Summary of enhancements, fixes, and open issues.
Includes steps to acquire, install, deploy and configure your product.
Upgrade product to the current version.
Information and procedures for end users.
Includes scenarios and definitions for DevOps
CA ALC Event Broker
The CA ALC Event Broker listens for webhook events, records them to a log file, persists them into a NoSQL database, and dynamically processes them. Webhooks allow you to create rules that send information to an external server when the rule triggers. Webhooks are usually triggered by an event, such as pushing code to a repository or a comment being posted to a blog. When the event occurs, the source site makes an HTTP request to the URI configured for the webhook. Users can configure them to cause events on one site to invoke behavior on another. The CA ALC Event Broker can be extended by developers who want to build custom event handlers.
Work Item Management Template
Includes reference materials for key fields and actions.
The following articles describe the product integrations supported by CA ALC. CA ALC is built on an application framework which supports connector-based operations on third-party objects and a full event-based workflow engine. CA ALC integrates with several different tools at several different levels. Each connector article details the supported connector artifacts for each integration.
Includes educational resources, product references and support information.
Mainframe Webhook Server
Use the Mainframe Webhook Server to define an HTTP end-point, such as the CA ALC Event Broker, that can receive notifications of mainframe events. The Mainframe Webhook Server monitors the specified locations for file-based events and posts them to a webhook end point. Monitor the events to ensure delivery and repost the events if there is failure. The Mainframe Webhook Server provides an administrative interface to configure the webhook event and review and manage event data.
Product Names and Abbreviations
List only CA product names with a shortened version (such as "CA Service Operations Insight (CA SOI)") and abbreviations/acronyms (such as "virtual machine (VM)") that you use in your wiki space. Sort the list alphabetically. Place this page at the bottom of your TOC so that it appears just above the Announcements & News link.
Documentation Legal Notice
Provides the documentation legal notice