Distributed Management Task Force

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DMTF
DMTF logo.png
AbbreviationDMTF
Formation1992
TypeStandards Development Organization
PurposeDeveloping management standards and promoting interoperability for enterprise and Internet environments
Membership
Broadcom Inc., Cisco, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi, Ltd., HP Inc., Intel Corporation, Lenovo, NetApp, and Software AG.
Websitewww.dmtf.org

Overview[edit]

DMTF is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit industry standards organization that creates open manageability standards spanning diverse emerging and traditional IT infrastructures including cloud, virtualization, network, servers and storage. Member companies and alliance partners collaborate on standards to improve interoperable management of information technologies.

Based in Portland, Oregon, the DMTF is led by a board of directors representing technology companies including: Broadcom Inc., Cisco, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi, Ltd., HP Inc., Intel Corporation, Lenovo, NetApp, and Software AG.

History[edit]

Founded in 1992 as the Desktop Management Task Force, the organization’s first standard was the now-legacy Desktop Management Interface (DMI). As the organization evolved to address distributed management through additional standards, such as the Common Information Model (CIM), it changed its name to the Distributed Management Task Force in 1999 , but is now known as, DMTF.

The DMTF continues to address converged, hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) with its latest specifications, such as the Redfish standard, SMBIOS and PMCI standards.

DMTF Standards[edit]

DMTF standards include:

CADF - Cloud Auditing Data Federation

CIMI - Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface

CIM - Common Information Model

DASH - Desktop and Mobile Architecture for System Hardware

MCTP - Management Component Transport Protocol Including NVMe-MI™, I2C/SMBus and PCIe® Bindings

NC-SI - Network Controller Sideband Interface

OVF - Open Virtualization Format

PLDM - Platform Level Data Model Including Firmware Update, Redfish Device Enablement (RDE)

Redfish – Including Protocols, Schema, Host Interface, Profiles

SMASH - Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware]]

SMBIOS - System Management BIOS

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