Developing management standards &
- This area contains the SM CLP command response schema
(DSP0244) in DSP0214.
- This area contains the schema definitions referenced by a
specifications, including registries, protocols, wrapper specifications
and the CIM Schema itself.
- This area
contains the Open Virtualization Format (OVF) schema
definitions as referenced in DSP0243.
- This area contains the Configuration Management Database
schema definitions as referenced in DSP0252.
document - This area contains schemas for common document related
information, such as glossary, bibliography, and document control
- This area contains schema
definitions for Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface (CIMI)
tools - This area contains DMTF tools and other files made available to DMTF
Alliance partners and affiliates.
This site contains XML schema documents, XML instance
documents, and XSLT stylesheet documents for convenience of
the development community. If these documents have a DSP
number, they are DMTF standards, otherwise they have been
produced from the CIM Schema by using DMTF standards. For a
document to be published on this site, the corresponding DMTF
standard is either in Preliminary or Final status.
The DMTF advises developers to NOT FETCH THESE DOCUMENTS PROGRAMMATICALLY. This website has a limited amount of bandwidth which will not be increased. These documents are posted on this site for development purposes only and are not meant to be fetched by applications during run-time.
This site is organized according to DSP4009,
which is the DMTF Process for publishing XML schema, XML
documents and XSLT stylesheets.
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active references to stylesheets in XML files on the
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