OpenPOWER Ready™ Definition and Criteria – V2.0

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Date Added: January 18, 2018

Revision: V2.0

OpenPOWER Ready Definition and Criteria

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    The OpenPOWER Foundation set up the OpenPOWER Ready™ program in 2016.   Within the program, developers identify products for use by members of the OpenPOWER ecosystem.    The OpenPOWER Ready mark indicates that a product should work with other OpenPOWER Ready products.  Because of this the OpenPOWER Foundation is suggesting that entities providing such products join the foundation.

     

    The OpenPOWER Ready Definition and Criteria – V2.0 document describes the details of the program.    Since there are several types of products categorized in the document they are listed below.  Because of the differences between the categories of products the criteria varies between them.  Developers will find the categories and criteria described in the document.

     

    OpenPOWER Ready Product Categories

    • Systems
    • CAPI Accelerators – Heterogeneous accelerator attached via a CAPI enabled PCIe Adapter
    • Software (Operating Systems, tool chain, and applications)
    • IO Adapters – storage controllers and network controllers are examples of IO Adapters
    • CAPI Adapters
    • OpenCAPI™ 3.0 Adapters
    • System Support Components

     

    Companies and other entities can make a strong statement about their support of the OpenPOWER technology as an alternative to other server solutions by becoming a member of the OpenPOWER Foundation membership.

     

    This document is a Standard Track, Work Group Specification work product owned by the OpenPOWER Ready Workgroup and handled in compliance with the requirements outlined in the OpenPOWER Foundation Work Group (WG) Process document.  Comments, questions, etc. can be submitted to the public mailing list for this document at <opready@mailinglist.openpowerfoundation.org>.