Please Note: The DMTF group formerly known as the Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF) has been renamed the Redfish Forum.
DMTF Vice President of Alliances John Leung (Intel) will speak at the International Cloud Computing Standardization Forum on May 17, providing an update on DMTF’s cloud standardization efforts as part of the 8th China Cloud Computing Conference (CCCC) in Beijing.
DMTF will attend Interop Las Vegas, May 4-5, as an exhibitor representing the Redfish standard. Developed by DMTF’s Scalable Platforms Management Forum (SPMF), Redfish is a standard for data center and systems management that delivers improved performance, functionality, scalability and security.
Now is the time to register to attend Interop Las Vegas! Through our promotional partnership with the event, you can receive a 20 percent discount on conference registration or get a free Expo pass.
Is Interop Las Vegas on your calendar this spring? Through DMTF’s promotional partnership with the event, you can receive a 20 percent discount on conference registration or get a free Expo pass.
Membership renewal time is upon us! As we conclude the final quarter of our fiscal year, we take stock in work completed in 2015 and continue to build on that work in 2016. Thanks to the committed efforts of our leadership and members, we have seen tremendous growth and accomplishment within the DMTF.
DMTF’s Vice President of Alliances, John Leung, will present “Managing Servers with Redfish” at the upcoming Green Grid Forum 2016 in Seattle, Wash. The presentation, taking place on Wednesday, March 9 at 2:00 p.m. PT, will provide an overview of the Redfish model and interface.
Interested in attending the Open Networking Summit March 14-17? As a DMTF member, you are eligible to receive 20 percent off your registration.
In case you missed it, the free webinar, “Modeling Systems Management Data the Redfish Way,” is now available on-demand in the DMTF Learning Center. The DMTF’s Redfish Specification, released in August 2015, takes a modern approach to systems management using RESTful principles and a focus on developer usability. The Redfish data model differs from previous efforts by prioritizing end-user usability and scalability to enable management at the data center level.
Registration is now open for the 2016 DMTF Alliance Partner Technical Symposium (APTS). The event, now in its tenth year, is hosted in partnership with longstanding alliance partner, Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), from July 25-29 in Portland, Oregon.