CA has unveiled the latest additions to its enterprise Mainframe 2.0 line, promising enhanced management and maintenance of mainframe systems.
The releases include software updates and management tools and services aimed at automating tasks for IT departments.
"Despite increasing workloads, IT decision makers need to squeeze more value from their mainframes and address head on the looming mainframe skills shortage that our global customers are facing," said Dayton Semerjian, corporate senior vice president and general manager for mainframe business at CA.
Headlining the new releases is an update to the company's Mainframe Software Manager and mainframe software stack lines addressing security flaws and automating multiple tasks.
CA has also posted updates for 16 of its mainframe software utilities, as well as new 'health check' maintenance tools to test system configurations.
The company believes that the updates will allow IT departments to better manage existing mainframe systems.
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