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ONUG Spring 2017 April 25 & 26 ONUG Fall 2017 October 17 & 18

Participate in an ONUG Use Case Working Group

The Working Groups serve as ONUG’s vehicle to generate industry change as a community of IT executives, industry leaders, and standards/open source professionals that provides choice, lower total cost of ownership, and faster IT delivery.

ONUG Working Groups, led by IT business leaders, develop detailed open networking use case requirements that standards/open source organizations and vendors can use to prioritize their respective initiatives and investments. The ONUG Community is encouraged to place its collective procurement power behind the ONUG Working Group Use Cases. This puts the buying power back in the hands of the user, as they provide vendors with prioritized needs around which to formulate products and services. The end goal is for the vendor and/or open source community to develop multi-vendor interoperable PoC demonstrations at ONUG that are in compliance with functional use case solution requirements as proposed by the ONUG Working Groups.

Current ONUG Working Groups

  1. 1. Software-Defined Security Services
  2. 2. Open Hybrid Cloud
  3. 3. Full Stack Engineer
  4. 4. IT Organization Redesign for the Cloud Era

PLEASE NOTE: ONUG Use Case Working Groups are open to all IT business leaders and academics. Only vendors and service providers sponsoring the current ONUG conference are eligible to participate.

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Helpful Working Group Resources

ONUG Open IT Framework Industry Initiatives – A handful of past working groups have transitioned into ONUG Open IT Framework Industry Initiatives aimed at bringing together vendors, standards organizations, open source communities, and entrepreneurs to take the working group requirements and develop corresponding standards and open source code, while also creating a governing body to oversee their development. Learn more and sign up to participate in any of the four new initiatives here.