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self-management

Active participation by a patient in his or her own health care decisions and interventions. With the education and guidance of professional caregivers, the patient promotes his or her own optimal health or recovery.
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The integration between iSpheres Event Server and IBM self-managing autonomic technology offers customers a complete, reliable, and low cost management platform for proactive IT business operations.
Each self-contained storage array integrates powerful, self-managing software with a fully redundant, hot-swappable hardware architecture to deliver the benefits of consolidated storage in a scalable system that installs in 20 minutes.
The new Sentinel products build upon proven systems management capabilities for scale-up environments and demonstrate the Unisys commitment to delivering superior self-managing technologies at the mission-critical server, database and application levels.
An Approach to Successful Integration," Self-Managing Work Teams, July/August, 1994.
NTP Software[R], first in the control and management of unstructured data, today unveiled a new storage management software solution, NTP Software Self-Managing Storage[TM].
We are pleased to be working with mValent through our IBM autonomic computing business partner initiative to incorporate self-managing autonomic technology into their application configuration management solutions," said David Bartlett, vice president, Autonomic Computing for IBM.
Object-based storage clustering is core to the on-demand computing wave, where IT infrastructure is presented as a unified resource that is self-provisioning, highly scalable and dynamically self-managing.
The same self-managing and self-protecting technologies to be used in ASCI Purple will be available for businesses consolidating workloads in an effort to reduce costs, and implementing large parallel databases, e-commerce and business intelligence.
What summarizes the case for self-managing autonomic capabilities for change deployment activities?
1 /PRNewswire/ -- nLayers, a standard in IT service discovery, today announced it has joined the IBM Self-Managing Autonomic Technology Mark Program.
The autonomic computing, self-managing capabilities built into IBM solutions were developed to help organizations "do more with less.
Powered by 750 MHz RS64 IV processors featuring IBM's copper and silicon-on-insulator technologies, the system is also bolstered with self-managing and self-healing technologies inherited from IBM's larger UNIX and mainframe systems.