Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
Register today for the upcoming webinar hosted by the United Extensible Firmware Interface Forum (UEFI) on July 17 at 9:00 a.m. PDT. The panel of firmware experts will provide an overview of Redfish®, discuss implementation challenges, and explain how Redfish and UEFI firmware interact with each other in the greater firmware ecosystem.
SNIA's Storage Developer Conference (SDC) will be taking place on September 23-26, 2019 in Santa Clara, CA. SDC is the destination for technical discussions and education on the latest storage technologies and standards.
As an industry alliance partner, DMTF is able to extend a registration discount to its members and colleagues. Save $200 on SDC registration when you register here and use code SDC19DMTF.
DMTF’s Redfish® is a standard API designed to deliver simple and secure management for converged, hybrid IT – 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 0.9a of the Redfish Data Center Equipment (DCIM) Model.
New updates include:
DMTF announces the public release of its new Security Protocol and Data Model (SPDM) Specification, as well as the SPDM over MCTP Binding Specification, as Works in Progress (WIP).
DMTF recently published the latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.52. The fifty-second 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 Redfish® Release 2019.1 is now available for public download. An API designed to deliver simple and secure management for hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), this release includes 19 schema updates, revisions to the Redfish specification, and additional developer resources.
Items included in the Redfish Release 2019.1 include:
Did you know joining the DMTF’s Regional Chapter in China and/or our Regional Task Force in Japan is free to local employees of DMTF member companies? Participating is a unique opportunity to impact and guide the DMTF’s global standardization work in these regions.
DMTF’s Platform Management Components Intercommunication (PMCI) Security Task Force has published a Work In Progress architecture presentation for two new upcoming specifications.