CA OPS/MVS Event Management and Automation Initial Setup

Eric Camp
Lead Software Programmer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Initial setup and upgrades are pretty much straightforward. Now that we've had it for so long, pretty much, we're just adding on at this point. They're pretty much stable, as far as the initial setup and also upgrades. View full review »
Daniel Khan
IT Director at McKesson
I was not involved in the initial setup but I have been involved in an upgrade. It was complex. It wasn't a major upgrade. It was just an application version maintenance-level upgrade. It was complex because of the integrations. It was complex because of the availability of the system. It's at 32 distribution centers, so you have to work with one distribution, or a few, at a time. Like I talked about scaling. You had to do 32 distinct upgrades, and they all had their own little engagement, and they had their own little nuances, depending on the location. View full review »
Connie Johnson
Operations Integration Specialist at TCF Financial Group
I was not involved in the initial setup, though I have created and brought in new releases and stuff. The upgrades are pretty easy. When I do have questions, they usually walk me through it. View full review »
Systems Analyst / Programmer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our initial setup was probably a little complex, but that was a long time ago in 1988. The new releases are reasonably good and do not require a lot of effort on our part. It's a pretty stable process. View full review »
Leo Cadegan
Systems Programmer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I was not involved in the initial setup, but I know it was straightforward. The documentation is simple, easy to follow, and use. A limited, first-time systems programmer can do it, in that it is out-of-the-box almost functional. View full review »
Patrick Barrez
IT Team Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It's relatively straightforward. It's not so complex. Of course, if you are a newbie, it will be more complex than for someone who has done it before. View full review »
Senior Systems Administrator 2 at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
I was involved in the setup process not at this shop but at a different shop in the past. The process was complex. View full review »
Richard Chow
Systems Programmer at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I was not a part of the initial setup. View full review »
Lead z/OS Systems Programmer
The setup was straightforward. We received on-site assistance from CA, and they not only helped us set up the system properly, they also made sure to transfer the knowledge to us. View full review »
IT System Software - Technical Consultant at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
Initial setup was pretty straightforward. It's very easy to install. The documentation they give you and also the product, the way they had it set up to install, make it easy. View full review »
Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We actually had CA, one of their experts, come in and help us set it up. Now it seems simple, but I have to train folks on it and it's complex, but it does a lot for us. It's complex because it does everything. View full review »
Nick Cianco
Lead Technology Architect – Systems Programmer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
Initial setup was straightforward, used CA-supplied migration tools. View full review »
Coleen Criswell
Staff Specialist at M&T
I was not involved. View full review »

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