The Ex Libris Status page (https://status.exlibrisgroup.com/) provides transparency about service availability and performance for SaaS (Software as a Service) Ex Libris products. Access to the page is available for everyone and users who want to manage personalized content, profile, and email notifications are welcome to log in with their Ex Libris support portal (https://support.exlibrisgroup.com/) credentials.
Use the Ex Libris Status Page to:
View current status of subscribed instances
View historical data for subscribed services
Find out about future planned maintenance
Service/Environment/Instance Name on Status Page: The names of the services presented on the system status are under the Asset information on the Ex Libris Support Portal.
Outage: Unplanned outages such as those caused by hardware or network issues.
Planned Outage: Necessary outages caused by planned maintenance or upgrades.
Degradation: Indicates a problem affecting a service that does not result in a disruption of that service.
Registration and Login
The Ex Libris Status page is a public page; therefore, no registration is required to view the status of any services.
The Ex Libris Status page is integrated with the support portal and as a result, Ex Libris portal users do not need to register and can log in using their Ex Libris Support Portal credentials. For more information, refer to the following document.
We recommend using the support portal credentials since it enables Ex Libris to provide a personalized customer experience which includes the ability to synchronize your email and subscription preferences. Colleagues with support portal access can invite other users to register. For more information, see Welcome to the Support Portal.
Users that are unable to obtain Ex Libris support portal credentials can self-register and log in directly from the Ex Libris Status page. These users need to manually subscribe to services relevant to them.
Registered users can view their preferences on the profile page.
To access the profile page, select your registered name at the top right of the page and select Profile.
Time zone: This presents the service notifications in the time zone of the user’s choice. Email notifications are still presented in the UTC time zone.
Remove email notifications from all subscribed services:Quick option to opt-out of any email notifications for all services subscribed.
Receive email notifications from all subscribed services: Quick option to enable notifications for all subscribed services.
Each tab represents a geographical region. By selecting a tab, users can see all services under that region. Users that are logged in have an additional tab called "My Services," which includes all services the user subscribed to. If the user logged in via the support portal credentials, the tab automatically applies the product email preferences from the Ex Libris Support to the services belonging to the institution.
The Search Widget enables you to find services by name, product, category, or DC (data center).
For example: Searching for "NA01" returns all the services with NA01 in the name.
Each service displays the current status and the status from the previous 7 days.
If there was no outage: The "Service is operating normally" icon appears
If there was an outage during a specific day: The matching outage icon appears
If the outage was not resolved and continues to the next day: The outage appears on both days
If there is more than one outage per day: The "Multiple issues" icon appears
Service is operating normally: Indicates there are no known issues with the instance
Information/Service alert information: Indicates an informative notification on services
Scheduled maintenance: Indicates planned maintenance on the service (version release, infrastructure upgrades, etc.)
Performance issue: Indicates a problem affecting a service that does not result in a disruption of that service
Service disruption: Indicates an unplanned disruption of service
Multiple issues: Indicates that there were more than one of the above notifications for a specific day (for example, a planned maintenance and service disruption that occurred on the same day)
If an active scheduled maintenance is planned for the service: The date and times of the next planned maintenance appear. Selecting a date redirects the user to see all future planned maintenance.
Users can view the history of outage notifications for each service. When the user selects a service, a pop-up with three tabs displays.
Details: This first tab includes a high-level icon indication of status by day for the past 90 days.
Outage History: This tab includes the details of all past notifications in descending order by date.
Planned Maintenance: This tab includes the details of all future maintenance in ascending order by date.
Users logged in with Ex Libris Support Portal credentials automatically have their service subscription synchronized with the email preferences they selected in the support portal.
For example, if John Smith from Acme University chose to receive email preferences for Alma and Primo, the Ex Libris Status Page automatically subscribes John Smith to the Primo and Alma instances used by Acme University.
Subscribe to a Service
To subscribe to a service, select
from the subscription column.
After selecting the icon, the confirm subscription message is displayed.
View & Notifications: The service is displayed in the My Service tab and email notifications are sent when there are updates to the service.
View Only: The service is only displayed in the My Service tab and no email notifications are sent to the user for the service.
Unsubscribe from a Service
To unsubscribe from a service, select
from the subscription column.
After selecting the icon, the Edit/Unsubscribe icons are displayed.
Edit Subscription: Enables the user to edit notification options (see Subscriptions).
Unsubscribe (Trash can icon): Enables the user to completely unsubscribe from view and notifications for the service.
Cookies and Tracking
Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. The Ex Libris Status page uses Google Analytics to collect information such as user location, device, browser, and site behavior. Ex Libris does not collect or track personal information.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Do I have to log in to view the Ex Libris status?
No, the Ex Libris status page is available to anyone.
I have updated my email preferences on the Ex Libris Support Portal, but I do not see new services in my subscription tab, who can assist?
Please allow up to 24 hours for the subscriptions to sync. If the issue remains please open a case with Ex Libris support.
I have unsubscribed from a service but I am still getting email notifications and it is reappearing in my services tab.
Your subscriptions are synced from your support portal preferences; therefore, to fully unsubscribe from a service, update your preferences directly on the Ex Libris support portal.
Where can I see my instance name?
Your hosted instance name can be found on Salesforce. Log in to Salesforce, select Account Assets, and select the desired account asset. If your environment is included on the system status page, you can see your instance name under “Instance name on Status Page"
I cannot find a specific product on my email preference tab. How can I subscribe?
You can manually subscribe to any service directly from the status page.
What should I do if I am experiencing service disruption with an Ex Libris service, but the status page does not reflect this?
Please open a case with Ex Libris Support.
I cannot find the product to subscribe to on the Ex Libris support portal. How can I ensure I am subscribed?
Some services on the status page do not have a matching product in the Ex Libris Support Portal. For these cases, you can subscribe directly via the Ex Libris System Status Page.
Is it possible to query a status for my instance via API?