|Purpose||The DPSP is a collection of four software applications which support the goal of digital preservation.|
| Source Code Repository
||GNU General Public License v3|
The Digital Preservation Software Platform (DPSP) is free and open source software developed by the National Archives of Australia. The DPSP is a collection of software applications which support the goal of digital preservation.
The DPSP comprises:
- Xena - Xena stands for XML Electronic Normalising for Archives. Xena converts digital files to standards based, open formats.
- Digital Preservation Recorder (DPR) - DPR handles bulk preservation of digital files via an automated workflow.
- Checksum Checker - Checksum Checker is a piece of software that is used to monitor the contents of a digital archive for data loss or corruption.
- Manifest Maker - Manifest Maker produces a tab-separated list of digital files in a specified location. The manifest includes the checksum, path and filename of each digital file.