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  • 1.  Out This Week

    Posted 07-13-2017 02:21 PM

    With so many new patches, versions, and releases coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, The Water Cooler is here to help with a round-up of releases. Check out the latest releases and be sure to come back for more.

     

    CA Spectrum - Out of Band Device Certification Pack Released 

    CA Technologies is pleased to announce General Availability (GA) of the CA Spectrum® Device Certification Packs for the supported base GA releases r10.0.1, r10.1.2 and r10.2.1. These new Device Certification Packs are a cumulative patch that consists of new and updated simple device certifications based on user requirements.

     

    CA Application Performance Monitoring Connector v3.4.0 

    A new version of CA Application Performance Management (CA APM) Connector for CA Service Operations Insight (CA SOI) and is now available from the CA Service Operations Insight Connectors page.

     

    CA PPM 14.4 Cumulative Patch 8 (14.4.0.8) is Now Available 

    The latest cumulative patch for CA PPM v14.4 (14.4.0.8) has been released and is available from the support download center.

     

    "What's New in CA Endevor SCM V18?" Video 

    The What's new in CA Endevor SCM Version 18? - YouTube video describes each new v18 feature and enhancement in terms of a use case and solution. This format helps explain why the product changes are important to the CA Endevor SCM administrator and user, as well as to your organization.

     

    CARS1706 for z/OS level is now available! 

    In support of our mainframe Preventive Maintenance methodology, CA Technologies Mainframe Business Unit is pleased to announce the availability of the CARS1706 for z/OS level.

     

    Mainframe Team Center-Operational Intelligence (MTC-OI) 1.0.01 Available[1] 

    MTC-OI now supports integration with CA SYSVIEW, CA NetMaster® for TCP/IP, and CA OPS/MVS. It is designed to help you predict, avoid, and quickly remediate potential problems in your mission essential mainframe systems and applications.

     

    Check out each post for further information and details.