A digital repository software package that may be used to accept, manage and publish digital objects. It is widely used in academia as a system to manage academic research papers, electronic theses and other distinct digital resources. EPrints offers an extensible plug-in architecture, enabling data processing activities to be tailored to the requirements of the institution.
Fedora Commons (Flexible Extensible Digital Object Repository Architecture) is widely used in the academic sector as a basis for the creation of an digital library, archive, or repository system. Fedora provides a set of software tools to ingest, manage and deliver digital objects. Fedora Objects may contain many types of information, including descriptive, technical, preservation and relationship metadata. The Fedora server architecture exposes a set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for submission, management, access and search.