Announcing General Availability for CA Application Delivery Analysis 10.5 and CA Multi-Port Monitor (MTP) 10.5

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The Infrastructure Management Business Unit is pleased to announce the General Availability (GA) of CA Application Delivery Analysis (CA ADA) 10.5 and CA Multi-Port Monitor (MTP) 10.5. 

 

New Features in CA ADA 10.5

CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) 8.4 Integration

Detect, isolate and resolve problems faster using an intuitive workflow and unified view of your systems, networks and now application delivery performance data.

CA ADA 10.5 now supports a direct integration into UIM 8.4.  The UIM integration:

  • Allows customers to view application delivery analysis data in context for a server inside of the Unified Management Portal (UMP).
  • Enables customers to drill from UIM to ADA for additional diagnostic detail, and back to UIM from within ADA.
  • Introduces Downstream Dependency Discovery including Server Connect Time and Server Response Time, isolating performance issues to a particular server in an application delivery chain.

 

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Application creation with non-sequential ports

CA ADA 10.5 allows the creation of applications that do not use sequential port numbers through a comma-separated list.

 

New Features in CA MTP 10.5

Security Updates

CA Multi-Port Monitor 10.5 provides support for the latest security vulnerability and third-party package updates for CentOS 6.x.

 

Application creation with non-sequential ports

CA MTP 10.5 allows the creation of applications that do not use sequential port numbers through a comma-separated list.

 

Electronic Download

You can obtain CA ADA 10.5 and CA MTP 10.5 from the Products section of the CA Application Delivery Analysis product support page.  You can also obtain product documentation, including release notes, at docops.ca.com.

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