CA DATACOM Room for Improvement

it_user489183
IT Admin at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
There are still some things - and I know they are working on some of them - but for the "no-outage maintainability" of things, they are making improvements as we speak, but there is definitely still room for more of that. View full review »
Gerard Nicholson
Datacom System Engineer at a venture capital & private equity firm with 10,001+ employees
There are a lot of features that come out with each upgrade, but our application that runs on it has been around for a long time; they sort of decommissioned this application. So they don't really take advantage of a lot of the new features that come out with the Datacom upgrades and new releases. View full review »
Josh Floyd
Mainframe Systems Administrator at Total System Services, Inc.
This is a hard one. It has just been a really solid product. We have not had very many issues at all with it. The only minor issue that we have had with Datacom is in the installation guide: Some of the sizings for the databases have not really worked out for us, so we had to go in and resize them. Also, we would run out of space and things like that. Those are the only minor things. View full review »
Tom Bizal
Database Administrator at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I'm working with them to add some new features to the current release. Features like security auditing of access to the data, and continuing to update the security and the product. In general, they should just continue to modernize. Just keep up with the modernization. View full review »
Josh Floyd
Mainframe Systems Administrator at Total System Services, Inc.
More zip processing is always a good thing. The more that they can move to zip engines that would be better. View full review »
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