Data & Databases

Active Directory provides University-wide infrastructure to authenticate customers and authorize them to access certain resources, as well as manage accounts, groups, computers, and devices. 

The Campus Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is the directory containing information on all people with NetIDs on the Urbana campus as well as NetIDs of departmental and group aliases. It contains such data as names, campus addresses, telephone numbers, and affiliation data.
 

Campus Service Monitoring provides device, service, and metric monitoring, alerting, and reporting.  

The Central Registry is a collection of individual and group University-oriented online identities for customers at the Urbana campus. The Central Registry allows IT professionals to create and update information about an individual or non-person entity.

The Contacts Database is a record of who is responsible for networks, domains, systems and devices across the University.

Technology Services supports the Course Explorer web application, which provides a user interface for viewing course schedules and general education requirements. The Course Explorer is backed by a publicly available web API which encourages the targeted extraction of the aforementioned data from campus and departmental applications.

Database Hosting provides structured database storage, access, design, and administration.

Datacenter Shared Services is a campus initiative to consolidate campus server rooms and data centers into shared data center facilities.

Azure is Microsoft’s set of services and products for cloud computing.

Originally a log aggregation and analytics tool, Splunk has evolved in to a market-leading "machine data" analytics platform, ready for research applications with Machine Learning (ML) and commonly used as a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution. Develop reports and dashboards; build alerts and launch automated responses.

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