Register for: ONUG Spring 2018 from May 8-9, 2018!
Don’t miss ONUG Spring 2018 from May 8-9, 2018 in San Francisco, California.
At ONUG Spring 2018, IT leaders will take the stage to discuss operationalizing the enterprise cloud, measurable security for the multi-cloud era, as well as digital transformation. Topics to be covered include multi-cloud best practices, network transformation, machine learning and AI, as well as security in the enterprise cloud. ONUG is the leading IT user-driven community focused on leveraging the power of their engineering and procurement to influence the pace and deployment of open networking solutions.
The ONUG Board has grown to include Bank of America, BNY Mellon, Cigna, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, FedEx, Fidelity, Gap Inc., GE, Intuit, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Pfizer, TD Ameritrade, UBS, Oath (formerly Yahoo), and Kaiser Permanente. ONUG prides itself on functioning as the collective voice of the enterprise IT community. Throughout the year, ONUG organizes Working Group Initiatives, bringing together IT executives, academics, researchers, government representatives, vendors, and cloud/service providers to contribute to the advancement of products and services required for an open cloud-based software-defined market to develop at scale.
The ONUG semiannual conferences function as a product and reflection of the work being done in the working groups throughout the year. The conferences include keynotes from enterprise IT business leaders as they address their open software-defined cloud-based infrastructure journeys, updates from the Working Group Initiative members, hands-on tutorials and interactive labs, real world use cases, proof of concept demonstrations, and a vendor technology showcase.
The goal of all ONUG events and initiatives is to bring together the full IT community to allow IT business leaders to learn from peers, make informed open infrastructure deployment decisions, and to open up the dialogue between the vendor and user communities to collectively drive open infrastructure.
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