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Redfish 2022.2 Release Webinar
The Forum chairs will present the contents of the release.

Key highlights of the Redfish 2022.2 release are the addition of Reset To Defaults action to various resources, support for clients to create Ethernet Interface resources, added manager network port information, added a new Security Policy resource, and added a new Trusted Component resource.

These latest enhancements are driven by the growth of Redfish and interoperability feedback received from implementers.

Oct 13, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jeff Autor
Redfish Forum co-chair @DMTF
Jeff Autor is a Distinguished Technologist in the Security and Open Firmware Futures group of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). Over his 30-year career at HPE he has designed and developed systems management technology for HPE server products. Jeff co-authored the first SNMP server management MIBs, and has been involved in the architecture of numerous Compaq, HP BladeSystem, HPE ProLiant and HPE iLO management technologies. He has architected and developed manageability solutions including support for SNMP, IPMI and JSON-based RESTful protocols. Jeff earned a BS degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He holds 18 patents in the areas of computer system management, hardware abstraction and failover clustering. Jeff is currently co-Chair of the DMTF's Redfish Forum, which defines the Redfish open industry standard for systems management using modern RESTful-style protocols and developer-friendly data models.
Mike Raineri
Redfish Forum co-chair @DMTF
Mike Raineri is a Senior Principal Software Engineer at Dell Inc., where he is a technical leader for enclosure management solutions for storage appliances within the Dell EMC Infrastructure Solutions Group. Mike has been working in the storage industry for the since 2007 as part of EMC, and now Dell EMC, where he has been involved in the architecture and the development of hardware diagnostic test suites, UEFI applications, and BMC firmware. These roles have allowed him to collaborate over a large spectrum of consumers, from the lowest level manufacturing processes to end clients. Mike has been involved within the DMTF for several years now. He was elected to be the co-chair of the Redfish Forum in 2017 for continuing the development and adoption of the Redfish standard.