CA Agile Central Stability

Directordd4f
Director Delivery at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
I think it's been fine. We used Agile Central when it was Rally and we were actually in the beta, the first version, without really having any problems with it being down or not running. I would assume the SLA is somewhere in the 98, 99 percentile. That seems to be the case. View full review »
Robert Clee
Senior IT Manager at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
It is very stable. It was purchased by CA from Rally, which I was familiar with beforehand. It has gotten better since CA has taken over, adding some new features, but it is a very stable platform. View full review »
PratapMysore
Test Automation Architect at CenturyLink
The stability is good. I haven't faced any problems up until now. It has never hung. The Quality Center tool would hang. It has some client installation components but Agile Central is all on the server side. So it is much faster. View full review »
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Dave Lash
PMO Manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.
Stability is better. A couple years ago before CA bought it, we had a lot of problems. Now, we do not have as many problems. So, it has been good. View full review »
ProjectM9561
Project Manager
I think it's relatively stable. I've had very few instances where I've had an issue. I think CA is really good about communicating outages. Any troubles we've incurred generally haven't been on CA's side, it has been teams or functional managers not assessing impacts to anything they have in process that could be related to the outage that was communicated. View full review »
SeniorAn49ab
Senior Analyst Developer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Very stable. I can't think of any down time we've ever had with it, to be honest. View full review »
SeniorEn4b31
Senior Engineer Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's quite stable, we haven't had many issues. Every once in a while, we have had some problems with the total number of features that it runs into but other than that, nothing else. View full review »
QAM2190
Quality Assurance Manager at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's been around for a while so it's pretty stable. I'm assuming it's our infrastructure, but since its web-based, at certain times of the day, it's slow. At certain times of the day I've noticed it takes a while for the page to come up and for updates and the like. Sometimes you have to shut it down and restart. I opened up a ticket with CA about it. I don't think I got a response back. It's been a while, I didn't look back into it, and nobody contacted me about it. View full review »
RayWatkins
IT Manager at DISH Network Corporation
I have not had any issues with stability at all. View full review »
Katherine Cox
Reservations Supervisor at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I think occasionally it will slow down, particularly when we have a lot of users on the same project, especially around stand-up time or whatever, because we're spread out across the country, so we usually do it by phone. So when everybody is on the project at the exact same time, it will slow down a little bit. Also, if I make a change and somebody else makes a change, you can't retain both changes. It doesn't accept both. The first one who finishes, who hits Enter, Save, Done or whatever, will get the change. Then, it will warn you. It will say, "Do you want to keep your changes or the other person's changes?" But you don't know what they are changing, and they don't know what you're changing! View full review »
Jon Regan
Director, Curriculum Development at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's been extremely stable for as long as we've been using it. View full review »
Ricardo Pianta
Engineer Manager at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The stability is pretty good. I do not have any complaints about the abilities of on-premise version. View full review »
Kent Seaman
Director Of Tool Chain Automation at American Express
The stability has been good. I don't think we've really had any problems. There have been a couple of issues, but they've been on our side in terms of Okta, the single sign-on solution we use. View full review »
Steven_Johnson
SCRUM Master at Transunion
I have found it to be fairly stable. I know there have been a couple performance issues when we're all on it, but I think that was maybe about six months ago, maybe when we went to the cloud. But since then I haven't experienced any performance issues. I think that's really gone down. View full review »
Shane Mckee
Director Of Enterprise Architecture at Best Western
Stability is great. We rarely have problems with it. View full review »
Bryan Nelson
Agile Coach at T-Mobile
For the most part, we have found that it is pretty stable. There are the occasional outages, but for the most part, it is pretty reliable. View full review »
Thomas Hall
Director of Delivery at Physicians Mutual Insurance
We have not had any issues. View full review »
SeniorCo9f76
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The solution is stable. View full review »
ManagerA7cc1
Manager Application Developer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The tool is much more stable that I am. It's very stable. We've had no problems. View full review »
it_user272523
Senior Director at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The stability of the product is pretty solid, and the tech support that we get with it is phenomenal. We don't talk to anybody because we don't need to. We use the web application for all of our support management. View full review »
Nilesh Bhattacharya
Service Manager Build Automation at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I don't have a comment on this because we've just started to use it. From what I've heard from other users, it seems like a good, stable product. View full review »
Jason Jorgenson
Senior Developer Analyst at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
It's been really stable. There have been some downtimes with it, but they're fairly short. View full review »
AlexChernyak
CEO at ZAPTEST
It is very stable. It has been on the market a long time. View full review »
Frederic Ferrant
Scrum Master for a Big International Bank in Belgium at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
it_user356046
Commercial Manager at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
So far it seems reliable and we are happy with this product View full review »
Martin Quiroga
IT Consultancy Manager with 11-50 employees
Now, it delivers quarterly releases and has reduced the backlog, thereby increasing feature velocity while keeping the quality high. View full review »
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