SEAD Member Node
SEAD (Sustainable Environment - Actionable Data), another DataNet, would like to become a DataONE Member Node
#1 Updated by Rebecca Koskela over 8 years ago
This is Kavitha Chandrasekar from Indiana University. I work for Beth Plale from Indiana University on the SEAD DataNet [[http://sead-data.net/]] project and had met you at the ESIP meeting. I wanted to follow up on our discussion in the ESIP meeting about how SEAD could become a member node under DataONE. More specifically, SEAD has three components active curation, social curation and long-term preservation. Our team is developing the long-term preservation component, namely SEAD Virtual Archive, which aims at preserving data in Institutional Repositories. We would like for SEAD Virtual Archive to become a member node under DataONE and have been working on implementing the DataONE member node search APIs. You had mentioned that John from Tennessee would be able to help us with any questions and with the process of registering SEAD Virtual Archive service as a member node. It would be great if you could let me know the next steps for contacting John and how to proceed with testing our service.
I am cc'ing Beth and Inna Kouper, the postdoc on the SEAD Virtual Archive project.
Research Software Engineer
Data to Insight Center,
Indiana University, Bloomington
#4 Updated by Chris Jones over 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to Testing
Kavitha has deployed a test MN server at va.d2i.indiana.edu:8081/sead/rest/mn/v1/node, and we are actively testing the node. Outstanding issues involve format typing of the objects, and some synchronization issues due to schema-invalid science metadata. Also, collections with very large item counts (~ 100K) present an issue with d1_indexing.
#5 Updated by Laura Moyers about 8 years ago
Status update: there will be a conference call with SEAD and NCED on 12 June 2013 to discuss the data relationship in DataONE of NCED's data which resides in SEAD. SEAD MN implementation is on hold until the decision is made about which data to make public and how to manage that data access. (LM)
#18 Updated by Laura Moyers about 6 years ago
- MN Description set to SEAD Virtual Archive is part of the SEAD DataNet project [http://sead-data.net/]. SEAD Virtual Archive is a thin virtualization layer on top of multiple university Institutional Repositories focusing on preservation of long-tail scientific data.
#19 Updated by Laura Moyers almost 6 years ago
DataONE and SEAD met 9/16/15 to discuss SEAD's plans for updating their infrastructure to their version 2.0. Version 1.5 is currently in place in SEAD's production system.
SEAD is broadening their content coverage beyond the Virtual Archive; in future, references to "VA" should be removed (date TBD).