Simplifying Server Management with the Redfish 1.0 Specification – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 432

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jeff Autor, a Distinguished Technologist with the Servers Business Unit at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) stops by to talk about Redfish 1.0 and how HPE has implemented the Redfish 1.0 specification on their HPE ProLiant Gen9 server family as an HPE Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) firmware update. He points out that iLO serves as the nerve center of HPE ProLiant servers that acting as the control service for the server engaging in health monitoring, power and thermal control, and remote administration. Jeff highlights how the integration of Redfish into iLO enables a programmable platform that provides customers with a wealth of information about the status of the server and greatly improves interoperability with existing standards among vendors.

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