ONUG FALL 2022
CALL FOR PAPERS
Hosted by Raytheon Technologies
October 19-20, 2022
Center415, New York City

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ONUG Conferences bring together IT executives from global 2000 firms to collaborate on building connected, secure, observable and automated Multi-Cloud infrastructures.


2022 marks ONUG’s tenth year serving the requirements of the Enterprise Multi-Cloud community. ONUG Fall will look ahead to the next 10 years of Enterprise digital transformation  and will focus on identifying the challenges and actionable solutions to Cloud security, Observability and Networking.

If you are interested in speaking on any of the below key topics at ONUG Fall, complete this form

ONUG Fall Key Topics Include:

Automation

  • Federated identity and access management across public and private cloud environments.
  • Emerging state of network automation

Connect

  • Public cloud services delivered in local on-prem environments.
  • The intersection of SDWAN and CSP.
  • Edge computing networking
  • Data fabric and multi cloud networking

Security

  • Public cloud security – deployment use cases
  • Multi-cloud security
  • CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker)
  • Can cloud and multi-cloud security match on prem security?
  • Multi-Cloud Security best practices
  • IT and OT Security Convergence

Observability

  • Cloud networking visibility

DevSecOps

  • Value-Stream Mapping for Your Organization
  • Operationalizing DevSecOps
  • Integrating Security across Your DevSecOps practice
  • Practical Approaches to Automating Testing
  • The Journey from Monitoring to Observability

IT Management

  • Cloud Repatriation
  • Managing worker fatigue and the Great Resignation
  • Leadership, career path, talent acquisition and retention
  • Remote Work Force (RWF) Issues – how do we continue to engage with staff?
  • RWF tools to increase efficiency and engagement
  • Inspiring RWF
  • Changing role of the network engineer, what tools and skill sets are needed to carry into next decade. What does the engineer of the future look like?