Last month, Oracle was proud to serve as the industry sponsor for the ONUG Spring Conference. With a hybrid presence both in New Jersey and online, we interacted with more than 2000 attendees, many of whom are users of the ONUG working groups. The working group is developing the Cloud Security Notification Framework (CSNF) for consistent security, observability, and reporting across cloud service providers.
For many of us attending the in-person event, this was the first in-person event in over two years. It was great to see old friends and the new colleagues met only over Zoom. The conversations were high in quality, and many of us felt that this was a worthy trip.
Oracle speakers shared our perspectives on CSNF, including:
For those who are interested in trying out the OCI Birthday Cake CSNF demo, Josh Hammer has published the source code. There you can find:
You can find a guide to set it up in your OCI tenancy and as well as the source code here: https://github.com/onug/CSNF/tree/main/oci_csnf_birthday_cake.
Overall, the event proved to be a great place to further continue conversations about multi-cloud security. Stay tuned to learn more about Oracle’s work in CSNF and ONUG. We look forward to meeting you at future ONUG events.