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Bleeding Edge

This documentation covers bleeding-edge updates to the 6.x version of Fedora. Looking for another version? See all documentation.

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Fedora is a standards-based, open source repository designed for the robust preservation of digital content.  It provides a REST interface based on web standards including the  Linked-Data Platform (LDP)Web Access Control (Solid/WebAC)Memento, and Activity Streams 2.0 specifications.   Persistent content is stored on disk using the  Oxford Common Filesystem Layout (OCFL), the gold-standard of application-independent, transparent, and robust file storage.   Applications can easily integrate with Fedora via the well-documented HTTP interface or via a messaging broker using STOMP or JMS protocols.  For more information about the Fedora Repository project and community, go to Fedora Repository Home.  



 Architecture

Simplified Fedora Architecture








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