Open Management Infrastructure
The Open Group
|Initial release||June 28, 2012|
v1.6.10-2 / August 9, 2022
|Operating system||Linux, Unix|
|Type||System configuration application|
|License||Apache License 2.0,|
The Open Management Infrastructure stack (OMI, formerly known as NanoWBEM) is a free and open-source Common Information Model (CIM) management server sponsored by The Open Group and made available under the Apache License 2.0.
OMI was contributed to The Open Group by Microsoft on June 28, 2012 with the goal "to remove all obstacles that stand in the way of implementing standards-based management so that every device in the world can be managed in a clear, consistent, coherent way and to nurture [and] spur a rich ecosystem of standards-based management products." The source code is hosted on GitHub.
- "LICENSE at master · Microsoft/omi". GitHub.
- "Microsoft drops OMI for Linux to GitHub". The Register.
- "The Open Group works with Microsoft to create Open Management Infrastructure – The Open Group Blog". The Open Group.
- "What Is the Difference Between WMI and CIM?". petri.com.
- Open Management Infrastructure, Microsoft Windows Server Blog