- January 05, 2006
To bolster its systems management offerings, CA bought application management firm Wily Technology.
- January 03, 2006
Application resource mapping -- software that displays relationships between software, hardware and middleware for complex IT services -- is becoming more important for companies with large IT operations.
- December 15, 2005
Big Blue rolled out new features around self-healing computing for the Tivoli systems management suite. The programs are focused on monitoring problems and interdependencies between complex applications.
- November 22, 2005
Big Blue beefed up its systems management portfolio this week by acquiring Collation, an application mapping software company.
- October 24, 2005
BMC Software will roll out a suite of predictive virtualization management tools, aiming to help companies estimate and plan for future virtual machine use.
- September 27, 2005
Director 5.1, IBM's latest toolkit to monitor the care and feeding of hardware, will be available next month. Big Blue promises new features to draw more users to try the software.
- August 18, 2005
Recent announcements from Sun have created a buzz around the identity management market with open source applications and new customers.
- July 14, 2005
A crop of management software companies are moving from agent-based systems monitoring to agentless programs. Despite the shift, agentless systems are not a standalone solution to data center management woes.
- June 30, 2005
Hailing standards and customer wins as a milestone, IBM says self-healing computing is now ready for prime time.
- June 21, 2005
Often seen as an unwanted necessity for compliance regulation, many data centers in the U.S. are now viewing intelligent patching as a viable solution for network management.
- April 26, 2005
Big Blue unveils a pair of self-managing IT tools in its continued effort to push autonomic computing as mainstream in the data center.
- March 08, 2005
Many IT professionals see autonomic computing as a hardcore technology too confusing for them to grasp. But IBM says awareness and infiltration of self-managing computing are on the rise.