Finally, a first semi-public demo instance is available to the OPF community. The current version features
– an overview on basic emulation services; different emulator + OS platforms are available for testing. The next bwFLA release will feature a sophisticated user management, i.e. users can start with a base image, clone this image as a dedicated user machine and further develop it to a dedicated rendering environment for certain digital artifacts;
– bwFLA / EaaS as a digital curation tool for dig. art by the example of Transmediale (http://www.transmediale.de/) CD-ROM art.
Access to the demo is password protected. Password and a quick overview of the demo features can be found in the members-area of the wiki: http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/PT/bwFLA+test+demo+instance
If you are interested in the bwFLA workflows, our current use-cases and yet unreleased bwFLA features join the Webinar held by our dear college Annette on Tuesday, March 26 2012 at 12:00 BST / 13 CET.
Please register at: http://opf-bwfla-webinar.eventbrite.com/.