CA Technologies announced that 12 software products are now certified by VCE to run on Vblock Infrastructure Platforms.
CA Technologies Vblock Ready offerings span IT automation and management capabilities including service management, virtualization, automation, service assurance, capacity management and more, allowing customers using VCE technology to automate their cloud deployments more quickly while containing costs.
CA Technologies products certified for Vblock platforms help customers achieve new levels of speed, innovation and performance, while reducing costs and risks, to move from managing infrastructure, maintenance and operations to optimizing the delivery of business services. This Business Service Innovation allows customers to realize the full benefit of cloud computing: accelerating time to market for business services to deliver innovation, business value and competitive advantage.
“Our customers are asking us for a value roadmap to manage and automate their converged fabric architectures, and we have listened,” said Adam Famularo, GM, Enterprise and Cloud Solutions, CA Technologies. “VCE technology is one of many converged architectures we specifically address as customer adoption increases across enterprises and service providers alike. With these Vblock Ready solutions from CA Technologies, organizations can quickly ramp up their private cloud deployments to drive business value and innovation. We call that Business Service Innovation, and we’re pleased to be working with VCE as a market leader in converged infrastructures.”
CA Technologies products certified for VCE Vblock Infrastructure Platforms include:
• CA Capacity Manager
• CA Process Automation
• CA Workload Automation AE
• CA Client Automation
• CA Configuration Automation
• CA Service Catalog
• CA IT Asset Manager
• CA Service Desk Manager
• CA Service Operations Insight
• CA Spectrum
• CA eHealth
• CA Virtual Desktop Automation for Vblock Platforms
CA Technologies plans to certify additional software products and solutions to run on VCE Vblock Infrastructure Platforms in the future.
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