Public Cloud/SaaS Network Optimization & Resiliency

Spring 2022

With remote workforce requirements plus increased consumption of all kinds of cloud services in the large enterprise, one huge question has been unanswered. How do you optimize and build resiliency into network cloud access? What are the new approaches to networking in the enterprise cloud era? This roundtable discussion session is exclusive for IT teams. No slides, just sharing best practices and challenges in a safe environment led by ONUG board members and thought leader. Come to learn from your peers and see if you’re on the right track.


As Technical Director, Aryo Kresnadi is responsible for setting network architecture strategies, futures and solutions for FedEx Global Enterprise Network supporting all FedEx information movement to ensure on-time delivery for all FedEx packages.

Current responsibility includes research and development of architecture, design and implementation of the next-generation network for FedEx data center, multi-cloud, and edge network for the FedEx field locations to support next-generation sensors, robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.

Aryo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from Ohio State University and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) from University of Pittsburgh. Aryo is currently based in Collierville, TN, the home of FedEx World Technology Center.

Nabil is the CTO – Head of Network Architecture at Bloomberg LP.

Vesko led the Solution Architecture & Strategy Division at Sterling National Bank. In this role, Vesko was responsible for providing technical solutions designed to offer effectiveness, efficiency, evolvability, reliability, security, scalability, and resiliency across all security and infrastructure services.

Prior to Sterling, Vesko worked at Credit Suisse for 10 years in various leadership roles in Infrastructure Architecture and Cyber Security across a global footprint of production, non-production and test environments. In his time at CS he introduced emerging technologies and innovative products in software defined networking, network virtualization, data center and cloud networking and security, threat management and incident response, security automation and orchestration, and others. In addition to working closely with Credit Suisse’s engineering and operations teams, Vesko also served as technical advisor to the Technology Investment Banking, Equity Research, and Prime Investments business units.

Vesko has an MS in Computer Science from Columbia University with concentration in Network Systems and Network Security. He is currently based in New York City.

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