The active wiki for the Samvera Community can be found here: https://samvera.atlassian.net/
|Data Curation Experts (DCE)|
Tenejo - Tenejo provides a fully-featured, flexible repository solution to showcase your digital content. You get the benefits of a Samvera-based solution including robust collection building, IIIF integration, workflow management, and many other features. Outsourcing your Samvera hosting eliminates your upgrade, staffing, hardware, bandwidth, backup, and security worries.
Hosting for Custom Applications - DCE provides full service hosting for custom developed Samvera applications.
|CoSector, University of London|
Hyku - Hyku is an out of the box Hyrax-based repository with support for multi-tenancy created from the 'Hydra-in-a-Box' project. We offer hosting of single- and multi-tenant Hyku instances.
HyraxLeaf - we also offer hosting of bespoke, tailored repositories based on our HyraxLeaf instance, including flexible content models and all of the other features of Hyrax such as flexible workflows, IIIF support and more.
In June of 2019, Notch8 is launching a hosted version of Hyku called HykuUP. Check out HykuUP.com for pricing and to sign up for the beta version today.
DevOps and Maintenance support: Notch8 provides up time monitoring, error tracking, security monitoring and patching of applications. We can also offer additional help in setting up your deployments and scripts. These services are available on Notch8 managed servers, or for projects hosted on external servers.
Ubiquity repositories (based on Hyku) are cloud hosted and open source, with no lock-in. Suitable for both large and small institutions, they provide high-quality hosting of publications, special collections, theses, Open Educational Resources and research data all in one place. The repositories are designed to be reputation-enhancing with attention to design, metrics and researcher engagement.
The platform is particularly well suited to multi-tenant solutions (for example see the UK Shared Research Repository) and as an open alternative to Bepress (for example see Pacific University's Common Knowledge repository, which is a successful migration). The platform also benefits from ongoing development of new features in the Advancing Hyku project.
Ubiquity repositories are also fully integrated with our open access publishing platform, providing journal, book, OER and research data publishing.
Ubiquity offers full support for migration, manages all cloud hosting, provides robust SLAs, as well as complete training and support. We also provide a dedicated account manager to assist with the ongoing development of your repository to ensure you get the most out of it.