The NetarchiveSuite software was originally developed by the two national deposit libraries in Denmark, The Royal Library (KB) and The State and University Library (SB), and has been running in production, harvesting the Danish world wide web since 2005. The French National Library (BnF) and the Austrian National Libraries (ONB) joined the project in 2008.
The NetarchiveSuite is a complete web archiving software package developed from 2004 and onwards. The primary function of the NetarchiveSuite is to plan, schedule and run web harvests of parts of the Internet. It scales to a wide range of tasks, from small, thematic harvests (e.g. related to special events, or special domains) to harvesting and archiving the content of an entire national domain. The software has built-in bit preservation functionality. The systems architecture allows for the software to be distributed among several machines, possibly on more than one geographical location. The NetarchiveSuite is built around the Heritrix web crawler, which it uses to harvest the web.
The software is released with full source under the LGPL license.
- Documentation — This page provides links to all the NetarchiveSuite documentation.
- Releases and downloads — You can find the list of of NetarchiveSuite releases here.
- Curators — Information on curator related NetarchiveSuite issues.
- Development — Development related information
- Project — Project information
- Subprojects — List of the subproject run in parallel to the core project.
- Free text search — You can find information on how free text search is done in NetarchiveSuite.
Blog: Finished moving source code to GitHub
Jun 11, 2014
Blog: NetarchiveSuite 4.4 is now ready
May 12, 2014
Blog: Initial proposal for agenda ready
Nov 09, 2011
Blog: Final date set to 24-25 november
Sep 21, 2011
Blog: 2011 workshop in december
Jun 16, 2011