IBM releases self-fixing software

By on November 21, 2002, 3:59 PM
IBM said it will begin selling new versions of two software [URL=http://news.com.com/2100-1001-966653.html?tag=fd_top]products based on autonomic computing[/URL], advancing the industry's goal of creating technology that can take care of itself.
IBM on Thursday will begin selling a new version of its database software, DB2 Version 8. On Nov. 26 the company will release its WebSphere Version 5, middleware software that forms the foundation on which programmers build and run their applications.

Both products incorporate the goals of autonomic computing, which aims to create computer systems that need less human intervention.




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Rick said:
That could put some people out of a job. :(I imagine (as with anything) though, it will take some time to be refined.
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