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December 1, 2005

IBM announces self-managing software

IBM has announced its new "autonomic" software that it says can detect, diagnose and fix system problems before the system slows down, becomes damaged or shuts down.

By CBR Staff Writer

The products are the result of a development initiative that began in 2001, and IBM now has 147 self-managing autonomic features in 75 separate products.

The new software includes a product for online applications management, another to identify and fix Internet traffic problems, and a power outage and automation product for multiple platforms and operating systems.

According to an IBM release, these self-managing applications will help free IT departments from the time-consuming task of detecting system failures.

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