The University’s central directory services aggregate data from multiple authoritative sources and serve as a central location for identity data.
Current Directory Services
The uTexas Enterprise Directory (TED) is a private LDAP-based directory service that contains identity information about students, faculty, staff, and university affiliates.
TED on the Mainframe (TOM) is a mirror of TED data that is hosted on the mainframe to provide high-performance access to identity data via commonly-used Natural EID lookup modules such as T3N$ELK, T3N$FEID, etc.
The White Pages Service (WPS) is a semi-public directory that contains public records information about current students, faculty, and staff. The service provides the directory back-end for the UT Directory.
Service Availability Metrics
The IAM Team has set a Service Level Objective (SLO) of 99.237% annual availability.
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For more data, please see our Metrics page.
Other Directory Services
The Austin Active Directory service is available to customers via our teammates in ITS Campus Solutions.
The University Offices page is managed by University Communications.
The UT Directory is a web-based front-end for WPS and is supported by our teammates in ITS Campus Solutions.
The UT System-wide Directory is managed by UT System. Our team provides UT Austin public records for inclusion in this directory.
Many UT Austin colleges, schools, units, departments, centers, initiatives, institutes, offices, and programs maintain their own directories.