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Open Source Projects Using DMTF Technologies

DMTF technologies are leveraged in numerous open source projects.
If you are aware of any additional projects using DMTF technologies that are not included below, please contact us so we can add them to the list.

Open Source Project: Description of Tool: DMTF Standards Used:
OpenStack Ceilometer The Ceilometer project is a data collection service that provides the ability to normalize and transform data across all current OpenStack core components with work underway to support future OpenStack components. CADF
OpenStack Keystone Keystone provides notifications about usage data so that 3rd party applications can use the data for billing, monitoring, or quota purposes. This document describes the current inclusions and exclusions for Keystone notifications. CADF
OpenStack Monasca Monasca is a open-source multi-tenant, highly scalable, performant, fault-tolerant monitoring-as-a-service solution that integrates with OpenStack. It uses a REST API for high-speed metrics processing and querying and has a streaming alarm engine and notification engine. CADF
Small Footprint CIM Broker (SFCB) SFCB is a CIM server for resource-constrained and embedded environments. It is written in C and designed to be modular and lightweight. CIM
Open Linux Management Infrastructure (OpenLMI) An open source project developing system management tools for Linux systems. The goal of the OpenLMI project is to develop a comprehensive set of tools to configure, manage and monitor remote servers, and to build a vibrant community of users and developers. We welcome new users and contributors. CIM, CIM-XML
and WBEM
Java CIMOM This WBEM Services component listens for WBEM client requests for CIM operations. Requests on CIM class definitions are handled directly by the CIMOM. CIM and WBEM
Java WBEM Services The WBEM Services project is an effort to develop an open-source Java™ implementation of Web Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) suitable for commercial and non-commercial application. CIM and WBEM
OpenDRIM The main goal of OpenDRIM is to develop "Distributed Resources Information Management" technologies and development environment based on CIM/WBEM standards of DMTF. CIM and WBEM
OpenPegasus OpenPegasus™ is an open-source implementation of the DMTF CIM and WBEM standards. It is designed to be portable and highly modular. CIM and WBEM
Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) OMI is an open source project to further the development of a production quality implementation of the DMTF CIM/WBEM standards CIM and WS-Management
Sirocco CIMI API Server This Web module implements all the REST machinery of the DMTF CIMI API and interacts with the business tier of Sirocco through an internal EJB business api. CIMI
OpenBMC The OpenBMC project can be described as a Linux distribution for embedded devices that have a BMC; typically, but not limited to, things like servers, top of rack switches or RAID appliances. NC-SI
Common OVF Tool COT (the Common OVF Tool) is a tool for editing Open Virtualization Format (.ovf,.ova) virtual appliances OVF
Python Redfish Utility Hewlett Packard's Redfish Utility is a command line interface that allows you to manage servers that take advantage of Redfish APIs Redfish
Python-Redfish A Python Redfish library. Redfish
RackHD RackH to support not only the legacy protocols such as IPMI, but also new Restful interfaces such as DMTF Redfish. Redfish
Sushy A Python  library to communicate with Redfish based systems. Redfish
Coreboot Coreboot  is an open-source firmware implementation for x86 and ARM, and includes code to generate the SMBIOS table. SMBIOS
dmidecode Dmidecode (C) is a command-line utility to view the SMBIOS table. It supports multiple operating systems, including Linux and FreeBSD. SMBIOS
Python dmidecode Dmidecode (Python) reports information about your system's hardware as described in your system BIOS according to the SMBIOS/DMI standard. SMBIOS
EDK2 EDK2 is the standard development framework for UEFI/PI. It includes code to generate the SMBIOS table, and a table viewer (smbiosview) that can be run from the UEFI shell. SMBIOS
Linux The Linux kernel contains an SMBIOS decoder and makes the SMBIOS table accessible to programs through the /sys virtual filesystem. SMBIOS


DMTF's Open Source Projects


DMTF's SPMF has released several open source tools to aid in the implementation of Redfish:

DMTF Open Source Project: Description of Tool:
Redfish Mockup Creator A python3.4 program that creates a Redfish Mockup folder structure from a real live Redfish service
Redfish Service Validator The Redfish Service Validator is a Python3 tool for checking conformance of any "device" with a Redfish service interface against Redfish CSDL schema
Redfish Tool A Python34 program that implements a command line tool for accessing the Redfish API
Redfish Reference Checker is a python3 tool that checks for valid reference URLs in CSDL xml files.
Redfish Interface Emulator The Redfish Interface Emulator can emulate a Redfish-based interface statically (GET) or dynamically (POST, PATCH, DELETE)
Redfish Mockup Server A simple Python 3.4 program that can be copied into a folder at the top of any Redfish mockup and can serve Redfish requests on the specified IP/port.
Python Redfish Utility DMTF's python-based utility for interacting with devices supporting a Redfish Service
Python Redfish Library Python library for interacting with devices which support a Redfish Service
Redfish Profile Simulator A Flask-based simulator of a Redfish Service implementing the proposed OCP feature Profile.
Redfish Service Conformance Checker This tool checks an operational Redfish Service to see that it conforms to the normative statements from the Redfish specification

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