DMTF

Distributed Management Task Force, Inc.

Recent News

News Story / Update
Oct
24
DMTF is committed to supporting global standardization efforts, providing resources and information for users and developers worldwide. The organization – which has an active Regional Chapter Committee in China and a Regional Task Force in Japan - offers both a Chinese language website and a Japanese language website where visitors can access translated DMTF documents and specifications.
News Story / Update
Oct
19
Planning on attending the Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA16), December 4-9, 2016, in Boston, Massachusetts? Through DMTF’s promotional partnership with the event, you can receive $50 off registration and free access to the LISA16 expo. Register here using code LISA16DMTFDIS and save!
News Story / Update
Oct
18
Continuing its open approach to the development of the Redfish™ API, DMTF’s Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) is sharing numerous new tools in its Redfish Tools repository on GitHub. DMTF invites review and open source contributions from the industry in the collaborative community environment of its public GitHub repo.
News Story / Update
Oct
13
Get schooled in Redfish™ by tuning in to DMTF’s new YouTube channel! The DMTF is excited to announce this new resource, which offers short technical webinars on a variety of topics related to the Redfish API and other DMTF standards.
News Story / Update
Oct
06
DMTF’s innovative Redfish standard continues its fast progression, thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF). Now on version 2016.2 (recently released in final form), Redfish work to date has focused on defining a TCP/IP-based out-of-band interface between a client and a management controller.
News Story / Update
Sep
26
Registration is now open for the 12th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM) taking place October 31st through November 4th in Montreal, Canada at École de Technologie Supérieure. 
News Story / Update
Sep
19
DMTF’s Simple Identity Management Profile (DSP1034) has been adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS). Published as Information Technology - Management of Security Credentials (INCITS 539-2016), this is the latest milestone in the continued international utilization of DMTF standards.
News Story / Update
Sep
07
The Storage Networking Industry Association’s (SNIA’s) Storage Developer Conference (SDC) – being held September 19-22, 2016, in Santa Clara, Calif. – will feature multiple sessions highlighting DMTF’s Redfish and SNIA’s Swordfish standards.
News Story / Update
Aug
26
In case you missed it last week, you can listen to the podcast with DMTF President Jeff Hilland and Barry Kittner of Intel discussing the role that DMTF plays in the development and validation of technology standards on Intel® Chip Chat. The conversation specifically highlights Redfish™ as a staple IT infrastructure manageability standard at the element level.   
News Story / Update
Aug
24
Produced since 1998, SNIA’s Storage Developer Conference (SDC) continues to be the only event created by storage developers for storage developers. Taking place in Santa Clara, California on September 19-22, SDC 2016 will be a four-day technical industry event designed for storage technologists at various levels from developers to architects to product managers and more.

Upcoming Events

  • Aug 16 - Aug 18
  • Sep 11 - Sep 14

    SDC is the destination for technical discussions and education on the latest storage technologies and standards. Spend four days with your peers, and take advantage of this opportunity to learn from the experts all in one place.

Press/Analysts Contacts

For information regarding DMTF public relations activities, or if you are an industry journalist or analyst in need of more information, please contact DMTF's public relations firm, StrongPR, or contact Karen Strong by email at press@dmtf.org or directly at 916-671-0334.

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