The DMTF’s Common Diagnostic Model (CDM) Forum recently published the updated white paper, “Common Information Model (CIM) Diagnostic Model.” The paper describes the CDM schema as it appears in CIM 2.34 and in future development. It provides guidance, where appropriate, to client and provider implementers to reinforce the standardization goal.
In case you missed it, the free webinar, “Redfish Overview,” is now available on-demand in the DMTF Learning Center. Led by DMTF’s SPMF Co-Chair, Jeff Autor, the webinar covers Redfish design tenets, protocol and payload, expected deliverables and timeframes. Find this and all of DMTF’s past live events directly on the DMTF BrightTALK channel.
DMTF today announced that the organization’s Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface (CIMI) standard has been adopted and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) as ISO/IEC 19831:2015. CIMI’s publication by ISO/IEC as an International standard for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) management is expected to accelerate worldwide adoption and interoperability, and is the latest DMTF standard to achieve this designation.
In case you missed it, the free webinar, “DMTF: Technology Overview,” is now available on-demand in the DMTF Learning Center. Led by DMTF Senior VP of Technology, Hemal Shah, the webinar reviews DMTF standards and how they address management needs representing both software defined and traditional computing and networking environments. Find this and all of DMTF’s past live events directly on the DMTF BrightTALK channel.
Jeff Hilland, DMTF president, will chair and speak at the International Cloud Computing Standardization Forum as part of the China Cloud Computing Conference (CCCC) June 2-5 in Beijing. The International Cloud Computing Standardization Forum, hosted by the DMTF China Chapter, aims to introduce global cloud computing standardization achievements and future trends to the Chinese IT industry and its customers.
Register now to join us on Wednesday, May 20, for a live webinar, “Redfish Overview.” The DMTF’s Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) is working to create and publish an open industry standard specification called “Redfish” for simple, modern and secure systems management using RESTful methods and JSON formatting. Join SPMF Co-Chair, Jeff Autor, to learn about Redfish design tenets, protocol and payload, expected deliverables and timeframes.
The DMTF today announced that Lenovo has been elected to the DMTF Board of Directors. An active DMTF member for the past decade, Lenovo product offerings include a wide range of devices, many of which utilize DMTF standards to provide interoperable management interfaces.
Having adopted the name Redfish for its new API standard, the DMTF’s Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has recently released Version 0.96 as a Work in Progress. The DMTF invites comment on this newly released Redfish Specification, Schema, and Mockup, version 0.96 – which includes the full feature set that will be available in the 1.0 standard.
Register now to join us on Friday, May 15, for a live webinar, “DMTF: Technology Overview.” DMTF technologies focus on manageability standards for everything from cloud and enterprise infrastructures management to platform subsystems and components. These standards are implemented in billions of machines and integrated into day-to-day cloud, enterprise and networking infrastructure management. Join DMTF Senior VP of Technology, Hemal Shah, for an overview of DMTF standards and how they address management needs representing both software defined and traditional computing and networking environments.
The DMTF recently updated key areas of its website to offer visitors easier navigation, an enhanced user experience and new content. As part of this refresh, the website’s home page offers intuitive design improvements, and the organization’s standards and technologies information has been expanded to highlight the latest progress and developments of the DMTF’s Working Groups.