Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
DMTF has formed a new Security Task Force within its Platform Management Components Intercommunication (PMCI) Working Group. As work in the new PMCI Security Task Force begins, early participation is encouraged to help shape the scope of these efforts on expedited deliverables.
Continuing its commitment to industry outreach and education, DMTF will participate in SC18, November 11-16, 2018, with presentations and a booth representing the Redfish® standard. SC18 is an international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis.
DMTF’s Platform Management Components Intercommunication (PMCI) Working Group defines standards that provide a comprehensive, common architecture for improved communication between management subsystem components. These widely used standards include the Platform Level Data Model (PLDM) for Firmware Update specification.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Storage Developer Conference (SDC) – hosted by DMTF’s Alliance Partner, the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) – taking place September 24-27, 2018, in Santa Clara, Calif.
A new installment of the DMTF’s popular “Redfish® School” YouTube series is now available: The Case for Redfish. Designed for anyone in IT management (developers and non-developers alike), this video helps explain the environment before the Redfish API was developed, why it was needed and how the standard has reinvented IT management.
Registration is open and the agenda is posted for the upcoming 2018 Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS). Make your plans now to join us for this eleventh annual gathering, being held July 23-27, 2018, in Portland, Oregon. Time is running out!
The DMTF recently published the latest release of the Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, version 2.51. The fifty-first 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 Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) standard is a suite of specifications that takes full advantage of the organization’s Web Services for Management (WS-Management) specification – delivering standards-based web services management for desktop and mobile client systems.
The DMTF has released Version 3.2 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.