Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
DMTF will attend the SC18, November 11-15, as an exhibitor.
If you’ll be attending, come visit with executives and representatives of DMTF’s Redfish® Forum (formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum, or SPMF), the developers of Redfish®, in booth #216 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. Experts will be available to talk about Redfish® and other DMTF standards. We hope to see you there!
With an aggressive development schedule, DMTF’s recently announced Platform Management Components Intercommunication (PMCI) Security Task Force has published its plans and scope of work. The group intends to produce a new PMCI security specification in the next three months.
Registration is now open for the 14th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM) taking place November 5th through November 9th in Rome, Italy at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome.
DMTF is proud to be an Industry Partner of LISA18, a USENIX conference, being held October 29–31, 2018, in Nashville, TN. Log in to Workspace to get the discount code, exclusively for DMTF email subscribers, and save an additional $50 off your conference registration (applicable for 1-, 2-, and 3-day conference registrations; offer is not applicable to Expo-only registrations).
In the latest update to DMTF’s Redfish®, version 2018.2, the standard adds support for OpenAPI 3.0, as well as telemetry streaming and eventing, and improved event subscription methods. An API designed to deliver simple and secure management for hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), new versions of the Redfish schema and specification, as well as additional developer resources, are now available.
The goal of DMTF’s Redfish®is to provide a standard API for managing all the components in the data center – addressing both the virtual Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) and the physical Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM). Continuing its aggressive development, the organization has released newly updated work-in-progress (WIP) schemas for public review and comment in version 0.8 of the Redfish Data Center Equipment (DCIM) Model.
At the upcoming 2018 Storage Developer Conference (SDC), DMTF President Jeff Hilland will present the latest update on the ecosystem around DMTF’s Redfish®. Hosted by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), a DMTF Alliance Partner, SDC 2018 will place September 24-27, 2018, in Santa Clara, Calif.
In the latest installment of DMTF’s popular “Redfish® School” YouTube series, learn how advanced communication devices are supported in Redfish.
DMTF and The Gen-Z Consortium (Gen-Z) have formed an alliance to help ensure the two organizations’ standards are coordinated and aligned. Gen-Z is an open-systems interconnect designed to provide memory-semantic access to data and devices via direct-attached, switched or fabric topologies.