Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
As the DMTF’s new fiscal year approaches, our membership renewal period is right around the corner - please take steps today to ensure your organization is prepared to renew! Your company’s billing contact will receive the invoice in early January so be sure to give them the heads up! The upcoming membership year runs April 1 to March 31.
DMTF is pleased to recognize Patrick Caporale (Lenovo) as the 2020 Super Star Award recipient – DMTF’s equivalent of a lifetime achievement award.
Each year, the DMTF Star Awards program recognizes members who have demonstrated great value to the organization through the dedication of their time and efforts to advance DMTF standards and initiatives.
Continuing its commitment to industry outreach and education, DMTF standards will be represented during the upcoming Open Compute Project Tech Week, November 9-10 & 12-13, 2020. Presentations highlighting DMTF standards include (all times listed are Pacific time zone):
Tuesday, November 10:
DMTF recently published the latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.54. The fifty-fourth update to the Common Information Model (CIM) since the launch of 2.0, this widely used standard provides a common definition of management information for systems, networks, applications and services.
DMTF’s Platform Management Components Intercommunications (PMCI) Working Group recently developed two new pieces of educational material -- a white paper, “Security Protocol and Data Model (SPDM) Architecture White Paper” and a presentation focused on, “Platform Security: Infrastructure Protection with DMTF's Security Protocol & Data Model (SPDM).”
DMTF’s Redfish®, Release 2020.3, 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 2 new schemas, 37 schema updates, and additional developer resources.
DMTF alliance partner, SNIA, invites you to participate in its Storage Developer Conference (SDC) 2020. Taking place virtually September 22-23, 2020, SDC brings the storage developer community together to collaborate and network with peers through the sharing of ideas, industry developments and best practices.
SDC 2020 Agenda
DMTF has released Version 3.4 of the System Management BIOS (SMBIOS) Reference Specification, the premier standard for delivering management information via system firmware. Since its first release in 1995, the widely implemented SMBIOS standard has simplified the management of more than two billion client and server systems.
DMTF today announced its Redfish® Interoperability Lab, hosted at the SNIA Technology Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Redfish Interoperability Lab allows Forum members to submit equipment to be made available for interoperability testing.