Taking Control of the IT Complexity Crisis

April 30th, 2007 |
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Enterprises are turning to IT to automate and simplify business processes, but as a result, IT systems are becoming more complex and difficult to manage. One of the major points of business impact within IT — enterprise Web applications — now typically interact with enterprise networks, application servers, back-end systems like databases, legacy systems and applications and internal and external Web services, to name just a few. This complexity can be overwhelming, making it difficult to effectively manage the essential services IT delivers to the business. In this podcast with Karen Jaworski, senior product manager at CA Wily Technology, you’ll discover how CA is helping enterprises take control of the complexity crisis by focusing on the management of business transactions. You’ll gain insight into how to effectively manage business services, not just IT silos.

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