The latest installment of the DMTF’s popular “Redfish® School” YouTube series is now available, addressing storage modeling using the Redfish API. This new mini technical webinar includes an overview of storage resources, as well as a walk-through of a common use case: Direct Attached Storage (DAS).
Please help us welcome Patrick Caporale as DMTF’s Vice President of Marketing. In this role, Patrick is responsible for overseeing the Marketing Task Force, which directs the overall industry marketing and communications efforts of the organization.
Continuing its ongoing commitment to providing resources and information for users and developers worldwide, DMTF and its Regional Chapter in China have launched a new channel on Youku – one of the top video websites in China. The first videos posted feature selections from the popular “Redfish School” series of mini-tutorials.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Storage Developer Conference (SDC) – hosted by DMTF’s Alliance Partner, the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA). Taking place September 11-14, 2017, in Santa Clara, Calif., SDC is the destination for technical discussions and education on the latest storage technologies and standards.
The 2017 Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS) is in the books, and – as in year’s past – the event was highly productive with participants conducting some of the most important face-to-face technical work of the year.
We’re less than two weeks away from the DMTF’s annual summer event – the 2017 Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS)! Be sure to register and join us July 24-28, 2017, in Portland, Oregon.
Are you looking to learn more about DMTF’s Redfish® API, and its most recent version, 2017.1? The organization’s Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) – the group responsible for the Redfish standard – has created a number of new educational materials, now available for public viewing and download.
The DMTF has always welcomed the use of its standards in open source projects – the organization’s ongoing, active collaboration with the open source community helps encourage feedback and strengthens interoperability. As the list of these projects continues to grow, DMTF has created a new webpage where you can view all of the known open source projects in one place.
The DMTF recently published the latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.49. This widely-used standard provides a common definition of management information for systems, networks, applications and services.
Continuing its aggressive development timeline, an important update to the DMTF’s Redfish® standard is now available. The newly-released version 2017.1 of the Redfish Schema (available for download here) and version 1.2.0 of the Redfish Specification contain a number of additions, including support for composable infrastructures.