Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
Mark your calendars for this year’s Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS) July 22-26 in Portland, Oregon. Hosted in partnership with longstanding alliance partner, Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), the symposium includes face-to-face meetings focused on technical topics and addresses the technical works of interest to DMTF’s alliance partners. Click here for event information or to register today!
Continuing its commitment to industry outreach and education, DMTF will participate in the Open Compute Project (OCP) Global Summit, March 14-15, as an exhibitor along with presentations representing the Redfish® standard.
As part of the EW: HW Management track, DMTF technical experts will speak on Friday, March 15:
DMTF is dedicated to continually evolving the organization’s structure to facilitate collaboration and interoperability across our standards. In an important change for 2019, the DMTF group formerly known as System Management (SM) Forum has become the CIM Forum. As part of this restructuring, all work on the Common Information Model has been consolidated under this single umbrella for increased efficiency.
DMTF has released a new version of its Platform Level Data Model (PLDM) for Redfish® Device Enablement Specification (RDE) as a Work In Progress. This standard enables a management controller to present Redfish-conformant management of I/O adapters in a server, without the need for code specific to each adapter family/vendor/model.
Continuing its aggressive development schedule, DMTF’s recently announced Platform Management Components Intercommunication (PMCI) Security Task Force has published architecture details for its forthcoming security specification.
DMTF’s Redfish®, version 2018.3, is now available for public download, featuring 10 important new schemas and other significant updates. An API designed to deliver simple and secure management for hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), this release includes new versions of the Redfish schema and specification, as well as additional developer resources.
Every year in our December issue, we take the opportunity to pause and reflect on the last twelve months. As we wrap up another highly productive year for DMTF, I’m happy to highlight the vast list of accomplishments the organization achieved in 2018:
In the two latest installments of DMTF’s popular “Redfish® School” YouTube series, learn more about using Events in Redfish. In this two-part mini-tutorial, Part One provides an overview of Redfish Eventing, while Part Two details how Events and Messages were updated in Redfish 2018.2.
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.