February 2006
Worldwide Videotex Update;Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p66
Trade Publication
The article focuses on day one support announced by CA for the z/VM 5.2 operating system of IBM across its security, storage and systems management product lines. The operating system improves the scalability for virtualization in System z9 and zSeries environments, including Linux. CA solutions for the system enable customers to optimize utilization of data center resources and ensure the continuous availability of essential IT services. The reasons why CA is the management partner-of-choice for information technology organizations worldwide are provided.


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