From the Hydra Community:
The PSU team successfully deployed ScholarSphere on Fedora 4 into production this past Saturday April 12th.
It took approximately 20 hours to migrate our code and our data from Fedora 3 (Sufia 5) to Fedora 4 (Sufia 6) on our production servers.
The transition went smoothly and our upgraded system has been running well for the past two days.
Thank you to my team (Adam Wead, Hector Correra, and Michael Tribone), Penn State ITS Services an Solutions, Penn State Libraries, and the Hydra community for all the hard work and funding that made this transition possible!
Yale University Library and Yale ITS are pleased to sponsor a conference and public lecture on ScholarSphere, a software project developed at Penn State University, based on the same open-source Hydra/Fedora framework in use at YUL.
Yale University Library and ITS are investigating the possible adoption of this solution to enable Yale faculty and researchers to self-archive their own digital content in a managed, secure repository for controlled or open dissemination as well as for their own use. Our speakers will talk about the ScholarSphere project both from a technical perspective and as a service model. More information on the ScholarSphere website here.
Patricia Hswe, Digital Content Strategist and Head, ScholarSphere User Services at Penn State University
Daniel Coughlin, Ph.D. Candidate at Penn State University
via Yale University Library News: ScholarSphere Conference Archives.