Mediaflux is a capable, general and extensible data management platform for managing digital assets. You can read a little about it here:

It can manage any type of unstructured data, as well as structured data, and relationships between structured and unstructured data. It can be used for ingesting, storing and discovering any type of data. It has a focus on discoverable rich metadata supporting stored data. Mediaflux also has advanced interoperability features, allowing it to interact with other dissimilar systems as well as capabilities supporting big and distributed data.

For a high-level summary of features that the Mediaflux system at the University of Melbourne provides, please read the service functionality description.

Please note: with the release of the new system (Oct 25 2018) the server name and IP has changed. However, most of the screen shots and videos in the documentation still use the old address. All tables and text have been updated with the correct details.

Getting Started

See Getting Started with Mediaflux.

Change Existing Storage Quota or Access Permission

Only authorised users (i.e., RCAO or Technical Contact) are eligible to request change, please refer to RCS's Terms of Services:

Request New Data Storage

Any eligible UoM researcher is able to apply for new storage, please refer to RCS's Terms of Services:

Request for Support

Please use the links below to report any issues regarding the service: