CA Technologies Releases Latest CA APM and New Cloud Solutions
November 14, 2011
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CA Technologies announced several new and enhanced agile cloud solutions that deliver business services across public, private or hybrid clouds.

These solutions provide the basis for customers to drive business services from the planning and model stage to deployment and operations. This includes the automation, security and service assurance needed to achieve business agility and its competitive benefits: innovation, speed, cost and risk efficiencies and improved performance.

The CA Technologies cloud solutions provide the foundation for a business service platform to help customers leverage the advantages of cloud computing for impactful business services.

CA Application Performance Management

The latest release of CA APM unleashes the next generation of Application Performance Management with the industry’s first and only unified application, infrastructure and network performance solution that helps eliminate hybrid-cloud infrastructure blind spots to put customers firmly in control of the end-user experience.

By linking transaction performance to the failing application, network and infrastructure component, CA APM empowers customers to rapidly isolate, diagnose and resolve problems across technology silos. This 360-degree view of the environment provides a single source-of-truth that allows customers to gain better control of the end-user experience across a hybrid cloud while providing data on how well it delivers on business objectives and SLAs.

CA APM Cloud Monitor makes the full-featured CA APM solution even more comprehensive with a cloud application monitoring service that provides end-to-end transaction visibility into cloud applications. By testing application performance from outside the firewall, customers can quickly and accurately verify that SaaS vendors and MSPs are meeting SLAs.

CA Cloud 360

CA Cloud 360 provides enterprises with a prescriptive approach to help validate and select which applications and business services are best suited for private, public and hybrid clouds. A four-stage process combines expert consulting from CA Services with flagship products from CA Technologies IT management portfolio to provide visibility, foresight and predictive intelligence for cloud services lifecycle planning.

The solution spans application portfolio analysis, predictive capacity analysis, application and service virtualization, application testing in simulated production environments, as well as service level performance and management.

Additional cloud solutions introduced or enhanced by CA include Cloud Commons Ecosystem, CA Automation Suite for Clouds and CA CloudMinder.

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