Redfish Release 2019.1 Now Available
DMTF’s Redfish® Release 2019.1 is now available for public download. An API designed to deliver simple and secure management for hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), this release includes 19 schema updates, revisions to the Redfish specification, and additional developer resources.
Items included in the Redfish Release 2019.1 include:
- 2019.1 Redfish Schema Bundle – a .zip file that contains the current versions of all Redfish schema. Among the Schema updates, Certificate v1.1 added Renew and Rekey Actions, ManagerAccount v1.3 added PasswordChangeRequired, and Event-related schemas completed the transition to new Event Subscription methods.
- Redfish Specification v1.7.0 – The latest version of the specification has been re-organized for additional clarity. In addition, version 1.7.0 includes the Redfish Dictionary (RDE) file naming rules and repository, enhanced schema localization definitions and repository location, as well as Password Management additions to support administrative best practices when deploying systems.
- Redfish 2019.1 Overview – This presentation provides detailed descriptions of each revision in Redfish 2019.1.
- Redfish Resource and Schema Guide – Designed to help educate users of Redfish, this human-readable guide to the Redfish Schema has been updated for version 2019.1. Application developers and DevOps personnel creating client-side software to communicate with a Redfish service, as well as other consumers of the API, will benefit from the explanations in this resource.
- Redfish Release History – Updated with each new release, this presentation offers a comprehensive view of each revision to Redfish since 2016.
- Redfish Property Guide – This new reference, intended primarily for schema authors, helps with locating existing property definitions within the Redfish schema.
To learn more about Redfish, click here or - for developers - visit the Redfish Developer Hub today. A one-stop, in-depth technical resource – by developers, for developers – the Redfish Developer Hub provides all the files, tools, community support, tutorials and other advanced education you may need to help you use Redfish.
Technical work on the Redfish standard takes place in DMTF’s Redfish Forum (the group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum). To find out how you can join and contribute to this standard, click here.