Open Source Strategy Forum

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BNY Mellon

101 Barclay Street

16th floor

New York, NY 10007

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The Open Source Strategy Forum is a one-day conference for executive-level decision makers and senior technologists from financial services seeking to drive industry innovation through open source. Attendees will include C-level executives from most of the world’s largest and most important financial services firms as well as open source and enterprise thought leaders. A world-class speaker roster will lead a dynamic conversation about leveraging open source as key part of a corporate technology strategy.

The event will take place in downtown New York City, the epicenter of financial services and FinTech in the United States.

Target Audience

  1. CIOs, CTOs, COOs, Directors of Technology, Computer/Information Systems Analysts, IT Directors, IT Managers, MIS Directors, Technical Operations Officers

  2. Compliance Officers, Software Supply Chain Managers, IP Counsel, DevOps Managers

  3. Architects, designers, developers, programmers, analysts, engineers

Registration

Members and non members are welcome to register. Please note that registration is limited. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Speakers

The Open Source Strategy Forum will host talks from bank executives, open source and enterprise thought leaders, and experienced attorneys. Sessions will range from short TED-style talks to longer, in-depth sessions related to both business and technology strategy challenges.

Our speakers have solved the technical and implementation problems unique to the financial services sector and will share their experience.

Keynote Lineup

  • Amber Baldet, Executive Director and Blockchain Program Lead, JP Morgan: Quorum: How Blockchain is Becoming an Open Source Success Story for J.P. Morgan
  • Karen Copenhaver, Partner, Choate Hall & Stewart LLP: Enlightened Self-Interest: Why and How Companies Collaborate to Build and Maintain Essential Infrastructure
  • Matt Hicks, VP of Engineering, Red Hat: Open Source Sparks Innovation
  • whurley (William Hurley), Managing Director, Goldman Sachs: Quantum Computing, Open Source and the Future of the Financial Services Industry
  • John Stecher, Managing Director - Group Head of Open Innovation and Rise, Barclays: Open Source & Innovation Center Success
  • Paul Walker, Technologist, Philanthropist, and former Co-head of Technology at Goldman Sachs: The Case for Open Source Software, Revisited
  • Deutsche Bank: The Plexus Project

Talk, panel and workshops will also feature top open source technology, legal and financial experts across four tracks:

Executive

  • Karen Copenhaver, Chaote Hall & Stewart LLP: Enlightened Self-Interest: Why and How Companies Collaborate to Build and Maintain Essential Infrastructure
  • whurley (William Hurley), Goldman Sachs: Financial Services and the Open Source Imperative
  • Joshua Matheus, Goldman Sachs and Open Compute Project board member: The Open Compute Project: Open IT Infrastructure to Achieve Greater Choice, Customization, and Cost Savings
  • Joe McCann, NodeSource: The Cost of Free Software: How to Manage Risk in an Open Source World
  • Michael Pittenger, Black Duck Software: Security in the Age of Open Source
  • Mohammad Rezaei, Goldman Sachs: Financial Services Open Source Participation
  • Nithya Ruff, Comcast: Comcast’s Journey & Transformation to Open Source
  • Gil Yehuda, Oath: Open Source Horror Stories (and lessons learned)

Legal & Policy

  • Justin Colannino and Ed Russavage, Wolf Greenfield: Protecting Freedom: Patents and Open Source Strategy
  • Ibrahim Haddad, Samsung Research America: Implementing and Managing an Open Source Compliance Program: A Crash Course (Workshop)
  • Spencer Midlin, Aite Group (moderator) with participants from Goldman Sachs, Capital One Financial Corporation, and Morgan Stanley: Open Source in Financial Services Best Practices (Panel)
  • Andrew Hall, Hall Law: Open Source Licensing Fundamentals for Financial Services
  • Jeff Luszcz, Flexera: Managing the Software Supply Chain: Policies that Promote Innovation While Optimizing Security and Compliance
  • Heather Meeker, O’Melveny & Myers: Contributing to Open Source Projects: Standards in Financial Services
  • Nick Williams, Morgan Stanley: Open Source Process Experience

Community, Culture & Process

  • Rebecca Aspler, WhiteSource: Use DevOps to Shift Left Your Application Security
  • Jono Bacon, Jono Bacon Consulting: Open Source Community Best Practices
  • Jim Jagielski, Capital One Financial Corporation & Apache Software Foundation: Innersourcing 101
  • Jeff Luszcz, Flexera: Managing the Software Supply Chain: (Open Source) Policies that Promote Innovation While Optimizing Security and Compliance
  • Heather Meeker, O'Melveny & Myers: Contributing to Open Source Projects: Standards in Financial Services
  • Ken Seddon, LOTNetwork with participants from Dropbox, JP Morgan Chase & Company and SAP: Protecting the Financial Services Community From (Open Source) Patent Trolls
  • Preston So, Acquia: The Decoupled CMS in Financial Services
  • Nick Williams, Morgan Stanley: Open Source Process Experiences
  • Kevin Barresi, FinTech Studios, Open Web Widgets: Enabling Faster Open API Integration
  • Diane Mueller, OpenShift and Maurizio Pillitu, Symphony Software Foundation: Open Source in Action: Building the Open Developer Platform for Open Source Projects in Highly Regulated Industries
  • Michael Pittenger, Black Duck Software: Security in the Age of Open Source
  • Donald Raab, BNY Mellon: They Can’t Hear You on Mute

Technology, Tools & Web

  • Jamie Jones, GitHub: Extending GitHub to meet your Open Source Policy
  • Dan Kohn, Linux Foundation: How Financial Services Can Migrate to the Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud with Kubernetes
  • Cynthia Rich and the GitHub team: Workshop: Intro to Git & GitHub
  • Azi Cohen, WhiteSource: Use DevOps to Shift Left Your Application Security

See here for the full schedule.


Sponsors

The Open Source Strategy Forum is made possible by platinum sponsors Black Duck Software, GitHub, NodeSource, and Red Hat, and gold sponsor WhiteSource.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Opportunities to get in front of 150-200 of the most influential decision makers and technologists in financial services are now available. Email us for the 2017 prospectus and more information.

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BNY Mellon

101 Barclay Street

16th floor

New York, NY 10007

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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