The Internet Archive provides specialized web, archiving, research, and data services, especially for web-published and born-digital content. Over a thousand organizations, especially higher education, libraries, archives, governments, and social impact and non profits work with us to preserve and provide access to knowledge. Select a service area below to learn more about our various products, partners, and projects.
We conduct custom domain and domain-scale web and data harvesting for preservation, access, and research.
We build access portals for digital collections, search and metadata endpoints, APIs, and other products for discovery, use, and interoperability.
We provide access to petabytes of archived web and other data, generate datasets, and conduct data analysis and extractions for researchers.
We offer services and pursue partnerships for perpetual preservation of and access to scholarly work and outputs, especially those on the open web.
We maintain low-cost, easy-to-use, full-feature services covering both basic file storage all the way to robust, distributed digital preservation.
Archive-It is our user-controlled, web-based service for creating curated, publicly-accessible web archives and born-digital collections.