Whether you’re looking to increase productivity, reduce time to market or breaking down the silos of IT automation, CA | Automic automates business processes, applications and infrastructure—regardless of complexity or location; on-premise or in the cloud.
Continuous delivery is a DevOps best practice, but it can be more than pipelines, automation mechanics and Kanban boards. Continuous delivery tooling generates a lot of data, so why not use that data to create an intelligent pipeline. Join us as we review and discuss the intelligent continuous delivery pipeline and learn how it increases the frequency, velocity, and quality of your application releases.
Tony Beeston - Product Marketing Manager CA AutomationRecorded: Oct 30 201855 mins
Do your month-end close processes take days to complete? Do errors frequently appear in your reports? This webcast describes how automating your Oracle Financial Close systems introduces the agility needed by the digital age.
Ron Gidron - ARA Evangelist and Product Marketing Manager at CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 17 201850 mins
In this webinar, Ron Gidron discusses the Top 10 Ways to Fail at DevOps as learned from organizations around the globe.
This recording was made prior to the acquisition of Automic by CA Technologies; therefore, some old terminology and branding may be in place. Because the Automic Software portfolio has been retained in its entirety by CA Technologies, the content is still accurate and useful.
Scott Willson - Product Marketing Director, Release Automation at CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 11 201833 mins
"You think you understand the situation, but what you don't understand is that the situation just changed."
- Putnam Investments advertisement
In today's digital economy there's a lot of communication about how companies will become obsolete and close their doors if they don't adapt and change. It turns out this is true for IT professionals as well.
For over two decades, IT Operations has mostly stayed the same. Professionals would rack and stack servers, physically wire networks and configure firewalls, and run a script here and there to address a service ticket. This world is dramatically changing! The world of server computing has evolved so that physically tinkering with hardware is quickly approaching obsolescence. The trend that has been growing and the technical direction that makes the most sense when describing and dealing with cloud resources is code.
In this webinar, we discuss the skills and thinking that will be necessary to keep your job as companies, methodologies, and best practices all shift left. We aim to help you make a smart transition. No IT professional need to lose their job if they're willing to adapt and to learn.
Gene Kim, Author of "The Phoenix Project," "The DevOps Handbook," and "Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software"Recorded: Oct 9 201858 mins
Holy cow, I learned so much since The Phoenix Project came out in 2013.
In this talk, I will share my top learnings while co-authoring The DevOps Handbook with Jez Humble, Patrick Debois, and John Willis and the recently-released Accelerate with Dr. Nicole Forsgren and Jez Humble. I’ll talk about the latest findings from the State of DevOps Report, the true importance of deployment lead times, how DevOps truly transforms the lives of Dev and Ops, what I learned about Conway’s Law, and how DevOps is a subset of dynamic learning organizations, of which Toyota is the most famous. This project was one of the most fun and rewarding adventures of my life, and I want to share some of my biggest a-ha moments!
Dave Kellermanns, Advisor, Presales at CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 9 201853 mins
Best practice dictates regularly copying both individual SAP systems and entire SAP Landscapes on a regular basis. But the effort and impact on systems mean we copy as few times as we can get away with. This impacts development, testing, QA and training, either by providing lower quality data or by having non-production systems down for too long.
Hear how through automation of SAP System Copy you can deliver system copies 25 times faster with one-tenth the effort and how you can copy entire landscapes in parallel to make certain you have the best data and systems available to support your digital transformation.
Tony Beeston - Product Marketing Manager CA AutomationRecorded: Oct 9 201843 mins
Discover why an automated disaster recovery plan is important for your business, and see how a CA Technologies customer created a hands-free policy for failover and failback of every IT service under their control.
Rose Sakach, Senior Principal Product Manager at CA TechnologiesRecorded: Oct 4 201830 mins
Improving the speed of delivering mainframe assets is possible and it doesn’t mean starting from scratch. As teams embrace and adopt Agile practices, iterative development encourages incremental delivery and you need to be ready to deliver. Your existing CA Endevor SCM processes can be leveraged. Look to merge them with continuous delivery solutions to turbo-charge automation. In this session, you will learn how to normalize delivery processes throughout the life cycle regardless of platform while at the same time manage, track, collaborate, evaluate, audit, and analyze mobile-to-mainframe software deliveries by pairing CA Endevor SCM with CA Continuous Delivery for IBM Z Systems.
Tony Beeston, Product Marketing Manager, CA AutomationRecorded: Sep 28 201843 mins
Most organizations already have ways to backup and recover their data, typically using replication technologies. In most cases, however, the process used to failover business services is still manual. And that spells potential disaster—the most significant risk being dependent on the human factor in the middle of a crisis.
In this webinar, learn how specialized automation applied to the disaster recovery plan can give you the confidence to succeed, mitigate negative brand impact, and exceed RTO and RPO objectives when disaster strikes.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
So many assume that migrating their datacenter to the cloud will solve all of their problems. They falsely assume that this migration is the end goal of their digital transformation initiative, rather than correctly understanding that it is a step in the right direction. We will discuss what the cloud is changing and what it is not. Having the correct expectations of your cloud datacenter will prepare you to not be surprised when you find familiar concerns and needs arise.
Register today and gain first-hand knowledge about why Continuous Delivery and Continuous Automation are still necessary and beneficial when you're already in the cloud.
Ralf Paschen & Michael SandRecorded: Sep 18 201851 mins
Register today and gain first-hand knowledge of:
-How to integrate your open source tools such as Jenkins, Chef, Ansible and others into your Enterprise Continuous Delivery approach
-How to overcome more scripting
-How to achieve audit and security capabilities in your Continuous Delivery pipeline