CA OPS/MVS® Event Management and Automation

(formerly Unicenter® CA-OPS/MVS® Event Management and Automation )

Manage and automate critical mainframe resources and tasks.

The recognized leader in mainframe automation offers powerful management capabilities for your enterprise to achieve 24x7 operations availability objectives. CA OPS/MVS® Event Management and Automation automatically responds to system events, and can detect problems before users are affected.

Key Features

CA OPS/MVS EMA has adopted key features that are designed to simplify your use and administration of CA OPS/MVS EMA and enable your staff to maintain it more effectively and quickly .

CA Mainframe Software Manager: CA Mainframe Software Manager (CA MSM) is designed to automate CA OPS/MVS EMA acquisition, installation, deployment, configuration and maintenance and remove SMP/E complexities. CA MSM helps save time and resources when compared with the manual steps used to perform tasks.

Key Benefits

  • CA OPS/MVS EMA helps to improve availability in the z/OS environment, maintain business processing, align IT with business needs, manage IT costs, and deliver operational efficiencies.
  • By automating routine and complex tasks, you gain operational efficiencies and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO).
  • CA OPS/MVS EMA centralizes and simplifies resource management and enterprise system information management, helping you optimize the resources in your mainframe environment.

Resources

Data Sheets
CA Ops Event Management and Automation
Data Sheets
CA Mainframe Connector for Linux on System z
Technical Documents
CA OPS/MVS® Event Management and Automation Bookshelf

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