The Small Footprint CIM Broker is a CIM server (or CIMOM) like OpenPegasus or OpenWBEM, but is targeted at resource-constrained environments. A CIMOM manages communication between providers, which interact with the hardware, and a CIM client, where the administrator manages the system. SFCB supports CMPI-style providers, such as those in the SBLIM project. The SBLIM project is a collection of tools designed to support Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM).
|Tags||Monitoring Systems Administration|
|Licenses||Eclipse Public License|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A handful of fixes for standards compliance and race conditions, among other changes.
Release Notes: Bugfixes related to memory leaks, SLP process memory growing over time, provider unloading, and data corruption.
Release Notes: New features include SLP support as a provider (removing SFCC as a dependency), Indications Profile 1.1.0 support, logging to syslog as a separate process, removal of a separate HTTPS daemon, and over 30 bugfixes related to function, security, and usability.
Release Notes: Feature additions for this release include implementation of DSP1054: Indication Profile (retry of failed indications) and introduction of ClassProviderSf and a reduced size class repository. Bugfixes address function completeness and stability.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, but includes some new features including the option to run providers as an unprivileged user.