CA TPX™ Session Manager for z/OS (CA TPX) solves the problem of repeatedly logging in and out of your various applications connected to a VTAM network by enabling you to securely access and navigate between all the applications from a single menu.
CA VM:Secure for z/VM (CA VM:Secure) is a comprehensive security and directory management system for z/VM.
It’s designed to help you minimize risk by establishing rigid safeguards and controlling access to z/VM and Linux on System z guest resources.
CA VM:Secure helps prevent inadvertent security exposures by automatically maintaining synchronization between the z/VM user directory and your security rules. It helps make it easier to enforce IT-wide security practices automatically, identify security offenders and produce complete security reports and audit listings.
CA VM:Secure help you optimize your z/VM environment by providing:
CA TPX Session Manager is ranked 10th in Mainframe Security while CA VM:Secure is ranked 8th in Mainframe Security. CA TPX Session Manager is rated 0.0, while CA VM:Secure is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA TPX Session Manager is most compared with IBM Resource Access Control Facility, whereas CA VM:Secure is most compared with IBM Security zSecure and IBM Resource Access Control Facility.
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