CA Technologies Refreshes Applications Analytics Services; Rick Fitz Comments

CA-technologies-logo EbizCA Technologies has introduced a fresh version of its analytics services that intend to help customers identify resources needed for applications.

These new analytics capabilities are designed to help organizations manage risks of running applications in mainframe, distributed, virtual and hybrid cloud environments, CA said Monday.

The updated CA Capacity Management services work to analyze mainframe capacity, preview application performance, calculate costs of cloud transition, preserve capacity for future tasks and expand the CA Infrastructure Management and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.

Rick Fitz, CA senior vice president of product management and service assurance, said the company aims to help businesses deliver services and schedule their investments.

CA Capacity Management’s operational intelligence works to help customers determine how changes in workloads, configurations and platforms will affect their business performance and response time, CA says.

The platforms include Amazon, Microsoft, Rackspace, SavvisVerizon Terremark, VMware, Windows, Linux and z/OS.

Filed in: Big Data & Analytics, News Tags: , , , , , , ,

You might like:

Red Hat, SAP Form Cloud Database Tech Partnership; Karl Heinz-Hoffmann Comments Red Hat, SAP Form Cloud Database Tech Partnership; Karl Heinz-Hoffmann Comments
Google, SynapDx Form Autism Detection Research Partnership Google, SynapDx Form Autism Detection Research Partnership
Jan De Witte: GE Buys Health Software CHCA for Workflow Portfolio Jan De Witte: GE Buys Health Software CHCA for Workflow Portfolio
Lee Hicks: Verizon Expands its 100 Gigabit Ethernet Service Across the U.S. Lee Hicks: Verizon Expands its 100 Gigabit Ethernet Service Across the U.S.

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment

© 2014 ExecutiveBiz. All rights reserved.

A Digest of ExecutiveBiz's Daily Coverage of GovCon

  • Executive Analysis
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Business

Sign up for the ExecutiveBiz Digest