Availability of the Redfish Workshop Agenda

As announced, the detailed agenda is now available just below, as well as on the Workshop Page.

  • 09:00-09:10 Workshop Intro – Bruno Cornec, Bryan Gartner (10′)
  • 09:10-09:45 Introduction to Redfish – Bruno Cornec (35′)
    • Definitions
    • Why Redfish ?
    • Data Model with DMTF reference models
    • Demo
  • 09:50-11:20 The Redfish Standard – Jeff Autor (1h30′)
    • Status
    • What’s new since last year in 2018.2/3
    • Power & Cooling infra data model
  • 11:20-11:50 Configuring Bios via Redfish – Ghazi Belaam (30′)
    • Configuring Boot options
    • Configuration tools (DMTF Tackle Box)
  • 11:50-12:30 Meet the experts (30′)
  • 12:50-14:00 Lunch (provided) & Networking
  • 14:00-15:00 Redfish usage in Software Stacks: the SUSE example – Bryan Gartner (1h)
    • Bare Metal deployment with Redfish and Ironic in SUSE OpenStack Cloud 9
    • Prototype of Redfish usage with Saltstack & SUSE Manager
    • Terraform + OneView (Using Redfish REST API)
  • 15:00-16:45 Hands-on lab on learning Redfish with python – Bruno Cornec (1h45′)
    • Redfish concepts and Command Line Interface tools
    • Redfish using the request python module
    • Redfish using the JSON module
    • Redfish using the python-redfish library & tools
    • Redfish using an existing python DMTF example
  • 16:45-17:00 Round table at the end for a Q&A session – All
IMPORTANT We have a limited number of seats available for this event so please ​register

The workshop has now been both announced by the Linux Foundation and HPE DEV so hopefully, we’ll see a raising number of inscriptions to it. If you’re interested by the topic, and are not far away from San Diego, please come !

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