Dear CA Advanced Authentication Customers,
The CA Advanced Authentication Product Team is pleased to announce the general availability of its release version 9.1.
Please find the link to GA announcement for the CA Advanced Authentication 9.1.
For a quick overview of the release watch the video, or read the release notes.
For more details of installation, upgrade and any details related to release read the documentation.
CA Advanced Authentication 9.1 includes:
Ability to monitor Advanced Authentication components and services using a new set of REST APIs to monitor the health of components, namely Strong Authentication, Risk Authentication, Case Management, UDS and Database, by providing running status, Sequence Count Left and generating alerts.
Supports AlwaysOn Availability Group feature of MSSQL Server 2016. With this feature customers can achieve high availability and disaster recovery, which is provided by Microsoft SQL Server.
Provides new Webservices API and REST API to delete the custom user attribute.
Supports improved scheduling and configuration of database trimming tool for managing archiving of Audit and Archive Tables. Reports are improved to retrieve data from the Audit Table and Archive Table as a union.
Improved ability to manage the DB connection pool, both when in heavy load and low load, by reducing the database connection pool to the minimum.
CA Adapter now supports French, Spanish, Italian, B-Portuguese, German and Japanese languages for CA Single Sign-On and SAML flows.
Support for CA Advanced Authentication credentials when proxy server is implemented by improved configurations in CA Adapter.
This release contains defect fixes found since the last release. For the complete list of fixed issues please refer to the documentation.
The product team has announced the End of Service for CA Advanced Authentication 9.0 and its Service Pack r9.0.01 and r9.0.02. Please find link to EOS announcement.
If you have any question please reach out to the Product Team.
CA Advanced Authentication Product Team
CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company