Secure. Agile. Optimized. CA Management for Linux on System z
Are you adding IFL’s? Consolidating workloads to Linux on System z? Discover how you can optimize this fast-growing environment to drive down costs and achieve the scalability your business needs to grow. Learn how CA Technologies can help you further increase IT efficiency with a growing portfolio of integrated cross-platform management solutions to help you manage operations, performance, security and disaster recovery across your enterprise. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how you can get the most out of your IFL engines, and reduce the time, cost and risk of consolidating to Linux on System z.
RecordedJul 16 201251 mins
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Leveraging the value of data is the most important challenge for many companies today. However, managing data pipelines is not easy; most IT organizations are still spending much more time getting the data rather than using it to create business value. Attend this session to discover how Broadcom helps to get end-to-end control on your data pipelines with Data Pipeline Automation and streamlining the continuous transformation of raw data into valuable insight.
You probably have many questions before going digital, and automation could be the key to your success. Learn how to get answers to questions like “How to go faster with higher quality” and “How to deploy innovation to multiple clouds”, and many more. Learn how the Automation Center of Enablement approach from Broadcom will help you drive the digital success you expect with intelligent automation.
Announcing the latest release of Automic Automation, the new name for Automic Workload Automation and Automic Service Orchestration. Join us to hear whats new and how it will benefit your organization.
Join CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company, as we explore what it takes to run AutoSys Workload Automation in a Cloud environment. We'll talk about how to provide agility in automating new IT services while leveraging existing investments by mapping into the current infrastructure, processes and environments.
As companies race to uncover data insights that will deliver a sustainable competitive advantage, leaders in IT must find and implement measures that better facilitate the process of turning those data insights into consumable digital experiences. For organizations running mainframes, IT leaders must find ways to seamlessly integrate this system of record into their end-to-end application development, test and delivery strategy.
View this session to learn how companies are tackling this challenge, and hear how CA Endevor SCM Integrations for Enterprise DevOps can improve lifecycle integration and modernize development practices while also maintaining core functionality in securing and managing mainframe assets across the software development lifecycle. With out-of-the-box integrations to popular Agile PPM tools, CI/CD & pipeline management tools and plugins to Enterprise GIT repositories, teams can adopt the same modern stacks used for distributed development while continuing to leverage the build & lifecycle automation offered by CA Endevor SCM.
Rose Sakach, Senior Principal Product Manager at CA Technologies
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.
Stuart McIrvine, VP of Product Management, CA Technologies
Every modern enterprise is concerned about passing their next audit, making compliance an essential part of continued business delivery and growth. The regulatory environment, after all, is an ambiguous and growing part of enterprise security. It requires detailed tracking, monitoring and recording of previous unknowns, plus a new strategy to data and data privacy, and advanced technology to manage regulatory burden. It is difficult to even quantify regulatory readiness—much less achieve it!
Enterprises worldwide are trying to adapt to the regulatory expansion, while still keeping pace with the demands of the marketplace. Join us as we discuss what you can do to protect your business from technical mistakes, regulatory fatigue, and heavy fines.
Zeev Avidan, OpenLegacy; Dana Boudreau, CA; Rosalind Radcliffe, IBM
The mainframe is experiencing a renaissance, as more companies understand and embrace mainframes in their DevOps-enabled environments. Automation is one major area where mainframes can show their mettle in DevOps.
View this session to explore the mainframe automation space, and discuss ways automation can help increase speed and accuracy in managing a company’s systems of record.
Sujay Solomon, Mike Bauer, Goran Begic, CA Technologies
Wouldn’t it be great to use familiar tools when you’re needing to integrate mainframe applications into your DevOps pipeline?
Mainframe applications have historically required specialized tools and knowledge to build, maintain and integrate with distributed systems. Existing tool integrations are designed for vendor-specific tool chains and they require a great deal of specialized knowledge and expertise to set up.
CA Technologies engineering decided to break with tradition and utilize advancements on the zOS platform to provide a Command Line Interface that turns mainframe into “just” another deployment target for the DevOps pipeline.
Inclusive of a demo, see how you can integrate, build and test COBOL applications into a modern DevOps pipeline managed by Jenkins Continuous Integration software.
Stuart McIrvine, VP of Product Management at CA Technologies and Bryan Betts, Principal Analyst at Freeform Dynamics
Complying with GDPR is a challenging endeavor, requiring a significant investment of time and resources. The new regulation highlights the need for enforced digital trust, between the business and the consumer, at a time of heightened data risk and customer uncertainty. The mainframe platform today holds 70% of corporate data; and 78% of firms are increasing their use of the platform, with overall usage growing 2.5X in the last 10 years. The mainframe has always been known as the most secure platform; but with the advent of GDPR, data management on the whole must be re-envisioned with the mainframe at the core of your data security strategy, including identification and classification of data exposure risks, enterprise-wide data protection, privileged access management, and real-time tracking, alerting and reporting of suspicious activity.
Rosalind Radcliffe, IBM; Zeev Avidan, OpenLegacy; and Dana Boudreau, CA
In much of the DevOps world, “mainframe” brings images to mind of crusty old hardware that is a bottleneck to Agile and DevOps both. But the mainframe and available software have grown right along with the overall market. In this webinar, we will look at what it takes to:
- Integrate the mainframe into the DevOps pipeline
- Improve agility for mainframe applications, and
- Improve performance of those applications that cannot be recompiled because the source is unavailable.
Like any tool, the mainframe can be brought into the DevOps fold, as long as you have a plan and the right tools.
Join Mary Ann Furno, Mainframe Security Product Management, CA Technologies
Privileged users on the mainframe have extensive access to the most sensitive resources in the entire data center. And when these privileged identities aren’t managed securely, the business is exposed to a significant security risk—some of which can take months and even years to discover.
Join Mary Ann Furno, Mainframe Security Product Management at CA Technologies to learn how you can combat this risk through privileged access management on the mainframe, so you can:
•Control which users have access to a privileged state, and when.
•Audit all activity performed by privileged users for a complete line of sight.
•Protect your most sensitive data from those who have the highest levels of access to it.
Reduce the risk of insider threats and deliver trust to your customers.
Serge Lucio, SVP CA , Jason Bloomberg, Intellyx and Jean Louis Vignaud, VP Product Management
DevOps, Mainframe and Mobile: Empowering your developers to be more productive
Does your organization struggle with DevOps transformation, delivering a mainframe world that is more agile, automated and accessible to the modern IT enterprise? Hear from leading Analyst Jason Bloomberg and CA Product Development on the common challenges faced and how “Mainframe as a Service” can deliver automated and self-service solutions that greatly enhance mainframe talent productivity. With Mainframe as a Service, enterprise teams of developers, testing and security engineers, Endevor admins, release managers and more can use the same toolsets, mobile-to-mainframe to optimize the DevSecOps lifecycle.
Is your IT ops team suffering from alert fatigue? Are your mainframe experts spending too much time in war rooms fighting fires? Discover how incorporates machine learning to help you proactively prevent production issues and dramatically reduce the noise and false alarms coming into your IT ops centers. It’s all about working smarter not harder and letting the data do the work for you. Discover how CA Mainframe Operational Intelligence allows you to automatically correlate data from many sources to surface alert patterns and actionable insights that will help your novice IT operators quickly triage and accurately identify root cause of problems. Protect your mainframe experts from being pulled into every fire drill and free them up to provide more strategic value to your business.
Johannes Peeters, Stefan Kochishan CA Technologies
The promise of achieving Service Level Agreements (SLAs) while also lowering Monthly License Charges (MLC) has quickly captured the attention of global business and IT leaders across multiple industries.
The dilemma: IT must provide the best possible service to the business, while the business must prioritize cost containment strategies. It's a paradoxical situation.
Now is the time to move from hype to reality.
This webcast features a panel of CA and user subject experts that will examine real use-cases. The payoff? How automated, dynamic capacity intelligence helps remove the guesswork from MLC pricing – helping to better predict capacity spikes across the IT landscape - leading to significant savings.
Jeff Henry Vice President of Product Management at CA Technologies
The evolution of adaptive expert systems on the mainframe is essential to digital business innovation. Discover how machine learning and operational intelligence will help you detect abnormal patterns to predict performance problems earlier, and foresee not just what may happen, but what you should do about it. Whether you’re a mainframe performance novice or a seasoned operations expert, don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can isolate root cause faster and trigger automated remediation to improve MTTR and your overall IT ops efficiency.
Lowell Higley, Senior Principal Product Manager, CA Technologies
Join Lowell Higley, Senior Principal Product Manager at CA Technologies, as he discusses how state and local governments can benefit from CA Unified Infrastructure Management for z Systems. Discover how this lightweight and easy-to-install solution lets you:
• Gain comprehensive, end-to-end visibility across your agency’s IT infrastructure from a single pane of glass - mobile to mainframe
• Increase IT operations efficiency and simplify mainframe system monitoring with easy to use dashboards, metrics and alarms
• Empower IT operations generalists to monitor mainframe as part of overall infrastructure for reduced MTTR and more efficient use of resources
Dean Davison, Principal Consultant, Forrester & Jack McCarrick, Sr IT Consultant, eClaro
Outgrowing your homegrown scheduler? Join us for this webcast to learn industry perspectives and the real-world business potential of CA Workload Automation.
Guest speaker Dean Davison, Principal Consultant, Forrester will discuss findings from the Total Economic Impact (TEI) study for CA Workload Automation - a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of CA Technologies. Learn how companies implementing CA Workload Automation can potentially realize $2.3M in NPV, 245% ROI and payback in 6.2 months over a risk-adjusted, three-year period.
What’s more, Jack McCarrick, Sr IT Consultant, eClaro will review why his organization selected CA Workload Automation, how it was integrated, and what the IT resource metrics and financial results revealed.
From CA Technologies: Rose Sakach, Sr. Principal Product Manager & Vaughn Marshall, Director, Product Management
Would you like to cut complexity across all phases of app development and deployment?
Join us for this straightforward discussion on how CA Application Lifecycle Conductor reduces risk through a single source-of-truth. CA Application Lifecycle Conductor automates and manages the software development lifecycles that span mobile-to-mainframe environments — from the initial service desk ticket to the deployment of the application in production.
Join Rose Sakach, Sr. Principal Product Manager, and Vaughn Marshall, Director, Product Management as they outline CA Application Lifecycle Conductor’s many benefits. Discover how you can:
• Create one view and traceability for the application development lifecycle
• Identify the potential time savings for project managers, release managers and compliance managers
• Determine which customer segments would benefit the most from adopting CA ALC
Are you ready to simplify application lifecycle management—from mobile to mainframe?
Richard Nikula, Vice President, Product Development and Support, Nastel
Corporations increasingly rely on their enterprise services bus (ESB) as the communication center to link multiple IT systems, applications and data. Unfortunately, when something goes wrong in the ESB it can have a cascading affect, impacting critical applications. Determining the root cause of the problem is a challenge for most IT organizations, since ESBs serve as a ‘black box’, offering little insight into the issue.
Now, you can assess and resolve performance issues for applications that communicate across your ESB, before they affect your users. Join Richard Nikula, Vice President, Product Development and Support at Nastel, to learn how Nastel AutoPilot for CA Cross-Enterprise APM lets you analyze application behavior in real-time in production, test and development environments.
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