Often I’m asked “Can the Intel® WS-Management Java Client Library be used to Host-Based Configurean AMT system?” The answer to that question is yes. Of course that answer is usually followed by "can you show me?”. So in this bog I will demonstrate how you can perform a Host-Based setup from Java. Setting up an AMT system requires sending at least one (possibly more) WsMan commands.
If you are wanting to exploit the powers of Intel® Active Management Technology across multiple platforms (linux distros, Windows) you are probably looking for ways to do this using Java.
For quite some time we have had the Intel® WS_Management Java Client Library available on our Manageability Community. Let me first introduce this library in case it is new to you:
by Allan McNaughton
The launch of Microsoft's .NET* initiative has piqued the curiosity of Java* programmers. The Java platform – which has made inroads in the market for server applications – now has a worthy competitor that builds on the promise Java offered to simplify the life of enterprise developers. The .NET* platform offers an extensive array of services that, when combined with industry leading development tools, can lower the total cost of developing and deploying distributed multi-tier applications.