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ANSI/INCITS 495 VOLUME 2

Information Technology – Platform Management, Volume 2

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Organization: ANSI
Publication Date: 19 December 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 557
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The Platform Management specification defines platform-independent, interoperable, industry standard management information models and profiles for managing the physical aspects of platforms. Examples of physical platforms include, but are not limited to, the following:

• desktop platforms

• mobile platforms

• bladed PCs

• servers spanning the spectrum of

- stand-alone, blades, racks and partitionable systems

- enterprise and Telco

- low cost to mission critical

The profiles defined in the Platform Management specification can enable the following platform management functions:

• remote system power and cooling control (on/off/reset) and monitoring

• platform asset inventory (hardware, firmware, etc.)

• discovery of targeted platforms

• provisioning of targeted platforms

• OS re-imaging and recovery assistance

• enumeration of hardware and hardware related software

• OS present/not present, architected transitions independent of OS

• power control, system control, configuration and monitoring

• OS recovery assistance

• boot process visibility and control, and selection and transfer of boot properties and images

• basic alerts and events

• access to alert, event and other logs - characterize, define content, retrieve, and write to logs

• access to sensor data, including presence, temperature, and other sensors

• view and set status indicators (LED, text LCD, alarms, etc.)

• configuration of service processors and their components and services

• media redirection and KVM

• access to security information, such as accounts, groups, and security modules

• network interface monitoring and control, including wired and wireless

• IO interconnect technologies such as PCI, SMBus, Bluetooth, USB, and other interconnects

Document History

ANSI/INCITS 495 VOLUME 2
December 19, 2012
Information Technology – Platform Management, Volume 2
The Platform Management specification defines platform-independent, interoperable, industry standard management information models and profiles for managing the physical aspects of platforms....
December 19, 2012
Information Technology – Platform Management, Volume 2
The Platform Management specification defines platform-independent, interoperable, industry standard management information models and profiles for managing the physical aspects of platforms....

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