Atmire updates & articles


A Glimpse into Progress: Atmire's DSpace 7 Advancements (Oct-Nov)

The Atmire team has been hard at work, addressing existing bugs and enhancing the performance of DSpace 7 with the latest release of DSpace 7.6.1. Our commitment to providing institutions with a seamless experience has led to significant improvements that cater to the diverse needs of our users. Here's a quick rundown of our most noteworthy achievements from the past two months:


Scholarly Commons at University of Pennsylvania migrates to Atmire

A team at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries has successfully completed the migration of Scholarly Commons, the University’s open access institutional repository. This migration involved transitioning from BePress Digital Commons to an Atmire repository.


Atmire welcomes 23 new repository projects in the past 8 months

It's been a while since we wrote an update on our website, and here's why.


DSpace 7.0 Release Now Available!

The long awaited and much anticipated DSpace 7.0 is now available. This release introduces a brand new (Angular) UI which brings together the best of both the JSPUI and XMLUI worlds. All the features you've come to expect from DSpace are re-imagined and re-implemented. This new UI is also backed by a brand new REST API, which opens all data and features to the web, allowing DSpace to integrate or interact with external systems/services like never before. This release brings the entire user community under a single UI, allowing us to move more quickly together.


Highly integrated Radboud Repository upgraded to DSpace 6

Bolstering commitment to open access and open source, Radboud University Nijmegen completed a major DSpace upgrade and migration to Atmire managed hosting.


Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security migrates to Open Repository

In less than 2 months, WODC, Atmire and Delta Kwadrant migrated Fedora collections to Open Repository.


Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) relaunches on DSpace

The DOAB Foundation is pleased to share that the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) has successfully migrated to a new open source environment, based on DSpace 6.


DSpace 7 Testing

Atmire and the DSpace community are gearing up for the DSpace 7 Testathon. Find out how you can contribute.