MORe Aggregator


The Metadata & Object Repository (MoRe) is an easy and powerful tool to aggregate information. Harvest metadata from multiple sources in multiple schemas. Validate, clean and normalize large amounts of content. Transform into a common schema and publish to multiple targets.

Easy: No setup needed. MoRe is available as on Service on the Cloud. It’s highly intuitive UI makes aggregating information an amazingly easy job.

Flexible: MoRe provides a flexible, micro-services oriented architecture. Create your own micro-services in any programming language and integrate them into the aggregation workflow.

Scalable: It’s distributed architecture allows to scale both services and storage. Store your data in a fedora-commons repo, Apache Cassandra cluster. More storage solutions coming up soon.

Curation oriented: Take control of your data. MoRe automatic validates your content, measures quality and allows you to curate/enrich it using a variety of enrichment micro-services.


  • Multiple input sources: OAI-PMH 2.0, Wikimedia, Omeka, etc.
  • Multiple publish targets: OAI-PMH 2.0, Archive dump, Sesame RDF Store, SolR, etc.
  • Multiple schemas: DC, EDM, ESE, LIDO, EAD, CARARE, …
  • Flexible workflow: Define workflows per project.
  • Quality measurement: Measure completeness per package and per schema.
  • Enrichment services: Plethora of ready to use enrichment services.
  • Validation: Validate your metadata using flexible validation services.
  • Intuitive Statistics: Detailed aggregation statistics
  • Create your own services: Create your own enrichment services and integrate them easily.

…and much more!

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