CIM/WBEM packages (SBLIM) - call to advocate
ancoron at chaoslayer.de
Sat Nov 28 02:05:44 GMT 2009
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Ahn, Chang-Won wrote:
>> I didn't realize that they made it into Karmic, but I just saw them
>> right after I wrote my mail. Sorry that I forgot them. But the problem
>> remains the same that there are just too few providers.
>> Just providing a very basic set isn't enough to compete with the other
>> distributions and as the OpenDRIM providers also depend on SFCB it
>> shouldn't matter which provider set we provide as long as the enterprise
>> users get what they need/want.
> For Karmic version, OpenDRIM project provided 6 provider modules and
> common library as a initial step.
> We are going to finish to develop the following provider modules
> until the end of this year, and they should be open to other communities.
> Simple Identity Management
> Software Inventory
> Boot Control
> PCI Information
> Power State Management
> Software Update
> Power Supply
> Next year, we hope to cover almost all the management profiles
> developed by DMTF.
That's very good news!
If you need any help or just a hand please don't hesitate.
Can't wait to see Ubuntu get 'enterprised'...
P.S.: Are there any official test suites one can run against a deployed
CIMOM to verify profile compliance? I never saw any on the DMTF site.
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