availability and read performance
  • Easily deploy the WAR file into a servlet container
  • Disseminate metdata using an OAI-PMH Provider Service
  • Choose from multiple, customer driven front-ends, including:
Check out the latest Fedora documentation for more detail on features and capabilities.