Cloud, Security and Analytics at Open Networking User Group
ONUG is here again and next week I will be heading to San Francisco to participate in the Spring conference. This will be the fourth ONUG conference I am attending and it has been fascinating to see the event evolve from defining the SD-WAN business requirements, and expanding to Cloud, Security and Analytics – all […]
Wearing the Other Shoe: The journey from the customer and ONUG to Cisco
It’s hard to believe that 2 ½ years ago, in my role as Head of Network Services at Cigna, I was in NYC presenting a concept to an emerging community called the Open Network Users Group. Prior to the event, I vividly recall Nick Lippis (ONUG chair) asking me if this was a concept that […]
Cisco Open Source Project Contiv – Winner at ONUG Spring
Cisco has been actively participating in open source and open standards for a long time and is now also a founding member of the Open IT Framework at the most recently held Open Networking User Group (ONUG) earlier this month. As I wrote in my blog prior to the event our focus was going to […]
Bring Application Intent to Networking Containers
Yesterday, Mike Cohen’s post Networking Containers: Policy Finally Comes of Age appeared on the Open Networking User Group blog site. He talks about the tremendous interest among application developers to use Linux containers to develop, deploy, and operate applications. Containers and microservices simplify complex application development into smaller, less risky software components with the benefits of portability and […]
Tech Field Day Extra at ONUG – ACI, Docker, and OpenStack Group-Based Policy
A few weeks ago at the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) conference, Cisco hosted a session on ACI, Docker, and Group Based Policy for Tech Field Day Extra....
SD-WAN and ACI Momentum at Open Networking User Group
Next week (3rd-5th November) the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) meets at New York University in New York for...
Cisco Intelligent WAN Delivers on SD-WAN Business Requirements
I was excited to attend the Open Networking User Group Conference last week at Columbia University in New York. The Open Networking User Group is a community of IT business leaders who exchange ideas and best practices for implementing Open Networking and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) designs. One of the ONUG working groups is the SD-WAN […]