Web Hosting Administration

Service Description:

ITaP provides web application hosting within various environments as well as the installation and maintenance of web application servers.

Web-hosting environments are provided for IIS, ASP.net, Apache and Tomcat. These services can be provided through a shared server environment or, if required, a dedicated server environment.

The hosted website will have three landscapes to support a development lifecycle: development, quality assurance (QA) and production. Developers will be given full permissions to the development site and access to a tool they can use to deploy content updates to the QA and production sites.

The following is a list of items included in the service offering:

  • 500MB storage
  • Remote file access
  • Site statistics
  • Daily backups
  • SSL capabilities
  • URL redirects
  • Basic HTML page hosting
  • Apache Tomcat, PHP, Perl, ASP and ASP.Net application hosting
  • WordPress Blogs
  • Administering web-accessible applications or database front-ends
  • Redirection services
  • Monitoring the Web server and all related hardware components
  • Maintaining the server configuration and multiple security controls, including directory-level security
  • Providing designated customer staff with access to the customer's website code on the development server

Eligibility:

University departments are eligible for this service.

To request service:

Send an email to the service-request email address. The request will generate a Help Desk ticket assigned to ITaP's service manager. For additional information, email ITaP systems and operations.

Related Costs:

There is no charge for this service.

How to report problems or issues:

For problems of availability, monitoring or maintenance that require ITaP assistance, contact the ITaP Customer Service Center.

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