Dr. Rao Mikkilineni, Member, IEEE
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As companies continue to strive to meet expanding goals with smaller budgets, they increasingly turn to virtualization as a means to consolidate servers. Successful reduction in server count by these means enables organizations to decrease capital expenditures in the form of equipment and facilities costs, as well as ongoing operating expense in areas such as power, cooling, and support.
AbstractThere are several key differences one must consider when using Intel Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) features on a virtualized client. Those differences, along with Intel’s recommendations, are discussed in this article. It is important to understand those differences in order to adjust the IT processes when managing virtualized clients with Intel Active Management Technology.
The discussion in this paper only applies to client virtualization solutions that support Intel AMT.