CA Performance Management Stability

Travis Blablack
Manager Network Operations at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
It has not been installed for a terribly long time. But, over the last 18 months we haven't really had any issues. The platform is stable, the application is intuitive, the way we use it is very simple, relatively speaking, so no problems with stability. View full review »
Supervis4b56
Supervisor Of Event Management And Monitoring at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are versions that are better. One of my concerns was it did not have a built-in HA component for availability, which was somewhat of a challenge for us. Because as we became more dependent on the tool, we had to find a way for it to be up all the time. So stability, I give it about a 85%, but we are getting there. They have actually announced other versions that we need to get to. The challenge we find is, because this tool gathers so much data, which makes it hard to convert over. To upgrade it, you really need the solution backed up. That is the issue that we are facing right now. View full review »
NetworkS4cce
Network Specialist
It's fairly stable. This still falls under the issue that the current version I'm running is two years out of date and is less stable, I'm sure, than the very latest version. But stability has been good. One of the best features about it is that it's a ground-up application from CA. So, there are typically more features added more quickly and there are more updates to the product on a regular basis, unlike some other products. View full review »
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it_user489675
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
In the beginning, there were some issues with the Vertica database they were using. There were some issues with stability and memory leaks, more related to memory leaks, but this was fixed in the past. At the moment, it's all very stable. View full review »
SeniorSy38e7
Senior Systems Engineer
It's very much a stable product, because we are running it stand-alone. We have a two-tier architecture we run on. It's a stable product. View full review »
Jeremiah Dinardo
Network Engineer at Wells Fargo
Stability is good. There are definitely some areas where you have patching or a planned outage. There is no solution right now to avoid data gaps. I know they are planning on it and that it is in the development life cycle for the next year or two that they are going to be releasing a solution for it. View full review »
reviewer1028739
ITSM consultant at a tech services company
It is a very stable solution and it works, but the initial footprint it really high. And because you can add extra performance and more servers, you can escalate very quickly. Therefore the initial installation and footprint are huge. View full review »
Josh Bovee
Senior Network Engineer at Jack Henry & Associates
Stability has been fantastic so far. We've got quite a few different options available to us for business continuity, things like that, and the just inherent stability has been fairly impressive so far. View full review »
Distinguf436
Distinguished Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
In the last three years, it has had a great improvement in its stability. It is great that is works and we have had no outages in this time. That was really great. View full review »
Infrastr4a17
Infrastructure Services Engineer Sr, Enterprise Network at a insurance company
Initially, we had under-sized the ADA and NFA. View full review »
TeamLead1ec1
Team Lead at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
It has gotten a lot better over the last five years. When it switched from MPC to Performance Center, there were some issues, but it has greatly improved. View full review »
Consulta1872
Consultant at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
No issues with stability. View full review »
PrfMgmt2510
Consultant Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
No issues yet with stability. View full review »
Zaldy Biete
Global Network Operations | Infrastructure Services at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
With CA PM, I haven’t encountered any stability issues. View full review »
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