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Ayman Sayed, chief product officer for CA Technologies, says the emergence of an app economy driven by application programming interfaces (APIs) is challenging DevOps across both distributed and mainframe computing environments. Via a series of on-premises and cloud application services, Sayed says CA Technologies is attempting to help customers work their way through all the technical and cultural changes required.
For example, CA Technologies released an update to CA Agile Central, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application that makes it easier for IT teams to collaborate with one another. New capabilities include Personal Navigation and Quick Details modules aimed at enhancing the productivity of individual members of the IT team.
Finally, in addition to taking advantage of machine learning algorithms to improve mainframe application performance, CA Technologies added workload automation tools alongside a cloud service that manages data preparation and conversion as IT organizations embrace new types of data in mainframe environments.
In general, Sayed says there’s a huge need to rapidly transform almost every aspect of IT operations.
“Organizations clearly need to automate both DevOps and security,” says Sayed.
Na conferência CA World 2016, a CA Technologies continuou a zerar na otimização de DevOps em sistemas distribuídos e de mainframe, incluindo pela primeira vez o uso de algoritmos de aprendizado de máquina para prever problemas de sistemas que afetarão o desempenho do aplicativo de mainframe antes que eles ocorram.
Ayman Sayed, diretor de produto da CA Technologies, diz que o surgimento de uma economia de aplicativos impulsionada por interfaces de programação de aplicativos (APIs) está desafiando o DevOps em ambientes de computação distribuídos e mainframe. Por meio de uma série de serviços de aplicativos no local e em nuvem, Sayed diz que a CA Technologies está tentando ajudar os clientes a superar todas as mudanças técnicas e culturais necessárias.
Por exemplo, a CA Technologies lançou uma atualização para o CA Agile Central, um aplicativo de software como serviço (SaaS), que facilita a colaboração entre equipes de TI. As novas capacidades incluem os módulos Navegação Pessoal e Detalhes Rápidos, visando melhorar a produtividade de cada membro da equipe de TI.
Ao mesmo tempo, a CA Technologies lançou atualizações para suas ferramentas CA Application Performance Management (CA APM) que agora incluem extensões que adicionam suporte para contêineres Docker, software de balanceamento de carga Nginix e software de mensagens RabbitMQ. Além disso, a integração entre o CA APM e o software de teste BlazeMeter adquirido no início deste ano é fornecido como um serviço em nuvem, juntamente com integrações entre o CA Performance Management e as ferramentas CA Virtual Network Assurance desenvolvidas pela CA Technologies para simplificar o gerenciamento de múltiplas Ambientes de rede definidos por software (SDN).
Entretanto, a CA Technologies apresentou um módulo de análise de ameaças para o CA Privileged Access Manager (PAM), que utiliza a aprendizagem de máquinas para identificar ameaças, bem como o CA Identity Service, um novo sistema de identidade- A-serviço.
Por fim, além de aproveitar os algoritmos de aprendizado de máquinas para melhorar o desempenho do aplicativo de mainframe, a CA Technologies adicionou ferramentas de automação de carga de trabalho ao lado de um serviço em nuvem que gerencia a preparação e conversão de dados à medida que as organizações de TI abraçam novos tipos de dados em ambientes mainframe.
Em geral, Sayed diz que há uma enorme necessidade de transformar rapidamente quase todos os aspectos das operações de TI.
"As organizações claramente precisam automatizar tanto o DevOps quanto a segurança", diz Sayed.
Realizar esses objetivos, no entanto, é muito mais fácil dizer do que fazer, a menos que as organizações de TI tenham as ferramentas necessárias para fazer essa transição possível em primeiro lugar.
En la conferencia de CA World 2016, CA Technologies siguió cero en la optimización de DevOps a través de sistemas distribuidos y mainframe, incluyendo por primera vez el uso de algoritmos de aprendizaje de máquina para predecir problemas de sistemas que afectarán el rendimiento de la aplicación de mainframe antes de que se produzcan.
Ayman Sayed, director de producto de CA Technologies, dice que el surgimiento de una economía de aplicaciones impulsada por interfaces de programación de aplicaciones (API) desafía a DevOps a través de entornos de computación distribuidos y mainframe. A través de una serie de servicios de aplicaciones en la nube y en la nube, Sayed dice que CA Technologies está tratando de ayudar a los clientes a trabajar su camino a través de todos los cambios técnicos y culturales requeridos.
Por ejemplo, CA Technologies lanzó una actualización a CA Agile Central, una aplicación de software como servicio (SaaS) que facilita la colaboración entre equipos de TI. Las nuevas funciones incluyen los módulos de Navegación personal y Detalles rápidos para mejorar la productividad de los miembros individuales del equipo de TI.
Al mismo tiempo, CA Technologies lanzó actualizaciones a sus herramientas CA Application Performance Management (CA APM) que ahora incluyen extensiones que agregan soporte para contenedores Docker, software de balanceo de carga Nginix y software de mensajería RabbitMQ. La integración entre CA APM y el software de pruebas BlazeMeter adquirido a principios de este año, que se entrega como servicio en la nube, junto con integraciones entre el software CA Performance Management y las herramientas CA Virtual Network Assurance desarrolladas por CA Technologies para simplificar la administración de múltiples Entornos de red definidos por software (SDN).
En el frente de seguridad de TI, CA Technologies presentó un módulo de análisis de amenazas para CA Privileged Access Manager (PAM) que utiliza el aprendizaje de máquinas para identificar amenazas, así como CA Identity Service, un nuevo sistema de identificación de identidad llave en mano, Una oferta de servicio.
Finalmente, además de aprovechar los algoritmos de aprendizaje automático para mejorar el rendimiento de la aplicación de mainframe, CA Technologies agregó herramientas de automatización de la carga de trabajo junto con un servicio en la nube que gestiona la preparación y conversión de datos a medida que las organizaciones de TI abrazan nuevos tipos de datos en entornos mainframe.
En general, Sayed dice que hay una enorme necesidad de transformar rápidamente casi todos los aspectos de las operaciones de TI.
"Las organizaciones claramente necesitan automatizar tanto DevOps como la seguridad", dice Sayed.
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Realizar estos objetivos, sin embargo, es mucho más fácil decirlo que hacerlo, a menos que las organizaciones de TI tengan las herramientas necesarias para hacer posible esa transición en primer lugar.
Mike Gregoire, da CA Technologies, afirma que empresa precisam atualmente ser ‘feitas para mudar’ / Renato Cruz/inova.jor
O relacionamento de uma empresa com seus clientes e fornecedores está cada vez mais digital. Por causa disso, os processos internos da companhia também precisam estar integrados via software.
“Estamos no amanhecer da quarta revolução industrial, que é movida a software”, afirmou Mike Gregoire, presidente executivo da CA Technologies, durante o evento CA World 2016, realizado esta semana em Las Vegas.
Um clássico dos manuais de administração é Feitas Para Durar (Built To Last, no original em inglês), livro publicado por Jim Collins e Jerry Porras há mais de duas décadas.
Para Gregoire, o cenário mudou e atualmente as empresas precisam ser feitas para mudar (built to change). “Empresas líderes estão reinventando a si mesmas”, disse o executivo.
Fundada há 124 anos, a gigante industrial GE é um exemplo disso.
Gregoire citou Jeff Immelt, presidente da GE, que chegou a afirmar recentemente: “Se você foi deitar na noite passada como uma empresa industrial, vai levantar como uma empresa de software e análise de dados”.
O objetivo da GE é estar entre as 10 maiores companhias de software do mundo até 2020.
Outro exemplo é a rede de pizzarias Domino’s, que tem metade das vendas feitas pelo celular.
“Para mim, a Domino’s é uma empresa de tecnologia, e não de alimentação”, afirmou o presidente da CA Technologies. “A tecnologia tornou-se a principal interface entre sua empresa e seus clientes.”
Mas por que Mike Gregoire falou essas coisas? A CA Technologies oferece ferramentas e serviços para que esse cenário se concretize.
A empresa tem quatro linhas principais de atuação: Agile (ferramentas e metodologia para acelerar planejamento e desenvolvimento), DevOps (soluções para desenvolver, testar, distribuir e operar software), segurança e mainframe.
Nesse cenário de negócios baseados em software, a concorrência pode vir de empresas de outros mercados.
A fabricante de artigos esportivos Under Armour considera concorrentes potenciais companhias de eletrônicos de consumo, como Apple e Samsung. Ela lançou neste ano o Architech, tênis com entressola feita com impressora 3D.
“Atualmente, qualquer pessoa pode vir com uma ideia que muda as regras do jogo”, afirmou Gregoire. “A própria noção de vantagem competitiva está sendo contestada.”
O evento contou com a participação de empresas brasileiras, como Banco Original, Vale, Oi e Embratel, que apresentaram seus casos.
“A transformação digital é o alicerce dessa mudança”, afirmou Marcel Bakker, presidente da CA Technologies no Brasil.
The relationship of a company with its customers and suppliers is increasingly digital. Because of this, the company's internal processes also need to be integrated via software.
"We are at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution, which is software driven," said Mike Gregoire, chief executive of CA Technologies, during the CA World 2016 event this week in Las Vegas.
A classic of the administration manuals is Built To Last, a book published by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras over two decades ago.
For Gregoire, the scenario has changed and today companies need to be made to change (built to change). "Leading companies are reinventing themselves," he said.
Founded 124 years ago, industrial giant GE is an example of this.
Gregoire quoted Jeff Immelt, president of GE, who stated recently: "If you went to bed last night as an industrial company, you will rise as a software company and data analysis."
GE's goal is to be among the top 10 software companies in the world by 2020.
Another example is the Domino's pizzerias network, which has half the sales made by the cell phone.
"For me, Domino's is a technology company, not a food company," said the president of CA Technologies. "Technology has become the main interface between your company and your customers."
But why did Mike Gregoire say such things? CA Technologies offers tools and services to make this a reality.
The company has four main lines of action: Agile (tools and methodology to accelerate planning and development), DevOps (solutions to develop, test, distribute and operate software), security and mainframe.
In this software-based business scenario, competition may come from companies in other markets.
Sportswear maker Under Armor considers rivals potential consumer electronics companies such as Apple and Samsung. She launched this year the Architech, sneaker with 3D printer.
"Anyone today can come up with an idea that changes the rules of the game," Gregoire said. "The very notion of competitive advantage is being contested."
The event was attended by Brazilian companies such as Banco Original, Vale, Oi and Embratel, which presented their cases.
"Digital transformation is the foundation of this change," said Marcel Bakker, president of CA Technologies in Brazil.
The journalist traveled on invitation from CA Technologies
O CEO da CA Technologies, Mike Gregoire, abriu o CA World 2016, que acontece essa semana em Las Vegas, prevendo que as empresas bem-sucedidas do futuro serão as que sabem se adaptar às mudanças, colocando o software no centro de tudo o que fazem.
‘Built to Change’ é o novo paradigma
Em um cenário de constante perturbação econômica, a criação de um modelo de negócio construído para durar está “em desacordo com a nova realidade digital”, afirmou Gregoire. Ele explicou que a ideia de vantagem competitiva sustentável deu lugar ao conceito mais contemporâneo de agilidade de negócio, ou seja, a capacidade de automaticamente sentir, reagir e se adaptar rapidamente à dinâmica oscilante do mercado.
Empresas construídas para mudanças compreendem que as atuais estruturas e ecossistemas são vulneráveis a melhores ideias. Desde a maneira como gerenciam talentos, a forma como evitam prender-se ao ativo fixo, até o jeito como correm riscos, estas empresas se concentram na agilidade do negócio, que por sua vez lhes permite promover melhorias rápidas e contínuas na experiência do cliente.
Software como o facilitador crítico
O software é o facilitador crítico e o fator de diferenciação na capacidade de sucesso de uma empresa, de acordo com Gregoire. “O software é agora o principal componente do DNA de um negócio”, declarou. “É o motor essencial do cliente para detectar e responder a novas necessidades, ameaças e oportunidades. Independentemente de seu setor ou de seu produto final, toda e qualquer marca será representada, comunicada e julgada por meio da tecnologia”, continuou o executivo.
Gregoire explicou que estamos no meio de uma imensa revolução global dos negócios, onde os princípios convencionais de liderança, recursos humanos e gestão financeira estão sendo desafiados. “Tudo isso exige uma nova mentalidade – e agilidade em toda a sua empresa – sobre a forma como você usa a tecnologia e constrói software”, revelou Gregoire. “Devemos otimizar a capacidade de resposta para capitalizar novas oportunidades, abrir espaço para a inovação e oferecer um valor único aos nossos clientes”.
A CA vai anunciar uma série de novas soluções durante o CA World através de seus portfólios Agile, DevOps, Security e Mainframe, que estão alinhados à maneira como as empresas modernas planejam, desenvolvem e entregam suas próprias soluções de software. “Pense nelas como recursos essenciais que você precisará para levar a sua organização para o futuro”, disse Gregoire.
Algumas dessas apresentações incluem uma nova solução de identity-as-a-service, para atender às necessidades de gestão de identidade e acesso (IAM), tanto para aplicativos locais quanto baseados na nuvem. A empresa também anuncia novos recursos do DevOps com análises inteligentes e integrações para serviços em nuvem e redes virtuais.
CA Technologies CEO Mike Gregoire opened CA World 2016 this week in Las Vegas, predicting that successful companies of the future will be those who know how to adapt to change by putting software at the center of everything They do.
'Built to Change' is the new paradigm
In a scenario of constant economic turmoil, the creation of a business model built to last is "at odds with the new digital reality," Gregoire said. He explained that the idea of sustainable competitive advantage gave way to the more contemporary concept of business agility, that is, the ability to automatically feel, react and adapt quickly to the oscillating dynamics of the market.
Companies built for change understand that current structures and ecosystems are vulnerable to better ideas. From the way they manage talent, how they avoid attaching to fixed assets, to the way they take risks, these companies focus on business agility, which in turn enables them to promote rapid and continuous improvements in the customer experience.
Software as the Critical Facilitator
Software is the critical facilitator and differentiation factor in a company's ability to succeed, according to Gregoire. "Software is now the main component of the DNA of a business," he said. "It is the customer's essential engine to detect and respond to new needs, threats and opportunities. Regardless of your industry or your end product, every brand will be represented, communicated and judged through technology, "continued the executive.
Gregoire explained that we are in the midst of an immense global business revolution, where conventional principles of leadership, human resources and financial management are being challenged. "All this requires a new mindset - and agility throughout your business - about how you use technology and build software," Gregoire revealed. "We must optimize responsiveness to capitalize on new opportunities, make room for innovation, and deliver unique value to our customers."
CA will announce a number of new solutions during CA World through its Agile, DevOps, Security and Mainframe portfolios, which are aligned with the way modern companies plan, develop and deliver their own software solutions. "Think of them as key resources you'll need to take your organization into the future," Gregoire said.
Some of these presentations include a new identity-as-a-service solution to address Identity and Access Management (IAM) needs for both local and cloud-based applications. The company also announces new DevOps features with intelligent analytics and integrations for cloud services and virtual networks.
Here is an overview of ten publicly-listed cloud security companies, all key players who satisfy everyday user problems and operate on the proviso that data is more secure in the cloud than on the network.
The Nasdaq CTA Cybersecurity Index (INDEXNASDAQ:NQCYBR) has been on the rise consistently since February. October saw a high of $929.161 per share which could be attributed to National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Index’s positive performance reflects increasing reliance on technology and wariness of the risks, by individuals, companies and countries.
Our population is more connected than ever and people of all ages have multiple devices. More companies are on the journey to “lift and shift” their data to the cloud. China’s new law exemplifies the growing concern about cybersecurity and the need to protect against hacks. Cloud computing stocks are a sure bet for investment opportunities, as they enjoy such a diverse audience.
CA Technologies is a software company leading customers through the cloud process. They are unique for their hybrid cloud solution as opposed to simply on-premises private or third-party public clouds.
Zensar Technologies will showcase enterprise solutions built around the framework of Return on Digital at CA World 2016. The company will be demonstrating in exhibit 418P solution accelerators and IPs developed around DevOps, Analytics, Hybrid Cloud Monitoring & Management, Digital Workplace, Application Performance Management and Security.
Zensar Technologies operates as a software service company. It is engaged in software development, networking, e-commerce and systems integration services. It also provides consulting, collaboration services and business process outsourcing services.
More Than 90 Percent of Organizations Report the EU General Data Protection Regulation Will Impact the Way they Collect, Use and Process Personal Data
November 10, 2016 09:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A study commissioned by CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) found that current application test data management practices are not adequate to meet the compliance requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In fact, only 31 percent of respondents believed that their organizations’ current testing practices fully comply with the GDPR, which will affect any business that handles European personal data.
“GDPR’s definition of personal data, combined with high fines – €20 million or 4 percent of an organization’s global annual revenue, whichever is greater – should put IT and application teams on high alert to safeguard personal data across both development and testing environments.”
“With businesses across all industries increasingly expanding their global presence, the impact of new regulations such as the GDPR is going to be felt more quickly and intensely than many realize,” said Jeff Scheaffer, general manager, Continuous Delivery, CA Technologies. “GDPR’s definition of personal data, combined with high fines – €20 million or 4 percent of an organization’s global annual revenue, whichever is greater – should put IT and application teams on high alert to safeguard personal data across both development and testing environments.”
In the study titled “EU General Data Protection Regulation: Are you ready for it?,” the majority of respondents were not completely confident that their organization could meet two of the key provisions of the GDPR known as the “Right to be Forgotten” and the “Right to Data Portability.” When it came to identifying, erasing and providing customers with their data:
Only 33 percent were very confident that every piece of customer data could be identified promptly across all systems and applications.
Only 34 percent are completely confident that their organization can erase every instance of a customer’s (test) data without delay.
Less than half (43 percent) would be fully able to provide a customer with their data in a format accessible by them and transmissible to other formats, and
A surprising 10 percent currently say that they cannot do this at all.
The study also found that organizations will need to change core processes with more than 90 percent of respondents reporting that the regulation will impact how they collect, transfer, use, process, store and send/receive personal data outside the EU. The top technological challenges identified by 88 percent of survey participants as a potential risk to GDPR compliance include:
sensitive data stored inconsistently (54 percent)
multiple copies of production data stored across the corporate network (48 percent)
technical debt or poorly understood data models (30 percent)
ad hoc sharing of test data across personal test machines (25 percent)
To meet the GDPR’s May 25, 2018 deadline, almost nine in ten (89 percent) businesses stated that they need to invest in new technologies and services that include encryption (58 percent), analytic and reporting (49 percent) and test data management (47 percent) technologies.
“To ensure businesses can continue to trade and compete in today’s digital world, companies that have significant dealings with the EU and its citizens need to reevaluate their approach to managing test data sets and invest in the processes and tools that will ensure they meet the GDPR compliance standards,” continued Scheaffer.
CA Technologies continues to help customers address GDPR requirements through its broad portfolio that includes test data management, security, API management and mainframe solutions. These innovations enable organizations to confidently embark on their compliance journey to protect data in mainframe, distributed, cloud and mobile environments. For more information visit, http://www.ca.com/gdpr.
Vanson Bourne conducted the CA Technologies-sponsored study of 200 IT, and risk and compliance decision makers in the US and UK at enterprise organizations with revenues of over $1 billion or more in financial services, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications and public sector industries. For additional details, see the report “EU General Data Protection Regulation: Are you ready for it?”
About CA Technologies
CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) creates software that fuels transformation for companies and enables them to seize the opportunities of the application economy. Software is at the heart of every business in every industry. From planning, to development, to management and security, CA is working with companies worldwide to change the way we live, transact, and communicate – across mobile, private and public cloud, distributed and mainframe environments. Learn more at www.ca.com.
A subsidiária brasileira da CA Technologies, fabricante americana de softwares, negocia com governos de Brasil, Argentina, Peru, México e Colômbia a venda de uma ferramenta para oferecer serviços públicos via celular. Trata-se de um movimento da companhia para ganhar espaço no mercado de aplicativos móveis, que deve movimentar US$ 77 bilhões no próximo ano no mundo, segundo projeção da consultoria Gartner.
The Brazilian subsidiary of CA Technologies, a US software maker, is negotiating with governments in Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Mexico and Colombia to sell a tool to offer public mobile services. This is a move by the company to gain space in the mobile application market, which is expected to move $ 77 billion next year worldwide, according to Gartner consultancy.
CA disputar mercado de servicio público mediante dispositivo móvil
La filial brasileña de CA Technologies, fabricante de software estadounidense, está negociando con los gobiernos de Brasil, Argentina, Perú, México y Colombia que venden una herramienta para proporcionar servicios públicos a través del teléfono móvil. Este es un movimiento empresa para ganar espacio en el mercado de las aplicaciones móviles, lo que generaría $ 77 millones el próximo año en el mundo, según las proyecciones de Gartner.
CA contester le marché de service public par mobile
La filiale brésilienne de CA Technologies, fabricant de logiciels américain, est en train de négocier avec les gouvernements du Brésil, de l'Argentine, le Pérou, le Mexique et la Colombie vendant un outil pour fournir des services publics via le téléphone mobile. Ceci est une société déménagement à gagner de l'espace sur le marché des applications mobiles, qui devrait générer 77 milliards $ l'an prochain dans le monde, selon les projections de Gartner.
PUNE: India leads the business impact scorecard according to a study on digital transformation conducted by CA Technologies and Coleman Parkes. The survey was carried out across 1770 senior IT executives and business heads in 21 countries, including 78 in India. The business impact scorecard measures 14 key performance indicators across four categories – business agility, business growth, customer focus and operational efficiency. India led the global ranking with a score of 79, against a global average score of 53, Americas at 63, MEA at 47 and APJ at 56. However, only 46% of the Indian executives surveyed felt that they were disrupting their respective industries—the lowest score in the region. Sunil Manglore, Managing Director, CA Technologies India, said that this was because while the improvements seen had been the highest across all markets, in actual terms, it still was quite low. “India is at the cusp of a major revolution, as we see digital technologies being at the center of business strategy for leading businesses. Our survey results are a testimony to a strong correlation between business performance and smarter technologies that underpin digital transformations.”
Among the Indian organisations, 94% said it was about investing in the right talent, 92%, about defining a vision for a new digital enterprise, 90% are investing in a new leadership team to drive a digital enterprise and 83% are embracing digital technologies to redefine how they interact with the customer. The key metrics used to determine the success of digital transformation were: customer experience (92%), new business growth (92%), time to decision (91%), customer satisfaction (88%), digital reach (88%) and speed to market (87%).
After implementing their digital transformation strategies, 97% reported an improvement in customer experience, while 55% said that new revenues had gone up. Further, 93% reported improved digital reach. The executives reported improved scores with advanced use of : API Management (54%) DevOp Practices (37%) agile methodologies (33%) and identity centric security (27%).
While the survey didn’t provide industry specific data for India, Manglore said, “Globally, the key verticals for digital transformation projects are telecom, government, banking and financial services and retail. In India too, the trend is similar.”
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At CA World 2016 next week, CA and Viptela will provide an exclusive invitation only opportunity for qualified executives to take a sneak peek into CA’s SD-WAN performance monitoring platform. This yet-to-be released solution addresses the WAN challenges all enterprises are facing in moving to the Cloud.
“SD-WAN infrastructure is critical to enabling new Cloud services and this partnership allows our joint customers to seamlessly unify network and health status intelligence from their Viptela SD-WAN platform within a centralized CA-based monitoring and management view,” said Amir Khan, CEO of Viptela. “Together, we are eliminating visibility gaps between traditional network and SD-WAN operational silos to provide administrators with the insights they need to optimize and transform their large hybrid networks.”
The combination of Viptela’s vManage application, which provides centralized configuration, management and a single view for SD-WAN health and performance, with CA Performance Management and CA Virtual Network Assurance enables enterprises to centralize real-time monitoring across their entire network infrastructure to:
Achieve a single, unified view of both the Viptela SD-WAN and other network devices and applications across their entire digital infrastructure.
Utilize CA’s experience in operational user interface and workflow for complex SD-WAN layered networks.
Analyze and correlate the performance of Vipteta SD-WAN application-aware networking and policy based routing to optimize application performance within the CA-based monitoring and management infrastructure.
Detect, isolate, and address problems in real-time across the entire enterprise network for fast resolution.
“SD-WAN is an important enabling technology for our customers as they continue to move workloads to the Cloud,” said Ali Siddiqui, general manager, Agile Operations, CA Technologies. “Viptela’s high performance SD-WAN architecture combined with our next-generation, carrier-class network performance management and SDN solutions provide organizations with a comprehensive monitoring solution for managing the WAN connection to the Cloud.”
The Viptela SD-WAN platform virtualizes WAN infrastructure to allow for fast roll-out across the extended enterprise at a 50 percent lower cost with 10x more bandwidth and 5x higher cloud performance than alternatives. It allows large enterprises to “mix and match” any combination of connections (MPLS, Broadband, Wireless 3G/4G LTE, etc.) and unifies provisioning and management across cloud and data center resources for hundreds or even thousands of sites.
CA Technologies creates software that fuels transformation for companies and enables them to seize the opportunities of the application economy. Software is at the heart of every business in every industry. From planning, to development, to management and security, CA is working with companies worldwide to change the way we live, transact, and communicate – across mobile, private and public cloud, distributed and mainframe environments. Learn more at www.ca.com.
Viptela provides Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology that virtualizes WAN infrastructure. The platform allows global companies to build carrier agnostic, policy-controlled and cost-effective WANs. Viptela has been deployed at thousands of sites by more than 25 Fortune 500 enterprises; and major carriers including Verizon and Singtel are using Viptela to deliver managed SD-WAN services. Viptela is backed by Redline Capital, Northgate Capital and Sequoia Capital. For more information, visit: viptela.com or follow us on Twitter @viptela.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) today announced that Kieran J. McGrath has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer, effectively immediately. McGrath, who most recently served as interim CFO, will report to Chief Executive Officer Mike Gregoire.
“I am delighted to announce Kieran McGrath as CFO of CA Technologies”
“I am delighted to announce Kieran McGrath as CFO of CA Technologies,” said Mr. Gregoire. “Kieran has become an integral part of our management team, demonstrating both the strategic vision and the business acumen to capitalize on our opportunities and help shape the future of CA Technologies. Kieran has led initiatives to improve processes, accelerate velocity, and drive scale at CA. His effectiveness comes from his combined experience in driving new, higher growth software businesses while maintaining vibrancy in more mature product platforms, along with his collaborative and results-oriented spirit.
“We compete in a dynamic and competitive industry. The changes made across the executive leadership team over the past 18 months reflect the evolution of our company. As an organization, we will continue to be agile and make adjustments across the enterprise so that we can best serve our customers, our employees, and our shareholders. Looking ahead, I am energized by our opportunities and by our heightened ability to achieve our potential in the years ahead.”
McGrath, 57, joined CA Technologies in 2014 as corporate controller and served in that role until being named interim-CFO in July 2016. Prior to that, McGrath spent more than 30 years at IBM, where he honed his financial, operational and transformational management experience, ultimately overseeing the finance team for the company’s $25 billion global software business. During that time, IBM software became a growth business for IBM as they shifted into higher-value market segments including cloud computing, security and business analytics software. McGrath received his bachelor of science in accounting from St. John’s University.
About CA Technologies
CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) creates software that fuels transformation for companies and enables them to seize the opportunities of the Application Economy. Software is at the heart of every business in every industry. From planning, to development, to management and security, CA is working with companies worldwide to change the way we live, transact, and communicate - across mobile, private and public cloud, distributed and mainframe environments. Learn more at www.ca.com.
CA Technologies Positioned as a Leader in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management
SYDNEY, 4th Nov. 2016 – CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) has been positioned by Gartner, Inc., in the Leaders quadrant of the 2016 *Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management.
Gartner evaluates vendors based on completeness of vision and ability to execute. For this report, under ability to execute, Gartner segments full life cycle API management into five categories: planning, design and implementation, deploy and run (basic), deploy and run (advanced), versioning and retirement. CA achieved the highest position for ability to execute within the Leaders quadrant.
“Certainly the API economy is only just beginning to emerge, and the hype around it is still growing as digital strategies and the pervasive use of the Internet of Things (IoT) unfold. An organization's API strategy underpins its digital strategy — and is a sizable portion of it — so engaging with the API economy is an integral part of any digital strategy,”* wrote Gartner Analysts Paolo Malinverno and Mark O’Neill, in the report.
CA’s API Management solutions improve API life cycle management processes, from planning, designing, integration and security, to testing, deployment, managing and monitoring. The portfolio offers a variety of API tools that allow enterprise stakeholders, including developers and enterprise architects, business managers and security professionals, to speed development while integrating, creating and securing APIs on the road to digitally transforming their businesses.
“CA’s scalability, security and multi-cloud support for APIs continues to be a strength of our API Management solutions,” said Paul Kastner, Solution Lead, API Management at CA Technologies Australia and New Zealand. “CA is changing the entire application development dynamic with its creation, management, security, and mobile enablement of APIs.”
To receive a complimentary copy of the report, please visit “Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management.” To learn more about CA Technologies API Management solutions, visit http://www.ca.com/api.
Notes to editors:
If you’d like a phone interview with Paul Kastner, Solution Lead, API Management at CA Technologies ANZ, please contact Bryony Massingham.
*Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management, by Paolo Malinverno and Mark O’Neill, October 27, 2016.
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We all know application release automation is a growing area in DevOps, and Gartner has finally acknowledged that by issuing a brand new Magic Quadrant. The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Release Automation states that this market is poised for growth, with a projected CAGR of 20% through 2020.
CA Technologies was recently named a leader in the report for its CA Release Automation product. So we recently sat down with Jeff Scheaffer, General Manager, Continuous Delivery, CA Technologies to discuss why release automation tools are critical in the application lifecycle.
ADM: By 2020, 50% of global enterprises will have implemented at least one application release automation (ARA) solution, up from less than 10% today – what is driving this growth?
Scheaffer: In the application economy, a company promotes its brand, products, and services through its web and mobile applications. Competitive advantage depends on the ability to deliver quality apps at speed, with dramatically lower risk and cost. To do this, enterprises need the automation, visibility, and pipeline analytics provided by an ARA solution. ARA leads to dramatic results. For example, we’ve seen our customers achieve ROIs of almost 400%, decrease errors by 98%, and improve deployments by 20 times through the use of our continuous delivery solutions from our DevOps portfolio.
ADM: What should enterprises look for when they invest in ARA solutions?
Scheaffer: First and foremost, any ARA solution for enterprise companies should provide:
- A visual platform to define, manage and coordinate the deployment of hundreds of complex release pipelines by abstracting the release artifacts (the WHAT), deployment logic (the HOW), and the environments (the WHERE) in order to provide the utmost in reusability and consistency of the overall release process.
- An open architecture that provides a broad set of highly functional integrations that can also be easily customized to suit an organization’s specific requirements.
- A dashboard with real-time metrics, historical analytics, and governance.
- Scalability to handle multiple, complex concurrent release cycles across a large number of development organizations.
- A vendor with a solid track record of helping organizations transition to DevOps methodologies by providing best practices that fit organizational needs.
ADM: How can agile organizations leverage Application Release Automation (ARA) to bring products to market more quickly?
Scheaffer: ARA changes the game by helping companies deliver innovative functionality faster by:
- Automating the code pipeline to break down silos and orchestrate the entire software development lifecycle from planning to production.
- Standardizing multiple deployment patterns and ensuring consistency, traceability, and quality of the release process while reducing errors.
- Reducing complexity by automatically determining the optimal deployment of simple or complex applications built on microservices (dependency mapping, conflict resolution).
- Providing analytics for continuous improvement of the software development lifecycle to help organizations achieve the goal of “code to test to production in 10 minutes or less.”
ADM: What are some tips for success while using ARA?
Scheaffer: ARA is transformational. To be successful, organizations need to be ready to embrace change. To start the process organizations need to:
- Identify executive sponsors. You’ll need executive sponsors focused on increasing business performance and evolving the organization through digital transformation.
- Start with one project. Select a key pressure point, address it, and move on after a successful implementation. Allow success to be a proof point for more success.
- Engage across-functional team. ARA impact steams across the entire software development life cycle so it is critical to engage stakeholders across teams from planning to production.
- Select the right ARA provider that provides all of the dimensions described above: best practices; deployment models; support across traditional, private, and public cloud; depth and breadth of integrations; the analytics to support continuous improvement; and scalability to support a large volume of complex, concurrent releases.
ADM: What challenges are most difficult for organizations to overcome who are new to ARA?
Scheaffer: Customers often tell us that their biggest challenge centers around culture and change management. Continuous delivery is a technical and a cultural shift. Very often, teams resist change because they are comfortable with current roles, tools and processes.They might be stretching the capabilities of continuous integration or infrastructure management tools to do some automation, and that’s perceived as good enough. And, if the organization is using waterfall or a partial agile process with manual steps, they may feel uncomfortable transitioning to“zero-touch” orchestration. There is a perceived loss of control, even though, in reality, there’s much more visibility and control with ARA.
The desire to embrace DevOps principles such as removing silos, automating as much as possible and rapid feedback is really key to success. The benefits of an ARA solution are huge, but continuous delivery isn’t something you can achieve with ARA alone. To be successful, there’s both technical and cultural transformation that needs to happen.
ADM: What other trends are you seeing in the continuous delivery space?
Scheaffer: To compete and succeed in today’s application economy, organizations are being driven to introduce applications faster, at higher quality, and lower cost. Continuous deliveryisn’t just a cutting edge approach for unicorns, it’s the way today’s companies stay competitive. Some key trends I’m seeing include:
- Analytics are taking center stage. As companies increase release volume, while increasing quality and reducing risk, comprehensive pipeline visibility and detailed analytics are imperative for continuous improvement.
- Shifting quality left. Building automated testing and feedback loops into the pipeline allows organizations to fix problems faster, with less time and cost.
- Organizational cohesiveness. We’re seeing organizations with cross-departmental teams and executive sponsorship committed to eliminating silos and adopting the fully automated application delivery pipeline. Companies are looking for trusted advisors to partner with them through the Agile-DevOps-Continuous Delivery transformation—and to support that journey with world class products and services.
NEW YORK, Nov. 01 /CSRwire/ - CA Technologies(NASDAQ:CA) today announced its continued support of education for India’s highest-need students through a $100,000 grant. CA’s contribution will help more than 15,000 rural, low-income children served by Pratham, India’s largest educational NGO, through the Science Learning Program and the Girls’ Education Program.
Through its Science Learning Program, Pratham transforms science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education from rote recitation to activity-based, experiential learning. Pratham’s Girls’ Education program assists girls who have dropped out of school with getting their 10th grade completion certificate, a game changer for future job or education prospects.
Although elementary education in India is universal and free, many children struggle with literacy and numeracy. Almost half of the country’s 210 million children cannot read at grade level. Students who have been in school for five or six years still struggle, leading to high attrition rates in secondary school. A lack of literacy makes STEM subjects especially difficult to understand. Additionally, many girls in India are forced to drop out of school because of socio-economic circumstances and cultural attitudes. India is home to one-third of the world’s child brides, and many young girls are tasked with household chores which make pursuing education a challenge. In response to these needs, Pratham offers targeted educational programs to underprivileged students across India.
This year, CA Technologies is partnering with Pratham to expand its Science Learning Program in the state of Maharashtra, near Mumbai. A science center has been set up in a rural area, and a mobile science van will bring STEM education to even more remote villages, enabling students to participate in science workshops and fairs. Additionally, Pratham will develop comic books about STEM in multiple languages, to make learning science exciting and accessible to a wider range of children.
“Pratham’s Science Learning Program brings a new way of learning to rural schools, inspiring children and transforming their education,” said Sarita Gupta, senior development advisor for Pratham. “We’re grateful to CA Technologies for their generous and sustained support of our students. It will be exciting to watch this partnership flourish and make an even greater impact.”
CA Technologies is also supporting Pratham’s Girls’ Education program, which provides girls who have dropped out of school with access to a safe, supportive learning environment so they can pass their 10th grade examination (equivalent to a high school diploma in the U.S.). Classes are held in the afternoons, so girls can attend once household chores have been completed. The year-long program begins with a three-month course in math, language, English and science to reinforce essential elementary school concepts. Students who perform well and are motivated advance to the second part of the program, which prepares them for the secondary school examination.
“CA Technologies is committed to advancing STEM education and empowering women and girls to succeed,” said Erica Christensen, vice president, Corporate Social Responsibility, CA Technologies. “We are proud to support Pratham’s mission to inspire a love for learning in every child and to make educational programs accessible to all.”
About Pratham The largest educational NGO in India, Pratham was established in 1995 to provide preschool education to children in the slums of Mumbai. Since then, the organization has grown immensely both in scope & geographical coverage, reaching millions of children in 23 of India’s 29 states. Pratham’s programs are designed to address a gamut of educational problems – preschool education, learning support to both in-school and out-of-school children, mainstreaming of out-of-school children, computer literacy, vocational training for youth, assisting girl dropouts to get their high school equivalency certificate, and special programs for vulnerable and working children. Learn more at www.prathamusa.org.
About CA Technologies CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) creates software that fuels transformation for companies and enables them to seize the opportunities of the application economy. Software is at the heart of every business in every industry. From planning, to development, to management and security, CA is working with companies worldwide to change the way we live, transact, and communicate – across mobile, private and public cloud, distributed and mainframe environments. Learn more at www.ca.com.
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CA Technologies reported second quarter net income shot up 23 percent to $212 million as revenue edged up 1 percent to slightly more than $1 billion.
Mike Gregoire, CEO of the Manhattan-based firm with large operations in Islandia, said the firm “delivered solid second quarter results” and is “making progress across a number of our key initiatives.”
He added that the firm’s “product development and innovation engines are beginning to gain momentum” and the firm is “pleased with our improving customer experience metrics.”
CA Technologies’ North American revenue rose 2 percent to $690 million and 68 percent of total revenues from $677 million or 67 percent the prior year.
Sales abroad remained flat at $328 million, but slipped to 32 percent of total sales from 33 percent the prior year.
The firm attributed the increase in revenue to an increase in software fees and other revenue, partially offset by decreases in professional services revenue and subscription and maintenance revenue.
CA Technologies in a written statement said software fees rose “primarily due to an increase in sales of enterprise solutions products recognized on an upfront basis” and an increase in software as a service revenue, primarily from CA Agile Central products acquired from Rally Software Development Corp.
A CA Technologies informou que a receita líquida do segundo trimestre subiu 23%, para US $ 212 milhões, enquanto as receitas subiram 1%, para pouco mais de US $ 1 bilhão. Mike Gregoire, CEO da empresa com sede em Manhattan, com grandes operações em Islandia, disse que a empresa "entregou resultados sólidos do segundo trimestre" e está "fazendo progressos em várias de nossas principais iniciativas". Ele acrescentou que o "desenvolvimento de produtos e motores de inovação da empresa estão começando a ganhar impulso" ea empresa está "satisfeita com a nossa melhoria da métrica da experiência do cliente." A receita norte-americana da CA Technologies aumentou 2% para US $ 690 milhões e 68% da receita total de US $ 677 milhões, ou 67% no ano anterior. As vendas no exterior permaneceram estáveis em US $ 328 milhões, mas caíram para 32% das vendas totais de 33% no ano anterior. A empresa atribuiu o aumento da receita a um aumento nas tarifas de software e outras receitas, parcialmente compensadas pela queda na receita de serviços profissionais e receita de assinatura e manutenção. A CA Technologies afirmou em comunicado que as taxas de software subiram "principalmente devido ao aumento nas vendas de produtos de soluções empresariais reconhecidas de forma adiantada" e ao aumento do software como receita de serviços, principalmente dos produtos CA Agile Central adquiridos da Rally Software Development Corp .
CA Technologies informó que la utilidad neta del segundo trimestre subió un 23 por ciento a 212 millones de dólares, ya que los ingresos aumentaron un 1 por ciento a poco más de mil millones de dólares. Mike Gregoire, CEO de la firma con sede en Manhattan y con grandes operaciones en Islandia, dijo que la firma "entregó sólidos resultados del segundo trimestre" y está "haciendo progresos en varias de nuestras iniciativas clave". Agregó que el "desarrollo de productos y los motores de innovación de la firma están empezando a ganar impulso" y la empresa está "satisfecha con nuestra mejora de las métricas de la experiencia del cliente". Los ingresos de CA Technologies en Norteamérica subieron un 2 por ciento a 690 millones de dólares y un 68 por ciento de los ingresos totales de 677 millones de dólares o un 67 por ciento el año anterior. Las ventas en el extranjero se mantuvieron estables en 328 millones de dólares, pero cayeron hasta el 32 por ciento de las ventas totales, frente al 33 por ciento del año anterior. La firma atribuyó el aumento de los ingresos a un aumento en las tarifas de software y otros ingresos, parcialmente compensado por la disminución en los ingresos de servicios profesionales y de suscripción y mantenimiento. CA Technologies informó en un comunicado que las tarifas de software aumentaron "debido principalmente a un aumento en las ventas de productos de soluciones empresariales reconocidos de forma anticipada" y un aumento en el software como ingresos de servicio, principalmente de los productos CA Agile Central adquiridos de Rally Software Development Corp .
CA Technologies a enregistré un bénéfice net du deuxième trimestre en hausse de 23 pour cent à 212 millions de dollars, les recettes ayant progressé de 1 pour cent à un peu plus de 1 milliard de dollars. Mike Gregoire, PDG de l'entreprise basée à Manhattan avec de grandes opérations à Islandia, a déclaré que la société «a livré de solides résultats du deuxième trimestre» et est «faire des progrès à travers un certain nombre de nos initiatives clés. Il a ajouté que le «développement de produits et les moteurs d'innovation de l'entreprise commencent à prendre de l'ampleur» et que l'entreprise «est satisfaite de l'amélioration de ses paramètres d'expérience client». Le chiffre d'affaires nord-américain de CA Technologies a augmenté de 2% pour s'établir à 690 millions de dollars et de 68% à 677 millions de dollars, soit 67% l'an dernier. Les ventes à l'étranger sont demeurées stables à 328 millions de dollars, mais elles sont tombées à 32% des ventes totales, contre 33% l'année précédente. L'entreprise a attribué la hausse des produits à une augmentation des frais de logiciels et d'autres produits, en partie contrebalancée par la baisse des produits tirés des services professionnels et des produits d'abonnement et de maintenance. CA Technologies a déclaré dans un communiqué écrit que les frais de logiciels ont augmenté «principalement en raison d'une augmentation des ventes de produits de solutions d'entreprise reconnus sur une base initiale» et une augmentation des logiciels en tant que revenu de service, principalement des produits CA Agile Central acquis de Rally Software Development Corp .
CA Technologies berichtete im zweiten Quartal Nettoeinkommen schoss um 23 Prozent auf $ 212 Millionen als Umsatz stieg um 1 Prozent auf etwas mehr als 1 Milliarde Dollar. Mike Gregoire, CEO der Manhattan-basierten Firma mit großen Operationen in Islandia, sagte, das Unternehmen "lieferte solide Ergebnisse im zweiten Quartal" und ist "Fortschritte bei einer Reihe unserer wichtigsten Initiativen." Er fügte hinzu, dass die Firma "Produktentwicklung und Innovationsmotoren anfangen, Dynamik zu gewinnen" und die Firma ist "zufrieden mit unserer Verbesserung der Kundenzufriedenheit Metriken." Der nordamerikanische Umsatz der CA Technologies stieg um 2 Prozent auf 690 Millionen US-Dollar und 68 Prozent im Gesamtumsatz von 677 Millionen US-Dollar oder 67 Prozent im Vorjahr. Die Verkäufe im Ausland blieben mit 328 Millionen US-Dollar flach, gingen aber auf 32 Prozent des Gesamtumsatzes von 33 Prozent im Vorjahr zurück. Das Unternehmen zugeschrieben den Anstieg der Einnahmen zu einem Anstieg der Software-Gebühren und andere Einnahmen, teilweise kompensiert durch Rückgang der Einnahmen aus professionellen Dienstleistungen und Abonnement-und Wartungsumsatz. CA Technologies sagte in einer schriftlichen Erklärung, dass die Softwaregebühren vor allem wegen der Erhöhung des Umsatzes an Unternehmensprodukten, die auf der Basis eines Upfront-Ansatzes erkannt wurden, gestiegen sind und eine Steigerung der Software als Dienstleistungsumsatz, hauptsächlich von CA Agile Central-Produkten, die von Rally Software Development Corp. .
CAテクノロジーズは売上高は1％増とわずか$ 1以上億縁取られたように、第2四半期の純利益は$ 212百万23パーセントを撃ったと報告しました。 マイク・グレゴワール、アイランディアの大きな操作でマンハッタンベースの会社の最高経営責任者（CEO）は、同社が「固体第2四半期業績を達成」とされる「当社の主要な取り組みの数全体の進捗状況を作ります。」 彼は会社の「製品開発と技術革新のエンジンは勢いを得るために始めている」と会社であることを追加 "私たちの向上、顧客のエクスペリエンスメトリックに満足して。」 CA Technologiesの北米の収益は$ 690百万$ 677百万67パーセント前年からの総収入の68パーセントに2％上昇しました。 海外売上高は$ 328百万横ばいが、33パーセント前年から総売上高の32パーセントに転落しました。 同社は一部のプロフェッショナルサービスの売上高とサブスクリプションおよびメンテナンス収入の減少により相殺され、ソフトウェアの手数料およびその他の収入の増加に収益の増加を挙げています。 書面でのCA Technologiesのソフトウェア費用は、主にラリーソフトウェア開発社から取得したCAアジャイル中央製品から、およびサービス収益としてソフトウェアの増加」主因前払い基づいて認識エンタープライズソリューション製品の売上高の増加に "上昇しました。 CA tekunorojīzu wa uriagedaka wa 1-pāsento-zō to wazuka $ 1 ijō oku en tora reta yō ni, dai 2 shihanki no jun rieki wa $ 212 hyaku man 23 pāsento o utta to hōkoku shimashita. Maiku guregowāru, airandia no ōkina sōsa de manhattanbēsu no kaisha no saikō keiei sekininsha (CEO) wa, dōsha ga `kotai dai 2 shihanki gyōseki o tassei' to sa reru `tōsha no shuyōna torikumi no sū zentai no shinchoku jōkyō o tsukurimasu.' Kare wa kaisha no `seihin kaihatsu to gijutsu kakushin no enjin wa ikioi o eru tame ni hajimete iru' to kaishadearu koto o tsuika" watashitachi no kōjō, kokyaku no ekusuperiensumetorikku ni manzoku shite.' CA tekunorojīzu no Hokubei no shūeki wa $ 690 hyaku man $ 677 hyaku man 67 pāsento zen'nen kara no sō shūnyū no 68 pāsento ni 2-pāsento jōshō shimashita. Kaigai uriagedaka wa $ 328 hyaku man yokobai ga, 33 pāsento zen'nen kara sō uriagedaka no 32 pāsento ni tenraku shimashita. Dōsha wa ichibu no purofesshonarusābisu no uriagedaka to sabusukuripushon oyobi mentenansu shūnyū no genshō ni yori sōsai sa re, sofutō~ea no tesūryō oyobi sonohoka no shūnyū no zōka ni shūeki no zōka o agete imasu. Shomen de no CA tekunorojīzu no sofutō~ea hiyō wa, omo ni rarīsofutou~ea kaihatsu-sha kara shutoku shita CA ajairu chūō seihin kara, oyobi sābisu shūeki to shite sofutō~ea no zōka' shuin maebarai motodzuite ninshiki entāpuraizusoryūshon seihin no uriagedaka no zōka ni" jōshō shimashita. Google Tradutor para empresas:Google Toolkit de tradução para appsTradutor de sitesGlobal Market Finder