Thursday, December 02, 2004

Eclipse Looms Larger From Today in IBM's Autonomic Computing Toolkit

Eclipse Looms Larger From Today in IBM's Autonomic Computing Toolkit
Summary
Since its original launch in February, multiple companies have used IBM's "Autonomic Computing Toolkit" to implement autonomic functions into their applications and services, with some currently already on the market. A new version of that toolkit launched today will feature expanded Eclipse tooling and additional platform support.

Version 2.0 of IBM's Autonomic Computing Toolkit, which since its launch back in February has been in used by numerous companies to implement autonomic functions into their apps and services, is being launched today.

v2.0 features the expansion of its Eclipse development tooling plug-ins, with support for the new Eclipse 3.0 platform (in addition to tooling support on Windows and Linux platforms).

Runtime technologies are now also supported on OS/400 and Solaris operating systems, says IBM - adding to the AIX, Linux and Windows coverage in Version 1.0.

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