On December 2, 2014, the CSI is hosting a Developer Tutorial Webcast â€œIntroducing CDMI 1.1â€ to dive into all the capabilities of CDMI 1.1.
Register now to join David Slik, Co-Chair, SNIA Cloud Storage Technical Work Group and me, Alex McDonald, as weâ€™ll explore whatâ€™s in this major new release of the CDMI standard, with highlights on what you need to know when moving from CDMI 1.0.2 to CDMI 1.1.
The latest release – CDMI 1.1 –Â includes:
- Enabling support for other popular industry supported cloud storage protocols such as OpenStack Swift and Amazon S3
- A variety of extensions, some part of the core specification and some stand-alone, that include a CIMI standard extension, support for immediate queries , an LTFS Export extension, an OVF extension, along with multi-part MIME and versioning extensions. A full list can be found here.
- 100% backwards compatibility with ISO certified CDMI v. 1.0.2 to ensure continuity and backward compatibility with existing CDMI systems
- And more
This event on December 2nd will be live, so please bring your specific questions. Weâ€™ll do our best to answer them on the spot. I hope youâ€™ll join us!