IT services status

Find out the current status of IT services at the University of Bath

Tagged: Agresso

IT maintenance, Tuesday 25 October 2016

  

📥  IT maintenance, Tuesday mornings

Maintenance and upgrades will be taking place during our at risk* period, Tuesday 25 October 2016, 7am to 9am.

  • Agresso will be unavailable. We are improving the infrastructure that supports this service.

If you need any IT help and support you can log a ticket at go.bath.ac.uk/it-help-form.

*Our 'at risk' period is between 7am and 9am on Tuesdays when we carry out scheduled maintenance, modifications and testing. This work is essential to maintain and develop the services that we provide.

Use go.bath.ac.uk/it-status to find out the current status of IT services at the University of Bath

 

Agresso acess problems, Wednesday 21 September

  

📥  IT disruption

We are experiencing issues with Agresso crashing and not allowing users to log in.

 

The team are investigating the problem as a matter of urgency and will keep you updated.

 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause you.

 

 

Agresso downtime 11 August 2016

  

📥  IT disruption

9.35am - Agresso is available again. Thank you for your understanding.

9.14am - Agresso is unavailable this morning, 11 August. We are working hard to resolve the issues and will update you as soon as possible.

 

Thank you for your understanding

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IT maintenance, Tues 1 December, 7am to 9am

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📥  IT maintenance, Tuesday mornings

Maintenance and upgrades will be taking place, during our at risk* period Tuesday 1 December 2015.

  • iTrent will be unavailable due to an upgrade (7am-9am)
  • IT services in the Library will be unavailable due to maintenance (7am-9am)
  • Agresso will be unavailable (7am-9am)
  • IT services in Pulteney Court  will be unavailable (7.30am-9.30am) residents have been contacted

*Our 'at risk' period is between 7am and 9am on Tuesdays when we carry out scheduled maintenance, modifications and testing. This work is essential to maintain and develop the services that we provide.

Use go.bath.ac.uk/it-status to find out the current status of IT services at the University of Bath