RESEARCH PAPER: Fall 2016 ONUG Meeting Highlights

By John Fruehe - November 15, 2016
Every six months, the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) gathers to discuss developments in open networking and focus on the work of their respective project teams. Each meeting brings ONUG closer to the goal of driving open networking requirements back to the market through a concerted effort to map user input and feedback into specific use cases that vendors can utilize in developing products and/or standards and open source communities. This meeting saw not only an increase in attendance but also an increase in production deployments, signaling increased maturity. You can download the paper here. vector-onug-logo-1200x927

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • The ONUG Journey – Nick Lippis
  • The Journey to Cloud-based Open IT Frameworks - Gene Sun, FedEx
  • Bridging Legacy to Cloud at GE – Chris Drumgoole
  • IT for the Next Business Cycle: The IT Executive View – Panel
  • Open Hybrid Cloud Framework – Panel
  • Open SD-WAN Exchange Update - Panel
  • The ONUG Great Debate – Two Roads to Open Networking
  • Modern Enterprise IT Infrastructure Management: New Paradigms for Infrastructure Monitoring
  • How to Develop DevOps Staff for Modern Data Center Architecture and Operations – Bryan Larish, Verizon, Lane Patterson, Yahoo
  • Open Interoperable Control Plane (OICP) Update
  • ONUG Software-Defined Security Services
  • IT Infrastructure for the Next Business Cycle – Financial Panel
  • Town Hall Meeting – Big Network Data Analytics: How Ready Are Networks to be Analytics Friendly?
  • An Analyst’s Viewpoint

Companies Cited

  • Amazon
  • AT&T
  • Cisco
  • FedEx
  • France Telecom
  • General Electric
  • GitHub
  • Google
  • New York University
  • OpenCompute Project
  • Open Networking User Group
  • Princeton University
  • Stanford University
  • Verizon
  • Yahoo
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