Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
Join Us for a Free Webinar, “Managing Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure Using DMTF Standards”
Register now to join us for a live webinar on managing Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure using DMTF standards. Presented by DMTF Vice President of Technology Hemal Shah, the webinar covers the applicability of existing and upcoming DMTF technologies and standards to NFV Infrastructure management.
DMTF is seeking nominations for 2015 Star Awards Program. If you know a member who has demonstrated exceptional work or gone above and beyond in their standards development efforts, please let us know!
In case you missed it, the free webinar, “The Open Software Defined Data Center (OSDDC) Incubator Update” is now available on-demand in the DMTF Learning Center. The goal of DMTF’s OSDDC Incubator is to consider Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) use cases, architectures and requirements. This webinar, led by DMTF President Emeritus, Winston Bumpus, focuses on the Incubator’s white paper reviewing industry standards for the SDDC and the current output of the Incubator.
Register now to join us on Thursday, September 17 for a live webinar, “The Open Software Defined Data Center (OSDDC) Incubator Update.” The goal of the OSDDC Incubator is to consider Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) use cases, architectures and requirements. Based on these inputs, the Incubator has developed a white paper that reviews industry standards for the SDDC. In this webinar, DMTF President Emeritus, Winston Bumpus will cover the current output of the Incubator.
Attending IDF15? Stop by DMTF booth #763 from August 18-20 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco to learn more about Redfish, see a demo and talk to DMTF representatives about the standard and what’s coming next. Follow us on Twitter throughout the event @DMTF #redfish.
At the July meeting in Portland, Ore., the DMTF Board appointed executive officers to lead the organization as it continues to create and drive the international adoption of interoperable management standards.
DMTF has announced the release of Redfish 1.0, a standard for data center and systems management that delivers improved performance, functionality, scalability and security. Designed to meet the expectations of end users for simple and interoperable management of modern scalable platform hardware, Redfish takes advantage of widely-used technologies to speed implementation and help system administrators be more effective.
This week, during the DMTF Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS) in Portland, Oregon, the System Management Forum (SMF) is hosting the System Management Conformance Test Suite Plugfest. Implementers of the Desktop and Mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) and the Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware (SMASH) are encouraged to attend the day-long plugfest designed to gain feedback on the Work in Progress of the SMF Conformance Testing Suites, DASH CTS v2.0 and SMASH CTS v1.0, as well as the interoperability of tools and management consoles supporting DASH and SMASH.
DMTF will host the eighth annual Datacenter and Cloud Management 2015 workshop (DCM2015) on November 9 in Barcelona, Spain. Designed to showcase DMTF alliances within the academic community, the workshop covers standards and new technologies in the management of platforms, systems and datacenters. Papers must be submitted by July 19. For more information go to the Events page on the DMTF website.
In case you missed it, the free webinar, “Redfish Data Model Deep Dive,” is now available on-demand in the DMTF Learning Center. This technically oriented webinar walks through the resources represented in the Redfish 1.0 data model. Led by DMTF President Jeff Hilland, the session uses a mockup of Redfish JSON payloads to familiarize viewers with the base resource, major collections (Server, Chassis and Manager) and their components, as well as supporting services that are available through the interface. Find this and all of DMTF’s past live events directly on the DMTF BrightTALK channel.