Global adoption of CA Technologies virtualization solution increases 50 percent

Infotech Lead America: CA Technologies has reported 50 percent growth in new product sales in the third quarter of FY13, owing to the accelerated adoption of its CA LISA Service Virtualization software, with 24 new customers.

The widespread adoption of CA LISA is being fuelled by the increased pressure on global brands to deliver applications and services quicker. CA LISA accelerates software delivery timelines by as much as 25 to 50 percent, simultaneously increasing application quality and decreasing infrastructure costs.

CA LISA leverages service virtualization by capturing and simulating the behavior, data and performance characteristics of system dependencies to eliminate the need for costly, highly-constrained production environments that software development and testing teams usually require to do their jobs effectively.

CA Technologies also reported more than 150 percent increase in new membership in its open community over the past six months. The company has released a study on the Business Benefits of Service Virtualization and published the book ‘Service Virtualization: Reality is Overrated.’

Last month, CA Technologies had announced the next rollout of its CA CloudMinder identity and access management (IAM) service solution, CA CloudMinder, which uses cloud applications such as Microsoft Office 365 to help organizations strengthen customer relationships and streamline how they manage users and their access. This enables organizations achieve greater operational and cost efficiencies.

CA Technologies outlines Business Service Innovation Strategy

At the CA Expo ’12, CA Technologies had unveiled Business Service Innovation (BSI) Strategy to enable organizations to make the critical shift from simply managing and maintaining IT to driving true innovation and growth.

CA Technologies has finalized major deals with new and existing customers worldwide in North America, Latin America, EMEA, Asia and the ANZ markets.

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