Legacy Web Hosting (ogma)

Service Owner 
George Ouellette
YUL Service Domain 
website, library.yale.edu, web.library.yale.edu, www.library.yale.edui
Short Description: 
The legacy web hosting server (Ogma) was used to serve YUL web pages until 2014. There are a few old websites that are still stored in and served by Ogma, however these sites are no longer editable. Library IT is not accepting requests for access to Ogma. This service is limited to inquiries regarding existing content.

Certain components of the Yale University Library website are still hosted on a legacy web server that is no longer actively updated.  This service maintains support for the delivery of the web pages that still exist on this legacy web server.  No new content is added to this server.

No visibility restrictions
Who is elegible to use this service offering? 
Yale Library Staff Only
Affiliations that can use this service offering 
How do I get it? 

Incidents regarding the legacy web hosting may be reported through the Report a Problem form on the Library IT website.  Library IT is not accepting requests for access to or addition of content on this legacy web server.

How do I access it? 

Web pages may be accessed through the Yale University Library website.  Library IT does not provide staff access to the legacy web server.

Does your service offering require a user to have specific system configurations? 

The end-user portion of this service is entirely web-based and only requires the use of a modern, latest-version web browser.

Is there a specific area that your user can go to for help? 


Do you have specific Documentation and Support outside of the Knowledge Base?  


Are there any specific policies and procedures outlined for your service offering? 

The following policies apply to all Yale University Library website content:

Other application-dependent policies may apply.

Are there Rates & Charges Associated to this Service Offering? 
Tier 1 Support 
YUL Support Group (listed above)
Sub-category needed? 
Generic Request? 
Can users request access to your service offering?