ONUG Spring 2022 Exclusive Insights
“ZTNA continues to gain prominence, showing up across multiple SD-WAN and SASE vendor offerings.” – SD-WAN and SASE Enterprise Brief
“Enterprises looking for private mobile network solutions should do their homework in understanding the nature and pace of innovation in this arena, and time their investments appropriately to maximize return on capital.” – Private Mobile Networks Enterprise Brief
Content from Thought Leaders at ONUG 2022
The following media comprises interviews and other content related to ONUG Spring 2022. Views expressed are those of the presenting individuals and companies and may not necessarily represent views of Converge! Network Digest or AvidThink.
Visibility into Multi-Cloud Networks
Visibility into multi-cloud environments is a top priority for enterprise networks, says David Erickson, co-founder and CEO of Forward Networks, speaking at ONUG Spring 2022. Another key challenge is hiring and retaining talent. Documenting the entire operation can be instrumental for the onboarding of new team members. The video also discusses how Goldman Sach first became a customer of Forward Networks and later chose to invest in the firm.
Hyperscale innovation for Enterprises
There are tremendous opportunities to take the disaggregation and scale-out data center technologies pioneered by hyperscalers and apply it to enterprise networks, says George Tchaparian, CEO of Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP).
3 forces driving innovation in enterprise Networks
What are the 3 biggest forces driving innovation in enterprise networks today? Cost, Cloud, and Connectivity, answered Shekar Ayyar, CEO of Arrcus. Here’s a perspective from ONUG Spring 2022 on how a modernized routing stacking can drive transformation across all three of these forces.
Automation with recoverability and observability
Koroush Saraf, Vice President of Product and Marketing at ZPE, discusses the importance of end-to-end automation with recoverability to prevent bricked systems, and the role of observability at ONUG Spring 2022.
Dan Baxter, Sales Engineering Manager at Opengear, shares how combining a network resilience solution with a network automation platform can enable critical capabilities for DevSecOps.
Experience-driven NetOps from the end-user perspective
End user metrics should be used for understanding network performance, says Jeremy Rossbach, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Broadcom, speaking at ONUG Spring 2022. Broadcom’s solution builds on its recent acquisition of AppNeta.
The need for agility in today's enterprise networks
The rate of change in enterprise networks continues to accelerate. Business are facing great amounts of stress to adapt to changing customer patterns, changing employee patterns, and all while managing security threats. Donna Johnson, SVP of Marketing at Cradlepoint, shares insights from ONUG Spring 2022.
Understanding enterprise networks' multi-cloud spending
Enterprise networks are continuing to ramp up spend on multi-cloud projects whether at the core or edge. But how to understand the return-on-investment (ROI)? Paul Parker-Johnson, Principal Analyst at ACG, discusses the latest trends at ONUG Spring 2022.
Reducing time to root cause detection
At the ONUG Spring 2022 event, a key topic of discussion was the critical staff shortages faced by IT departments. Optimizing network operations has become a priority. John Heinz, Director of Sales Engineering at Augtera, discusses how machine learning and automation can reduce time to root cause detection and thus help alleviate the staffing shortage.