The ECI account is the cornerstone of the primary services provided to students, faculty, and staff. ECI account holders have access to email, file storage, labs, and other services. [Details]
This service gives research groups all the space and flexibility of their own fileserver for the cost of just the disks. ECI will provide the chassis and specify the disks that the group needs to purchase. [Details]
ECI offers secure colocation services in the College's Data Center for mission-critical and research servers. [Details]
ECI provides centralized, network-based backup and recovery services for computer systems within the College of Engineering networks. This service supports Windows, Mac OS, and most Linux/Unix systems, both desktops and servers. [Details]
ECI FileMaker Database Hosting service provides a central resource to host databases with FileMaker Server. Hosting Databases on ECI FileMaker servers enables the College of Engineering community to access their own FileMaker databases on secure high performance servers. [Details]
GauchoSpace, the campus course site management tool, requires that all faculty attend a one time training session prior to using GauchoSpace for managing their course websites. ECI provides this orientation to CoE faculty. To schedule a training session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECI labs provide open access to computers and software for all UCSB College of Engineering students, faculty, staff, researchers and guests. [Details]
The same features of Github.com, just housed here at UCSB. Faculty, students, and anyone working directly with students can use this service for free. [Details]
The ECI GUS Database Service (GDS) provides departmental GUS database hosting on ECI purchased and managed hardware and software. [Details]
ECI provides mail list management to College of Engineering departments and users. [Details]
The ECI offers network access to College of Engineering Departments. [Details]
Standard Desktop Support (SDS) is an integrated suite of support services for faculty and staff, University-owned computers. SDS features are organized around the lifecycle of a supported computer. [Details]
ECI provides a Drupal hosting service for production-ready Drupal sites for College of Engineering Departments and Centers. ECI will retain sole administrative access to the code base and the Drupal site administrator account. ECI will be responsible for maintaining and updating the Drupal software. Content providers (Departments and Centers) will be responsible for providing and updating site content. For College of Engineering faculty, research groups and other entities, ECI provides a Drupal site template service that enables you to create your own production-ready Drupal site. Once your site is ready, ECI will host it according to the provisions above. If you need a more customized Drupal website than the template makes possible, we can point you to campus services that provide Drupal website design and development.