Recent News

16 Jul 24

Retirement Congratulations are in Order!

We would like to extend our congratulations and sincere appreciation to Kimon Berlin and Mike Walker on their retirement.

Kimon recently retired from HP (after 30 years with the company!) and worked tirelessly on several releases of the SMBIOS specification and SMBIOS related CIM Schema development. He also co-chaired the SMBIOS working group for numerous years.

11 Jul 24

Did you know DMTF has a YouTube channel?

Have you checked out DMTF’s YouTube channel? This resource offers short technical webinars and tutorials on a variety of topics related to Redfish and other DMTF standards.

The channel features our “Redfish School,” a variety of tutorials, event presentations and more. In addition, over the last year we have added webinars that support the recent Redfish releases.

27 Jun 24

Now Available - Authorization WIP Presentation released by the SPDM Working Group 

DMTF’s Security Protocols and Data Models Working Group recently released an Authorization Work-in-Progress (WIP) presentation that previews a new Authorization Specification (DSP0289) slated for future release. This WIP presentation aims to help address authorization uniformly across SPDM and PMCI standards, DMTF alliance partners, and the industry.

Click here to view the presentation.

6 Jun 24

DMTF Seeks Industry Feedback on Support for Post Quantum Cryptography in Specifications

DMTF’s Security Protocols and Data Models (SPDM) Working Group is requesting industry feedback on a proposal regarding support of the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) selection of Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) algorithms in future SPDM specification versions.

View the WIP presentation here.

SPDM is looking for specific feedback regarding the following:

30 May 24

New Redfish Tutorial Highlighting Conformance Testing with Redfish

DMTF’s popular “Redfish® School” YouTube series is back with a new video. In the latest mini-tutorial video, viewers will be introduced to Conformance Testing with Redfish.

21 May 24

Redfish Release 2024.1 Now Available

DMTF’s Redfish®, Release 2024.1 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 four new schemas, 29 schema updates, and additional developer resources.

Key highlights of the Redfish 2024.1 release are the addition of ResetMetrics to PortMetrics, NetworkAdapterMetrics, and NetworkDeviceFunctionMetrics schemas.

9 May 24

DMTF Releases New MCTP Host Interface Work in Progress and additional Binding Specifications

DMTF announces the public release of its Management Component Transport Protocol (MCTP) Host Interface Specification version 2.0.0 Work In Progress (WIP) (DSP0256), Management Component Transport Protocol (MCTP) Platform Communications Channel (PCC) Transport Binding Specification version 1.0.0 Work In Progress (WIP) (DSP0292) along with the previously released Memory-Mapped BMC Interface (MMBI) Sp

7 May 24

DMTF Alliance Partner (SNIA) Announces Call for Presentations for its Storage Developer Conference '24

Speak at SNIA Developer Conference

Taking place in Santa Clara, CA, on September 16-18, 2024, SNIA Developer Conference (SDC) is the destination for industry leaders and delegates to dive deep into technical discussions and education on the latest technologies and standards related to data. 

Call for Presentations is Now Open!

24 Apr 24

Did you know DMTF has a webpage highlighting adopters of our standards?

DMTF specifications can be found in millions of products, but most people have no idea which products support DMTF standards.

DMTF has a webpage where companies can showcase which standards they have adopted or implemented.

This list continually grows as more companies choose to be included. Has your company adopted or implemented one of our standards? If so, would your company like to be listed as an adopter on our website? Contact us for more information on how to be added to the list.

11 Apr 24

Have you visited the Education section of the website lately?

Did you know DMTF’s Education area offer visitors direct navigation and access to new materials? Did you know it also highlights the latest educational information and featured resources and provides visitors with a broad collection of information and most recent materials? If not, be sure to check it out!