Chris Stallone

Next Week On Communities: February 19th-23rd

Discussion created by Chris Stallone Employee on Feb 16, 2018

February 20th

 

CA APM Roadmap Session – February 20th 11:00AM ET 

We heard you ask for more information about where your CA product investment is going. Attending a Product Roadmap session is an opportunity for you to get a clear view of what’s coming down the road, including details on upcoming product functionality, features and architectural enhancements.

 

CA ITSM Roadmap Session – February 20th 11:00AM ET 

We heard you ask for more information about where your CA product investment is going. Attending a Product Roadmap session is an opportunity for you to get a clear view of what’s coming down the road, including details on upcoming product functionality, features and architectural enhancements.

February 21st

 

CA Identity Suite Roadmap Session – February 21st 10:00AM ET 

We heard you ask for more information about where your CA product investment is going. Attending a Product Roadmap session is an opportunity for you to get a clear view of what’s coming down the road, including details on upcoming product functionality, features and architectural enhancements.

 

[WEBCAST] CA Plex and CA 2E Community Lightning Update (February 21) 

Please join us on Wednesday, February 21 at 11 a.m. for our next CA Plex and CA 2E Community Lightning Update.

 

Agenda:

  • Steve Solomon Product Manager for CA Plex and 2E will give a quick update on what CA is working on
  • CA Plex Lightning favorite tips and tricks presentations

 

CA Agile Central Community Webcast - Release-Level Reporting: How are you performing within your releases? – Feb 21 1:00PM ET 

Release-Level Reporting: How are you performing within your releases?

 

Building off of the Team-Level Reporting topic last month, this webcast will focus on Release-Level Reporting. This presentation and live demo will be of particular interest to program managers, product managers and team leads looking for ways to effectively track programmatic planning and development.

 

February 22nd

 

askCA for CA Unified Infrastructure Management 

Have questions about CA Unified Infrastructure Management?  Connect with CA Technologies experts to get answers in real time during askCA (aka 'Office Hours').  Join us for one hour for a live question and answer session, our product management and support team will be here to help you. *Please note that there is no audio.  This is for you to submit your questions and our experts will respond using WebEx chat. 

 

 

askCA: CA Workload Automation DE: A Live, Online Chat (Feb. 22)  

Have a question about CA Workload Automation DE?

 

Join us for askCA: CA Workload Automation DE, an online chat where you can connect with members of the DE support, product management, and documentation teams to get the answers you need. 

 

CA ITSM Community Webcast - Repeat: CA Service Management 17.1 – Overview and Drill-down – February 22nd 11:00AM ET 

about new features including self-service business intelligence and an app launcher in xFlow. You’ll also learn about enhancements to xFlow in the areas of workflow, SLA management and ticket attributes, as well as improved license usage and maileater capabilities. This webcast will include a demonstration of the new features, how to get the new release, what value you can expect and a live Q&A.

 

DevTest Community Webcast - DevTest 10.2 Integration with CA Agile Central 

As companies become more DevOps and Agile oriented in release planning, it's important to have a seamless end-to-end workflow. DevTest integration with CA Agile Central (formerly Rally) automatically synchronizes test run results from DevTest to Agile Central. There's no more manual work to add "pass/fail" status to your agile management tool. Just run the test and you're done!

 

February 23rd

 

CA SSO Community Webcast – It wasn’t me, or me, or me… Limiting Concurrent Logins in CA SSO - Feb 23rd 11:00AM ET 

 

It wasn’t me, or me, or me… Limiting Concurrent Logins in CA SSO

 

CA SSO is the silent workhorse of your security framework. There are situations where you may require the ability to limit multiple active sessions within your SSO environment. Learn how CA can help solve this issue with Limit Concurrent Login for CA SSO. We will describe typical use cases and scenarios where this capability is deployed, discuss the solution in detail and cover architectural and configuration considerations. Join us for this informative session and bring your questions.

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