I was reading about Haswell processors with vPro not supporting Connected Standby. Looking at the Intel Ark, the features seem to be the same as non vPro processors, other than vPro. I've also read that Connected Standby isn't available when using Hyper-V, so my question is if you disable all the virtualization technology in the BIOS (provided the option is there), will Connected Standby work?
Does the Linux kernel provide a CPU flag in /proc/cpuinfo that indicates the processor supports Intel vPro technology? Specifically, I'd like to tell from within the operating system if the physical hardware supports Intel AMT, and then if its actually enabled or not.
IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) IT strategy for 2013 revolves around some familiar themes–SMBs, the cloud, big data and analytics, security and data protection—along with a relative newcomer—MSPs. Ed Abrams, IBM vice president of strategy for SMBs, in an interview, detailed some areas the vendor is yellow marker highlighting for 2013.
Here’s how IBM sees the IT landscape evolving throughout 2013.
Needed to set up a cluster where horsepower and cost were paramount, so
I thought this would be a good opportunity to try out Intel's business
class "vPro AMT" remote administration technology, and compare it to
IPMI, which I've used for years on servers.
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