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June 07, 2023


Rosetta, Ex Libris’ digital asset preservation solution used by 250 institutions around the world, is undergoing an exciting change to its architecture. Ex Libris, part of Clarivate, has recently announced a multi-year plan to migrate Rosetta to the Ex Libris cloud platform in 2024. With Rosetta on the cloud platform, it will be easier for libraries of all sizes to preserve, maintain, and showcase their collection of digital assets. For expert users, Rosetta will offer unparalleled flexibility, letting libraries customize preservation processes to their specific needs while maintaining top-level security. 


Daniel Greenberg, director of product management at Ex Libris says:  


“I am very excited to announce plans for next-generation updates to Rosetta. Our expanded team of product, software, user experience (UX), and security experts are working with our user community on creating the most reliable yet easy-to-use preservation solution. Community collaboration is in our DNA, and we will be leveraging advanced technologies in the platform to enhance that collaboration to serve the Rosetta and global preservation communities.”


Following the announcement, multiple institutions have already expressed their interest in becoming development partners. With their support, Ex Libris continues to enhance the offering of its digital preservation services. 

Learn how to build a sustainable preservation strategy and showcase your scholarly and cultural assets effortlessly with Rosetta on our website. 


About Rosetta: 

Rosetta by Ex Libris, part of Clarivate, is a preservation and digital asset management solution that enables libraries of all sizes to preserve and showcase their wide collection of assets, from born-digital to digitized, in a collaborative and simplified way. 

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