DMTF Releases Redfish 2017.3

DMTF’s aggressive development of Redfish® continues, with Version 2017.3. The goal of Redfish is to publish a standard API to meet customer demands for simple and secure management in modern Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) environments, and the latest release includes updates to both the Specification and the Schemas. Addressing customer use cases and technology in converged IT infrastructure management, Redfish Version 2017.3 adds new schemas for BootOption, Assembly, Protocol, and more.

 

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DMTF Releases CIM 2.50

The latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.50 is now available. This news marks an impressive DMTF milestone - fifty updates to the Common Information Model (CIM) since the launch of 2.0.

 

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DMTF and Broadband Forum Form Alliance

DMTF and Broadband Forum (BBF) have recently formed an alliance to help ensure the two organizations’ standards are coordinated and aligned in order to enable broadband operators and users to deploy cloud services and applications. This alliance will advance collaboration between the two groups, as BBF references DMTF’s Redfish® API for specifying compute and networking domain manageability of platforms.

 

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New Redfish® Open Source Software on GitHub

Continuing its open approach to the development of the Redfish® standard, DMTF has released new open source tools for testing, validation and other areas on its public GitHub repository. With ongoing active participation in this collaborative community environment, DMTF invites review and open source contributions from the industry on its latest additions.

 

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16 Jan 18

DMTF’s aggressive development of Redfish® continues, with Version 2017.3 now available. The goal of Redfish is to publish a standard API to meet customer demands for simple and secure management in modern Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) environments, and the latest release includes updates to both the Specification and the Schemas.

9 Jan 18

The latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.50 is now available. This news marks an impressive DMTF milestone - fifty updates to the Common Information Model (CIM) since the launch of 2.0.

This widely-used standard provides a common definition of management information for systems, networks, applications and services. The fifty releases are evidence of DMTF’s ongoing commitment to keeping CIM up-to-date to address the latest industry needs.

4 Jan 18

DMTF and Broadband Forum (BBF) have formed an alliance to help ensure the two organizations’ standards are coordinated and aligned in order to enable broadband operators and users to deploy cloud services and applications.

14 Dec 17

Continuing its open approach to the development of the Redfish® standard, DMTF has released new open source tools for testing, validation and other areas on its  public GitHub repository.

7 Dec 17

Each year, I have the privilege of reviewing the many accomplishments of the DMTF for the past twelve months. I’m happy to share the top milestones for 2017 – another tremendous year for the organization!

28 Nov 17

At the upcoming IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC 2017), in Austin, Texas, DMTF President Jeff Hilland will present a tutorial on DMTF’s Redfish®. If you’ll be at the event, join us on Wednesday, December 6, from 10:30 a.m. to Noon, for this deep dive session on the goals, architecture, protocol, data model and surrounding adoption efforts for Redfish.