[fsdpwg] New OFA/=?UTF-8?Q?SNIA=20Webinar=20=E2=80=93=20C?=asting the Net: Scaling Management of Storage and Fabrics

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                           fsdNew OFA/SNIA Webinar

         Casting the Net: Scaling Management of Storage and Fabrics
                         May 17 at 10AM Pacific Time
                               Register Today!


   The [2]OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) is excited to announce its upcoming
   webinar with the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA)
   highlighting an open, standards-based approach to composable resource
   management for disaggregated infrastructures through the OpenFabrics
   Management Framework (OFMF).

   Date/Time: Wednesday, May 17, 2023, at 10AM Pacific Time

   Registration:  [3]https://bit.ly/41bRilE

   Title: Casting the Net: Scaling Management of Storage and Fabrics

   Presenters: Richelle Ahlvers, SNIA Board, Intel; and Phil Cayton, OFA
   Vice Chair, Intel.

   About: Composable disaggregated infrastructures provide a promising
   solution to addressing the provisioning and computational efficiency
   limitations, as well as hardware and operating costs, of integrated,
   siloed systems. But how do we solve these problems in an open,
   standards-based way? DMTF, SNIA, the OFA, and the CXL Consortium are
   working together to provide elements of the overall solution, with
   Redfish and Swordfish manageability providing the standards-based
   interface. OFA is developing an OpenFabrics Management Framework (OFMF)
   designed for configuring fabric interconnects and managing composable
   disaggregated resources in dynamic HPC infrastructures using
   client-friendly abstractions. In this webinar, attendees will
   understand how use cases for scaling management of storage and fabrics
   and beyond are addressed in these architectures, and the applicability
   to additional technologies.

   Please contact [4]press at openfabrics.org with any questions.
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