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IBM releases server software

IBM has released new software that allows its eServer xSeries line of Intel-based servers to fix themselves when problems arise. As part of IBM's Eliza initiative to help servers manage themselves, IBM has released an update to its IBM Director systems management software. The new version of IBM Director monitors the health of the server, such as available memory, and alerts staff when a server is running out of computing power. It also automatically configures newly installed hardware and new users on the network.

IBM has released new software that allows its eServer xSeries line of Intel-based servers to fix themselves when problems arise. As part of IBM's Eliza initiative to help servers manage themselves, IBM has released an update to its IBM Director systems management software. The new version of IBM Director monitors the health of the server, such as available memory, and alerts staff when a server is running out of computing power. It also automatically configures newly installed hardware and new users on the network.