Diverse communities use LOCKSS networks to preserve all types of digital content.
Alabama Digital Preservation Network (ADPNet)
ADPNet is a distributed digital preservation network for locally created digital content. It represents a low-cost digital preservation solution for academic institutions, state agencies, and cultural heritage organizations in Alabama.
The CLOCKSS Archive is a not-for-profit collaboration of the world's leading academic publishers and research libraries, providing a sustainable dark archive to ensure the long-term survival of digital scholarly content.
Digital Federal Depository Library Program (USDocs)
The USDocs LOCKSS network replicates key aspects of the United States Federal Depository Library Program. The content is held in geographically-distributed sites and replicated many times. Citizens have oversight and responsibility for the long-term care and maintenance of the content. For all documents, preservation in a tamper-evident environment where any alteration of the content (either deliberate or accidental) is detected and repaired is important, but for government documents, this is essential.
Global LOCKSS Network (GLN)
The GLN, the world's longest-serving LOCKSS network, ensures local custody, failover access, and post-cancellation access for subscription and open-access electronic journals and books at over 100 global research and academic libraries.
MetaArchive Cooperative is a digital preservation network created and hosted by and for memory organizations. The mission of the MetaArchive Cooperative is to engage in sustainable digital preservation through community collaboration.
Public Knowledge Project Preservation Network (PKP PN)
PKP has developed the PKP PN to digitally preserve OJS journals. The PKP PN ensures that journals that are not part of any other digital preservation service can be preserved for long-term access. It allows OJS journal managers to register their journals for inclusion in the PKP PN by simply enabling a plugin in their OJS instance and agreeing to the terms of the Preservation Agreement.
SAFE Archive Federation Private LOCKSS Network (SAFE PLN)
The SAFE PLN is an international distributed preservation network based on LOCKSS technology, preserving Masters and PhD theses, academic publications and research data from 7 institutions.
The mission of the CGI-DPN is to preserve digital collections of government information. Digital preservation, for purposes of this policy, means ensuring the long-term viability of digital materials through geographically dispersed servers, protective measures against data loss, and forward format migration. Digital materials produced by government agencies that are at risk of being lost are preserved as part of the program. This network will also be used to act as a backup server in cases where the main server is unavailable. It will also act as a means of restoring lost data.
The Cariana Network arose from the need to create in the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT) a network of digital preservation services for Brazilian electronic documents, with the objective of guaranteeing continuous access in the long term.
Perma.cc helps scholars, journals, courts, and others create permanent records of the web sources they cite.
WestVault enables participants, using OwnCloud, to ingest digital content into a distributed digital preservation storage network, ensuring the longevity, integrity, and accessibility of critical digital content over the long-term. WestVault employs the award-winning LOCKSS software to provide a high-redundancy, independently-administered peer storage network spread across all 4 Western provinces. WestVault monitors content health and automatically repairs damage and recovers from data loss events.