Working with Intel AMT: My Last Post

I can't believe 11 weeks have gone by already, but it looks like it's time to go back to school (unfortunately). This is just a quick farewell post (they're throwing me out of the building over here). Thanks to everyone for reading and I hope that I've been of some help. If you haven't already, make sure to check out all of my posts to look back on my time here at Intel.

Working with Intel AMT: IT Helper Now Available!

This is just a quick post to let you know that IT Helper 1.0 is now available for download! If you don't know what IT Helper is, check out my first post about the project. I finished working on IT Helper a few weeks ago, but I still needed to take care of some things before I could release it. I've included documentation along with some developer-related material.

Working with Intel AMT: Done!

After a full week of testing/documentation, I'm finally finished with IT Helper 1.0! I shouldn't say finally; it's been only 4 weeks since I introduced the project. I started out knowing nothing about Intel AMT (or even C#!) and managed to teach myself everything I needed to know to develop a working management console. More importantly, I used only the resources provided through the Manageability Developer Community. So there's no excuse! If I can do it, anyone can. Now go develop your own management console! Just kidding...

Working with Intel AMT: Final Stretch

This week's post is just a quick update on the status of my management console, IT Helper 1.0. I got a lot done last week and I should be finished by the end of this week. I've still got some Agent Presence and SOL features to work on, but everything else is just about done.

Here are some screenshots:

Main window.

Hardware Asset tab.

Sample 3 - AssetDisplay

Sample Code!

The AssetDisplay sample is probably the most confusing sample in the SDK. I wasted a lot of time trying to figure out how it worked. It took me awhile to realize that the sample dealt with the XML data directly instead of using the classes included in the SDK. Wait a minute...isn't that the purpose of the SDK?

Working with Intel AMT: Making Progress

It's been just three weeks since my first blog post and I've already learned a lot. Using the blogs, forums, and web-based training, I've been able to learn the major concepts and start developing applications for Intel AMT. Last week, I talked about IT Helper 1.0, the management console that I'll be developing over the next few weeks.

Working with Intel AMT: Getting Started

In last week's post, I talked about the Overview training, which covers the basic concepts of Intel AMT. Before you jump into the second web-based training, it's important that you understand these concepts. Here's my explanation:

    • Think of CIM objects as containers.

Подписаться на intern