IBM wants to make servers self-managing

IBM wants to make servers self-managing

Developing a 'living, breathing server' is the goal of IBM Corp.'s Project eLiza.

So says Irving Wladawsky-Berger, the company's vice president for technology and strategy. The enterprise information infrastructure needs software and hardware that are self-managing like the human autonomic nervous system, he said.

Wladawsky-Berger and other IBM officials spoke at a recent Washington briefing.

IBM officials are convinced that the Internet revolution is 'less than 5 percent complete,' said Michael R. Nelson, director of Internet strategy.

Within four years, Nelson said, users will pay the same money for 10 times as much computing power.

'Susan M. Menke

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