Ambra is a high-volume, efficient and economical system for the publication of quality-assured research in all areas of science. Ambra is a unique publishing forum that exploits the full potential of the web to make the most of every piece of research. Written mostly in Java, Ambra is a webapp that can be run compliant servlet containers.
Ambra information model is build using Topaz and stored in customized Mulgara and Fedora servers. Ambra also makes use of an external SSO server built on top of CAS. Ambra communicates with these different servers over TCP, thus enabling a distributed production environment.
- Ambra FAQ
- Ambra Dev Documentation
- Ambra Application Configuration
- Ambra Wireframes
- Ambra Admin Wireframes
- Source Code
- Ambra/Topaz JavaDocs
- Maven Project Reports
- Topaz/Ambra Developers
- Ambra Configuration Implementation
- Ambra Information Model
- Ambra Security Module
- Ambra Templating
- Ambra OWL Information Model
RPM Installation Instructions
- SingleBoxInstall - Single machine used for all components/services
- MultiBoxInstall - Services/components distributed over multiple machines
- Ambra Article Format?
- Ambra Journals?
- Ambra Volumes and Issues?
- Ambra Ingest and Publication?
- Ambra Migrator
- Ambra Atom Feed
- Ambra Caches
You can participate in Ambra by joining one of the mailing lists:
- PLoS ONE Corpus Spec.doc (35.5 kB) -
Notes from discussion re: launch of PLoS ONE with entire PLoS corpus., added by rich on 05/10/06 15:18:33.
- PLoS ONE Sitemap 0.1.pdf (84.8 kB) - added by stevec on 09/12/06 13:56:49.
- PLoS ONE Sitemap 0.1.vdx (193.0 kB) -
Visio version of sitemap, added by stevec on 09/12/06 13:57:03.
- User Journey.ppt (0.7 MB) -
General storyboard of a user, added by stevec on 09/14/06 11:20:56.