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Overview

Capacity management that empowers IT to better manage service level agreements through automated dynamic capacity optimization.

CA Librarian provides advanced, general-purpose library management services for mainframe environments.

Its Change Control Facility (CCF) offers automated control features and procedures for manipulation of these libraries. It uses self-reorganizing, highly compressed file formats for efficient use of online storage and enables both parallel and concurrent development.

CA Librarian offers change management to enable you to manage software modules on and across multiple mainframe platforms. It also provides a collection of service facilities to help simplify application management. This change management solution has powerful capabilities that offer:

Reporting, performance monitoring, security, archiving and recovery to manage applications
Comprehensive tracking and control for source code development

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Irdeto, Novapost, Vodafone Turkey
Vodafone Turkey, Gaumont, Rogers Communication, DHL

CA Dynamic Capacity Intelligence is ranked 18th in Mainframe Management while CA Librarian is ranked 15th in Mainframe Management. CA Dynamic Capacity Intelligence is rated 0.0, while CA Librarian is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA Dynamic Capacity Intelligence is most compared with , whereas CA Librarian is most compared with .

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