Call for Proposals Now Open for Open Networking Summit North America 2018
The Linux Foundation | 20 December 2017
The Linux Foundation has just opened the Open Networking Summit North America (ONS NA) 2018 Call for Proposals, and we invite you to share your expertise with over 2,000 technical and business leaders in the networking ecosystem. Proposals are due by 11:59pm PT on Jan. 14, 2018.
Over 2,000 attendees are expected to attend ONS North America 2018, taking place March 26-29 in Los Angeles, including technical and business leaders across enterprise, service providers, and cloud providers. ONS North America is the only event of its kind, bringing networking and orchestration innovations together with a focus on the convergence of business (CIO/CTO/Architects) and technical (DevOps) communities.
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Open Networking Summit NA conference tracks will include the following topical areas:
Track 1: (General Interest) Networking Futures in IoT, AI, and Network Learning. Including discussions on the progress in standards and open source interworking to drive the industry forward. We’re also seeking topics on networking as it relates to Kubernetes, cloud native, network automation, containers, microservices, and the network’s role in connected cars and connected things.
Track 2: (General Interest) Networking Business and Architecture. We’re looking for proposals on how to effectively evaluate the total cost of ownership of hybrid (public/private, SDN/NFV + traditional, proprietary/open source) environments, including acquisition strategies and good cost models for open source solutions. We’re also interested in case studies of open source business models for solution providers.
Track 3: (Technical) Service Provider & Cloud Networking. We want to hear what you have to say about the containerization of service provider workloads, multi-cloud, 5G, fog, and edge access cloud networking.
Track 4: (Business & Architecture) Service Provider & Cloud Networking. We’re seeking proposals on software-defined packet-optical, mobile edge computing, 4G video/CDN, 5G networking, and incorporating legacy systems (legacy enterprise workload migration, role of networking in cloud migration, and interworking of carrier OSS/BSS/FCAPS systems).
Track 5: (Technical) Enterprise IT & DevOps. Share your experience on scale and performance in SDN deployments, expanding container networking, maintaining stability in migration, networking needs of a hybrid cloud/virtualized environment, and figuring out the roadmap from a cost perspective.
Track 6: (Business and Architecture) Enterprise IT (CXO/IT Architects). Do you have use cases to share on IoT and networking from the retail, transportation, utility, healthcare or government sectors? We’re looking for proposals on cost modeling for hybrid environments, automation (network and beyond), analytics, security and risk management/modeling with ML, and NFV for the enterprise.
Get inspired! Watch presentations from ONS 2017.
- Martin Casado, General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
- Andre Fuetsch, President AT&T Labs and CTO, & John Donovan, Chief Strategy Officer and Group President, AT&T Technology and Operations
- Rashesh Jethi, SVP Engineering at Amadeus
- Amin Vahdat, Fellow & Technical Lead For Networking at Google
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