Redfish™ Panel to Take Place at IDF
Join us for the panel discussion, “Redfish™ – An Open Industry Standard to Enable Modern Scale-out IT Infrastructure” at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) on Thursday, August 18 at 2:15 p.m. in room 2002 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.
Recent standards enable the scale required for large datacenters, rack scale architectures and datacenter designs. This session will explore how Redfish APIs are a foundation for, and are designed to support, a modern approach versus traditional enterprise methods, providing full management at the scale of today’s datacenter. Topics will include: how the Redfish standard supports scale-out datacenters; extensions to Redfish that support memory, compute, PCIe and storage; as well as future plans for Redfish and what developers can expect in late 2016 and 2017.
Designed to reduce vendor lock-in and increase the productivity of system administrators, DMTF’s Redfish API is an open industry standard specification and schema that helps enable simple, secure and interoperable management of modern scalable platform hardware. By specifying a RESTful interface and utilizing JSON and OData, Redfish helps customers integrate solutions within their existing tool chains.
You can check out the full Redfish API at the DMTF Redfish booth #829 and see a variety of demonstrations in action throughout IDF, August 16-18.
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