Its charter is to identify and provide solutions to cross-industry, large enterprise issues, such as cybersecurity and data protection, which are both significant areas of concern to large corporations.
Steering Committee members are exclusively C-level executives of Fortune 100 companies who set the direction of the ONUG Collaborative Working Group(s). Steering Committee member companies populate working group(s) with a member of their senior staff to work alongside peers, which include vendors, cloud providers and end users, to identify and provide solutions to cross-industry enterprise issues, such as cybersecurity and data protection, which are both significant areas of concern to large corporations.
ONUG Collaborative Steering Committee Members
Amplify your corporation’s voice/influence with other large corporations to ensure you receive the tools you need to drive successful digital transformation.
The ONUG Collaborative provides a means for corporations to engage and work together in a problem-solving atmosphere and culture that facilitates technology approaches that benefit all, no matter where you are on your enterprise cloud journey. The Collaborative is represented by the largest cloud consumers as well as cloud providers including Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and Google Cloud enabling it to identify gaps and facilitate hybrid/multi-cloud solutions.
The Collaborative maintains two bodies: an Executive Steering Committee and The Collaborative Working Group(s). Your IT Executive Membership in the Collaborative includes membership in any of the eight Working Groups. We are accepting membership requests from all corporations and members of the cloud vendor ecosystem.
The ONUG Collaborative comprises 7 working groups, each have their own unique projects they work on, but all working groups combine their influence behind a set of use cases to drive change in our industry
Beyond the critical work that the Collaborative working groups pursue, members enjoy exclusive, discreet and private organized engagements with peers where it’s safe to share sensitive information. Many members find this not only to be valuable, but a highly effective way of auging where they stand compared to others on their digital journeys.
Orchestration & Automation
Automated Cloud Governance (ACG)
Cloud Native Security
Women in IT Leadership
The ACG Working group’s recently released white paper, has garnered press coverage in the Wall St Journal, Information Week and other outlets. Released in May 2020, the ACG White Paper sought to educate the industry on and advocate for:
The Collaborative, through the ACG Working Group, is pursuing the development of a common Cloud Security Notification Framework or CSNF reference implementation/architecture. The goal is to create common definitions and syntax for major cloud provider security alerts, alarms, events, etc., and is the start of multi-cloud security notification services. The goal is to make a common open source security notification framework available in the industry so that cloud governance and policy can be automated, thus a shared responsibility model, a reality. In phase three, compliance officers are to be invited.