Sunfish Open Source Management for Composable Disaggregated Infrastructures


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? The Sunfish project, a collaboration between DMTF, SNIA, the OFA, and the CXL™ Consortium to provide elements of the overall solution, with Redfish® and SNIA Swordfish™ manageability providing the standards-based interface. Sunfish is designed to configure fabric interconnects and managing composable disaggregated resources in dynamic High Performance Computing (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. This presentation will highlight an open, standards-based approach to composable resource management for disaggregated infrastructures through Sunfish and provide a demonstration of the Sunfish reference implementation.

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