Redfish Release 2022.1 Now Available
Posted on Thu, 06/02/2022 - 08:00
DMTF’s Redfish®, Release 2022.1 is now available for public download. Designed to deliver simple and secure management for hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), the latest release of the Redfish standard includes 34 schema updates and a new developer resource, the Redfish Message Registry Guide. This new guide presents message registry definitions in a more human-readable format and includes a summary table as well as individual message details.
Key highlights of the Redfish 2022.1 release are the addition of SSH key related properties, addition of properties in Chassis to represent containment of power and thermal relationships, and a method to register an existing system as a resource block.
These latest enhancements are driven by the growth of Redfish and interoperability feedback received from implementers. Some of the items in the new Redfish 2022.1 update include:
- Redfish Specification v1.15.1 – Errata release. Removal of a conflicting statement regarding Event Subscription that prevented specification of both RegistryPrefixes and MessageIds for inclusion in a subscription.
- 2022.1 Redfish Schema Bundle – This .zip file contains the current versions of all Redfish schemas. The bundle includes 34 schema updates and developer resources.
- Redfish Message Registry Bundle 2022.1 – The Message Registry Bundle contains all released Redfish message registries.
- Base v1.13.0 adds new messages, invalid HTTP requests, and dropped event notifications
- Corrected argument descriptors in Base, License, Resource Event, and Update
- Redfish Release 2022.1 Overview – This presentation provides detailed descriptions of each revision in Redfish 2022.1.
- Redfish Resource and Schema Guide – Updated for 2022.1 this human-readable guide to the Redfish Schema is designed to help educate users of Redfish. Application developers and DevOps personnel creating client-side software to communicate with a Redfish service, as well as other consumers of the standard, will benefit from the explanations in this resource.
- NEW - Redfish Message Registry Guide – The new Redfish Message Registry Guide presents message registry definitions in a more human-readable format and includes a summary table as well as individual message details.
- Redfish Property Guide – Intended primarily for schema authors, this newly revised reference helps with locating existing property definitions within the Redfish schema. Additionally, it helps avoid re-defining property names already in use.
- Redfish Schema Supplement – The Schema Supplement provides normative (“LongDescription”) schema definition contents and is useful for Redfish Service developers to ensure conformance.
- Redfish Release History – Updated with each new release, this presentation offers a comprehensive view of each revision to Redfish since 2016.
DMTF’s Redfish Forum would like to invite anyone interested in learning about the Redfish 2022.1 release to join a live webinar, hosted via Zoom, on Friday, June 17, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. PT. The Forum chairs will present the contents of the release followed by a round table discussion. For questions regarding the webinar, email: email@example.com. Don’t delay, be sure to register today!
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