Have you visited the Intel Software Network Manageability Community lately? There have been some recent changes that I’ll speak to in a few minutes. But if you have never been to the community I ask that you check us out. Our community is comprised of software developers and our site serves as an engineering resource for Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) and Intel® vPro™ Processor Technology, whether you are just learning about the technology (Start Here Guide) or an experienced user (Architecture Guide: Intel® Active Management Technology, Intel® Active Management Technology Use Cases ). At our community site you can download our latest product offerings including the Remote Encryption Management SDK.
Recent Community Changes include:
New Community Manager (that would be me) who wants to provide what you need for successful work. I always welcome feedback!
Some look and feel changes including a kind of Start Here place to help you quickly find what you are looking for as soon as you arrive.
New article links such as that for WS-Man.
Community Member at Large (outside Intel) designation – we’ve chosen one and we’ll be sharing his contributions shortly. This program indicates our strong desire for community participation.
Our forums are excellent places for Q&A and we’ve got engineers available to answer your question. Manageability Community Blogs are a great opportunity for members, inside and outside Intel, to share expertise and to initiate and contribute to lively discussions on issues that are currently being experienced in our world. (Here is a great sample that features info on soon-to-be available technology: Intel KVM: This is your SOL on Steroids.) It is also the perfect place to demonstrate leadership and develop professionally.
Please come to visit us and see what we can do for you! Bring your ideas, suggestions, questions and opinions to our party!