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Webinar - Overview of DMTF's Redfish 2021.2 release

John Leung
 

DMTF has released its Redfish 2021.2 update, and is hosting a free one-hour review of its contents (Zoom webinar, on October 6th at 8:00 a.m. PT)


The Forum chairs will present the contents of the release. The new release includes the:

  • OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework allowing for authorization to be performed by an external entity – no usernames or passwords need to be provided by the client.
  • Model extensions to support SmartNICs use cases including as a firewall, offload processors dedicated to the networking function, or as a SoC
  • Key provisioning via Redfish added to support NVMe-oF boot use cases where UEFI and the OS need key information to connect to remote NVMe-oF targets.


These latest enhancements were driven by the growth of Redfish and interoperability feedback received from implementers. A more details on 2021.2, see https://www.dmtf.org/content/redfish-release-20212-now-available


Following the webinar portion, logistics will be provided to join a Q&A session and discussion immediately following. For questions regarding the webinar, email: webinars@.... To register - Register


John Leung

OCP IC Representative to the Hardware Management project


August meeting agenda

Han Wang
 

Aug 17, 2021



  • OpenRMC 1.1 
    • Group operation, FW update are approved. Working on certification
    • To add a security statement before going to the security group.
    • Ready for community review?
  • OpenRMC 1.x 
    • Plan: FW and HW
  • OCP Global Summit Nov.
    • Session abstract (30 mins)
      • Present v1.0 and v1.1 -- Single overview to cover both
        • FW Update, Group operations, certificates
        • Contributions (Inspurs, Wiwynn??)
      • Agree to be part of Hemal’s presentation
      • John has the slide draft?
    • Session abstract submission
      • Rack management solution by Wiwynn
    • Experience Center 
      • Describe
        • Demo of proposed manageability capabilities
          • OpenRMC 1.1: FW Update, Group Operations, Certificates
      • OCP Prescribed (Usage demos)
        • Managing on rack manager conformant to OpenRMC profile
          • Update RMC firmware
          • Reset
      • Implement
        • Service software: building OpenRMC
      • Need Inspur commitment decision on this demo. Wiwynn rack to take over.

 

 


May meeting agenda

Han Wang
 

Hi all,

 

May meeting agenda. Please let me know if anything to be added.

 

  • OpenRMC Usage Guide
    • IC meeting setup
    • Deck review
  • OpenRMC Compliance Server Platforms
    • Sujoy to check with the internal team to understand the progress and provide an update 
  • OpenRMC 1.x Profile
    • OpenRMC spec 1.1 to be updated to be on top of HW baseline profile spec.
    • John to present the draft 
    • To add back node FW update capabilities

 

Thanks,

Han

 

 


An Invitation to a Redfish webinar on the 2021.1 release (May 24)

John Leung
 

DMTF’s Redfish Forum (dmtf.org) will host a free Zoom webinar to describe the contents of the Redfish 2021.1 package to be released later this month. The webinar is on May 24th at 7:00 am PT.

 

Included in the Redfish 2021.1 package:

  • The composability model has been extended
    • To allow a client to provide a manifest of operations for composing multiple entities
    • To support free pools and active pools for multi-tenants
  • The networking model has been extended
    • To add Ethernet-related metrics to the NetworkAdatper, NetworkDeviceFunction, and Port resources
    • To add LLDP control was added to NetworkAdapter and Port resources
  • A  message registry for the Update Service to coincide with the new Firmware Update Whitepaper

 

The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session. For more details and to register, see - https://www.dmtf.org/education/webinars


April Meeting Agenda

Han Wang
 

Hi ALL,

 

April meeting agenda. Please feel free to add more.

 

April 20, 2021



  • OpenRMC Usage Guide
    • https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hq1Z4yV5BIsN9bk582pEkPv2x243HBEv/view
    • Approval voting
    • IC meeting preparation
  • OpenRMC Demo plan at OCP Global Summit
    • Planning discussion
  • OpenRMC Compliance Server Platforms
    • Planning to reach out to 4-5 suppliers to have a mixed rack for OpenRMC demo
    • Profile implementation scope
  • OpenRMC 1.x Profile
    • Open discussion
  • OpenRMC security requirements from DC facility security perspective(To be confirmed
    • Open discussion with Operation Technology Security project

 

 

Thanks,

Han

 

 

 


OpenRMC Usage Guide review

Han Wang
 

Hi ALL,

 

We are planning to decide making OpenRMC approval in next meeting. Please review and feedback before April Meeting.

 

 

Thanks,

Han

 

 


Re: FW: [groups.io代发][OCP-HWmgt] An Invitation to a Redfish webinar (March 5)

Rajeev Sharma
 

John, Thanks for sending and please continue to do so. I have registered as well. We can also share the recording once available with the HW mgmt grp.

 --Rajeev


On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 3:39 PM Han Wang <han.wang@...> wrote:

Please join if interested.

 

From: OCP-HWmgt@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-HWmgt@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of John Leung
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 6:20 AM
To: OCP-HWmgt@ocp-all.groups.io
Subject: [groups.io代发][OCP-HWmgt] An Invitation to a Redfish webinar (March 5)

 

OCP promotes Redfish as the manageability interface for OCP platforms.  The Redfish Forum continues to expand the capabilities of its RESTful model.  This will be their first Zoom webinar. Here is an opportunity to ask questions about Redfish.

 

Regards,

John Leung

OCP IC rep to the HW Management project

 

--------------------

 

DMTF’s Redfish Forum would like to invite the OCP community to learn about the Redfish 2020.4 release via a live webinar hosted on Zoom on March 5 at 11am PT.

The Forum chairs will present the contents of the release including focusing on: new power and thermal modeling, ‘Conditions’ within the common ‘Status’ property, and additional account types added to manager accounts.

Attendees will be able to ask questions during the Q and A session via the chat function. We look forward to a lively discussion.

Register today

 

For questions email webinars@....


FW: [groups.io代发][OCP-HWmgt] An Invitation to a Redfish webinar (March 5)

Han Wang
 

Please join if interested.

 

From: OCP-HWmgt@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-HWmgt@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of John Leung
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 6:20 AM
To: OCP-HWmgt@ocp-all.groups.io
Subject: [groups.io代发][OCP-HWmgt] An Invitation to a Redfish webinar (March 5)

 

OCP promotes Redfish as the manageability interface for OCP platforms.  The Redfish Forum continues to expand the capabilities of its RESTful model.  This will be their first Zoom webinar. Here is an opportunity to ask questions about Redfish.

 

Regards,

John Leung

OCP IC rep to the HW Management project

 

--------------------

 

DMTF’s Redfish Forum would like to invite the OCP community to learn about the Redfish 2020.4 release via a live webinar hosted on Zoom on March 5 at 11am PT.

The Forum chairs will present the contents of the release including focusing on: new power and thermal modeling, ‘Conditions’ within the common ‘Status’ property, and additional account types added to manager accounts.

Attendees will be able to ask questions during the Q and A session via the chat function. We look forward to a lively discussion.

Register today

 

For questions email webinars@....


Re: OpenRMC Feb Meeting Agenda

Leung, John
 

Rajeev,

               The members from the Security project was a non-show.  (May have been a Texas thing).  Han is rescheduling.

 

John

 

From: OpenRMC@OCP-All.groups.io <OpenRMC@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rajeev Sharma
Sent: Thursday, February 18, 2021 9:22 AM
To: OpenRMC@ocp-all.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OpenRMC] OpenRMC Feb Meeting Agenda

 

Hi Han,

I missed the meeting because of the stormy weather in Texas. How did the call go?  Did you have discussions with the security team?

 

 --Rajeev

 

 

On Fri, Feb 12, 2021 at 6:08 PM Han Wang <han.wang@...> wrote:

Hi ALL,

 

      Happy lunar new year.  Hope everything goes well.

 

      For Feb. meeting, we will have a RM security open discussion with security group.

 

     Here is the scope of the list we think the security concerns/challenges need to be addressed but not limited to:

  1. RMC itself from HW design perspective
    1. Chipset selection along with FW code base, etc.,
    2. The host architecture dependency: OpenRMC can be hosted in PS, Switch, standalone HW module, etc.,

                                                               i.      Each type of Host HW and architecture might have different security concerns

  1. Interface:
    1. Northbound

                                                               i.      To all the client applications

                                                             ii.      To data center management

    1. Southbound

                                                               i.      Redfish

                                                             ii.      Legacy interface

  1. Web server
  2. Malicious attacks: (In-band to OOB, OOB only)
    1. Southbound platforms to RMC
    2. RMC to rest of the rack
    3. RMC to RMC or Datacenter Managers ( Single Rack to Multiple Racks and more)

 

 

      Have a great long weekend.

 

Thanks,

Han

 


Re: OpenRMC Feb Meeting Agenda

Rajeev Sharma
 

Hi Han,
I missed the meeting because of the stormy weather in Texas. How did the call go?  Did you have discussions with the security team?

 --Rajeev


On Fri, Feb 12, 2021 at 6:08 PM Han Wang <han.wang@...> wrote:

Hi ALL,

 

      Happy lunar new year.  Hope everything goes well.

 

      For Feb. meeting, we will have a RM security open discussion with security group.

 

     Here is the scope of the list we think the security concerns/challenges need to be addressed but not limited to:

  1. RMC itself from HW design perspective
    1. Chipset selection along with FW code base, etc.,
    2. The host architecture dependency: OpenRMC can be hosted in PS, Switch, standalone HW module, etc.,

                                                               i.      Each type of Host HW and architecture might have different security concerns

  1. Interface:
    1. Northbound

                                                               i.      To all the client applications

                                                             ii.      To data center management

    1. Southbound

                                                               i.      Redfish

                                                             ii.      Legacy interface

  1. Web server
  2. Malicious attacks: (In-band to OOB, OOB only)
    1. Southbound platforms to RMC
    2. RMC to rest of the rack
    3. RMC to RMC or Datacenter Managers ( Single Rack to Multiple Racks and more)

 

 

      Have a great long weekend.

 

Thanks,

Han

 


OpenRMC Feb Meeting Agenda

Han Wang
 

Hi ALL,

 

      Happy lunar new year.  Hope everything goes well.

 

      For Feb. meeting, we will have a RM security open discussion with security group.

 

     Here is the scope of the list we think the security concerns/challenges need to be addressed but not limited to:

  1. RMC itself from HW design perspective
    1. Chipset selection along with FW code base, etc.,
    2. The host architecture dependency: OpenRMC can be hosted in PS, Switch, standalone HW module, etc.,

                                                               i.      Each type of Host HW and architecture might have different security concerns

  1. Interface:
    1. Northbound

                                                               i.      To all the client applications

                                                             ii.      To data center management

    1. Southbound

                                                               i.      Redfish

                                                             ii.      Legacy interface

  1. Web server
  2. Malicious attacks: (In-band to OOB, OOB only)
    1. Southbound platforms to RMC
    2. RMC to rest of the rack
    3. RMC to RMC or Datacenter Managers ( Single Rack to Multiple Racks and more)

 

 

      Have a great long weekend.

 

Thanks,

Han

 


OpenRMC Jan Meeting Agenda

Han Wang
 

Hi ALL,

 

      Happy new year.  Hope everything goes well.

 

      We are pretty much done with OpenRMC v1.0.  Will start to move forward to v1.x and brain storming for v2.0.

 

      Would like to invite you for an open discussion for OpenRMC v1.x and beyond.

 

     Jan 19, 2021

 

  • OpenRMC Inspur SW and HW bundle contribution to IC for approval
    • Status update
  • OpenRMC Monthly meeting schedule
  • OpenRMC SB interface v1.0
  • OpenRMC Spec 1.x  and beyond
    • Preliminary discussion on NB requirements 1.x 
    • Preliminary discussion on SB requirements 1.x 
    • HW requirements
    • Security

 

Thanks,

Han

 


Re: Meeting time slot

Han Wang
 

Hi ALL,

 

    Here is the poll link. We have proposed three slots for considerations. Please help to input.

   

https://doodle.com/poll/wdx4p34ftk5qqqt7?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link

 

Thanks,

Han

 

 

From: Han Wang
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2020 9:55 AM
To: 'OpenRMC@OCP-All.groups.io' <OpenRMC@OCP-All.groups.io>
Subject: Meeting time slot

 

Hi all,

 

     Per requests from Asia, and Pacific region, teams of companies from that region would like to join. The proposed new meeting time is 4:00pm pacific time.

 

     Please feedback whether it works. Based on feedback, will make a decision.

 

     Happy Holiday season. Stay safe.

 

Thanks,

Han

 


Meeting time slot

Han Wang
 

Hi all,

 

     Per requests from Asia, and Pacific region, teams of companies from that region would like to join. The proposed new meeting time is 4:00pm pacific time.

 

     Please feedback whether it works. Based on feedback, will make a decision.

 

     Happy Holiday season. Stay safe.

 

Thanks,

Han

 


Dec OpenRMC meeting minutes and Actions

Han Wang
 

Meeting minutes:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jtuQt90Z0uzcDO7hF4baM_wxUcPOchzkTd-71KqNwCE/edit

 

Actions called out for community:

Review and feedback on the SB interface spec, and will make a decision during next meeting to convert to v1.0 release.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/19HAdtPqsEIc7jIM0RqwQ7FP99ZVj8Ker


OCP Hardware Management Community - Don't miss your workshop @ OCP TECH WEEK!

Kali Burdette
 

OCP Hardware Management Group,

Don't forget that OCP TECH WEEK starts today! We hope you'll join us for a day of updates and insights from the OCP Foundation and our volunteer leadership. 

If you haven't already, register here so that you can participate in the Hardware Management workshop that will be held tomorrow, Tuesday from 9am-5pm PT.

Thanks and see you there!

Kali


Kali Burdette, CMP
Open Compute Project Foundation
Event Manager
Office: Lexington, KY (EST)
859.512.2366

Register today for our fall virtual event, OCP TECH WEEK – November Nov 9-10 & 12-13 – featuring OCP Foundation updates and technical deep dives into the OCP Project Groups!


Re: Documents for today's meeting

John Leung
 

Links to the the documents
OpenRMC_Southbound_Interface_Using_Redfish - https://drive.google.com/file/d/19HAdtPqsEIc7jIM0RqwQ7FP99ZVj8Ker

John

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM John Leung via groups.io <john.leung=ocproject.net@groups.io> wrote:
I have two topics on the agenda to discuss supplemental documents to the OpenRMC Design Specifications (OpenRMC Usage Guide and OpenRMC Southbound Redfish Usage mapping).

I've attached the early drafts, but will post links to the documents after the meeting.

John


Invitation: Open RMC - OCP Subproject Call @ Monthly from 11:30am to 12:30pm on the third Tuesday (CST) (openrmc@ocp-all.groups.io)

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Documents for today's meeting

John Leung
 

I have two topics on the agenda to discuss supplemental documents to the OpenRMC Design Specifications (OpenRMC Usage Guide and OpenRMC Southbound Redfish Usage mapping).

I've attached the early drafts, but will post links to the documents after the meeting.

John


Invitation: Open RMC - OCP Subproject Call @ Tue Sep 1, 2020 11am - 12pm (CDT) (openrmc@ocp-all.groups.io)

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