Access to software and services that deliver the core administrative systems and applications for the UC Davis campus.


Aggiefeed is a campus activity stream that displays information and events submitted by approved campus departments and organizations. It provides date-driven content in real time, such as events and activities, WarnMe alerts, and SmartSite notifications as well as Quick Polls and online course evaluations. Aggiefeed provides content pertinent to students, faculty, and staff, and messages can be targeted directly to specific groups and individuals or made public for anyone to read.


Confluence is an enterprise wiki created by Atlassian that provides a secure, stable and customisable wiki environment for users and teams to collaborate on documentation and knowledge sharing.

Continuous Build Integration: Bamboo

Bamboo, a continuous integration (CI) server, assists software development teams by providing automated building and testing of software source-code.

DocuSign Pilot

DocuSign is a “software as a service” tool that has been identified to automate electronic routing, signature and storage of documents.

This pilot project includes a one-year campus wide license for DocuSign, to demonstrate the value of this tool for campus in automating a number of business processes requiring signatures.  Based on the first year outcomes, if value is demonstrated, a proposal will be developed to fund ongoing licensing and support of the tool as a campus wide service.

Duo Multi-factor Authentication

Duo multi-factor authentication is a system that requires a second password or “factor” (such as a temporary, additional password that it creates for you) before you can log in to a site or service. Using multi-factor authentication improves privacy and security. 

Event Management System (EMS)

Event Management System (EMS) is a commercial suite of software applications for managing events (i.e., room reservations, service activities, resources, calendaring, signage, etc.). 


EZID makes it easy to create & manage unique, long-term identifiers for any research object.


GitHub is a service provided under the auspices of the Administrative Application Development Initiative (AADI) and supported by the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Development & Alumni Relations, and the Division of Social Sciences in the College of Letters & Sciences.


JIRA is a bug tracking and agile project management tool used for development and maintenance of application software.

Key Management Service- KMS

The Microsoft Key Management Service provides product key information to Microsoft products using the MCCA agreements. The service uses a product key to verify the legitimacy of any Microsoft software before activating it.