The DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) Redfish API offers an open industry standard specification and schema used to manage and secure scalable platform hardware. Developers can reproduce DMTF specifications and documents by implementing the Redfish API. JSON and OData are the preferred formats for data exchange, and HTTP Basic Auth for authentication.
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03-10-17 00:34:30Updated Request Format
05-01-17 14:15:53[SDK] DMTF Redfish Python SDK by DMTF updated with Related API DMTF Redfish
23-12-16 11:02:17[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: PullString, Packagecloud.io, Hotmob, Zammad, HAAS Alert updated with Related API DMTF Redfish