Maintenance analytics software uniquely created for enterprise applications, CM evolveIT reduces discovery time by 80% through compiler technology that automatically finds and documents business rules and system interactions. The result? Analysts get a handle on legacy code quickly, easily and completely.
Provide a common language understandable by both business and software analysts
Bring new teams up to speed quickly and effectively
Eliminate the chaos and panic that comes from analysis errors and omissions
Demystify the process of extracting business rules that span programs and applications
Protect business continuity by identifying system dependencies during migration or decommisioning
Document complete lifecycle for sensitive data
Business logic and system dependency reports are automatically generated
for point to point data flow analysis.
Intuitive access to cross-reference scope views, complexity reports and drill up/down capability enabling scalable analysis at the system, component
or data level.
Business rules are captured and abstracted from the source code, even across program and system boundaries or database read/writes.
Clone detection enables engineers to identify and avoid production issues
from redundant code that must be changed system-wide.
Code quality metrics are available at system, program, and paragraph level.
CM evolveIT is designed to work at scale across your project portfolio, reducing problems caused by analyzing programs in isolation. CM evolveIT can effectively analyse thousands of programs components with millions of lines of code.
When used in combination with CA Data Content Discovery, CM evolveIT provides a powerful and efficient way to secure sensitive information (e.g. social security numbers) and facilitate regulatory compliance. CA Data Content Discovery scans the mainframe data infrastructure to find and classify sensitive data, and CM evolve IT analyzes the application portfolio to trace the data lineage showing where and how it is processed in screens, reports, files and databases so that necessary code changes can be made.
Barbara Harkai, Programmer Analyst, Farm Bureau Insurance