Nolio Release Automation Room for Improvement

Development manager at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
In terms of its performance, we have struggled a little bit because we have multiple instances around the world without a proper support team behind it. After several years we got the new version, and the upgrade was very painful. We had several issues or defects, but CA was responsive and, in the end, they created a fix-pack which resolved the problems. We managed to upgrade. It could use better integration with development tools. UCD is better integrated than CA Release Automation. Another concern with CA Release Automation is that Automic was acquired by CA recently. We're a bit concerned that CA strategy is going with Automic, that CA Release Automation is dead. They are not investing in it too much. For new customers, they're proposing Automic online. They even approached us at the end of last year and asked if we would consider switching to Automic. They do say that in the next two or three years we don't need to worry. They will still provide support for CA Release Automation. But we're not sure how CA Release Automation will evolve. View full review »
Rahul Verma
CA Lisa Developer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The configuration of the solution is a bit difficult to maneuver. They should work to make it easier. I'm not sure if there are any features missing from the solution. View full review »
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