Who's Using Fedora

Fedora has a worldwide installed user base that includes academic and cultural heritage organizations, universities, research institutions, university libraries, national libraries, and government agencies. Over 300 organizations in more than 35 countries have registered their Fedora installations. The map below is based on this registry, as well as data from the Islandora and Samvera communities.

Maintaining an accurate, up-to-date list of implementations is valuable service to the community - in particular, it helps new and prospective Fedora adopters get a sense of the size and diversity of the Fedora community. If you are the maintainer of a Fedora-based repository, please register your site or update your entry in the registry. 

Click here to view the registry or register your own Fedora implementation.

Looking for information on the latest version?

As of version 4.0, Fedora has been completely rearchitected to support the latest developments in modern web technologies and standards. We recognize the importance of moving the community to this new version of Fedora, so we are also tracking deployments of Fedora 4.x (both in development and production) on the project wiki

If you are currently working with Fedora 4.x in any capacity please add or update your institution's entry on the project wiki so we can keep the list up to date.