CA Data Protection 15.1 is released.
Link for Product Documentation: https://docops.ca.com/ca-data-protection/15-1/en
New features for CA Data Protection 15.1 include:
Native 64-bit Components
The new setup64.exe installer installs the 64-bit versions of the following components:
- Content Services
- Administrative Console
- EMC Centera Storage Connector
- Standard Reports and Searches
- Standard Policies
- CMS Infrastructure Service
Support for MTP Devices
The Client File System Agent (CFSA) can monitor files being copied to MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) devices.
Support for Microsoft SQL Server Partitioning
Support for partitioned MS SQL Server added to improve database maintenance/performance.
Client Network Agent Displays Warning When Accessing Unsecure Websites
When a user tries to access an unsecure website, the browser warns that the Certificate Authority (CA) who issued the security certificate is not trusted.
- Compliance Audit Report – columns added for Last Logon Time and Last Reviewed Timestamp
- Review Latency Report – shows customized standard search results with partial review percentage in Audit Status column.
Network Boundary Agent (NBA) on CentOS 6.7
The NBA Software Appliance is based on CentOS 6.7 and up-to-date security updates.
Support for Bloomberg Features
Extended the External Agent API for applying policies to support the following Bloomberg capabilities:
· External MessageID
· Additional Data Types
· Additional Participant Types
· HTML Message Bodies
New Operators in Message Attribute Lookup Commands
The Message Attribute lookup commands include the following new operators:
The following platforms are now certified with CA Data Protection 15.1:
- CA Business Intelligence 4.1 SP5
- Oracle 12c
- IBM Domino Server 9 and IBM Lotus Notes 9 (32-bit)
- Symantec Enterprise Vault 11
- Java 8
Principal Product Manager