IBM has grabbed the focus of the autonomic computing industry this week.
InformationWeek, ComputerWorld, InfoWorld, and others have captured the exciting IBM announcement of its newest additions and enhancements to its lineup of autonomic computing products.
New tools include the IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager, an energy management package that monitors power consumption, and makes adjustments to improve energy efficiency and reduce power consumption costs. A new platform, IBM Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database, provides an integrated place for system administrators to see the characteristics of assets in an IT environment. IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager gives information around usage of different resources, including CPU utilization, in a data center. By autonomously analyzing data throughout an IT center, the Tivoli Security Operations Manager detects security threat and automates the process of incident recognition, investigation and response. >
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