ONUG Webinar Recap: Software-Defined Security Services Working Group

On February 21st, ONUG conducted a live webinar in which the IT executive co-chairs of the Software-Defined Security Services Working Group presented an overview of the requirements for the three primary use cases that will underpin the working group’s activities in 2019: #1 Binding Security Policies to Workloads – Policies should be bound to workloads, […]

Containers – How Will Enterprises Adopt and Run Them?

The adoption of container technology continues to mature and advance. Today, enterprises are steadily recognizing the importance of enterprise container platforms – they provide a complete solution for operationalizing and securing applications in containers at scale over the entire lifecycle of software. Containers allow developers to be less dependent on infrastructure and more agile. Their […]

M&A and SD-WAN 2.0 Working Group Updates

Starting this week, the M&A and SD-WAN 2.0 Working Group calls will include both vendors and IT executives. To bring everyone in the ONUG Community up to date, here are summaries for what IT executives in each working group have been discussing in the first three calls this year. Anyone who would like to participate in […]

Operating in the Cloud and On-Premise – Hybrid Cloud Operations

Companies must consider many factors to decide which IT infrastructure is the right fit. Some enterprises are not able to transfer into the cloud, so they rely on their on-premise software and applications to conduct their business operations. However, due to newfound flexibility, scalability, and agility for enterprises – cloud computing has grown in popularity. […]

ONUG Working Groups: The Philosophy for 2019 is “Less is More”

The second round of ONUG Working Group calls took place last week, with each group engaged in the process of identifying pressing use cases that need to be addressed with the goal of articulating a clear set of requirements that are unambiguous and actionable. The philosophy for 2019 is “less is more.” Each group is […]