The open source mainframe virtual event features keynote speakers from DeployHub FINOS Jono Bacon Consulting the Linux Foundation ZEDEDA and more.

SAN FRANCISCO August 12 2021 The Open Mainframe Project OMP an open source initiative that enables collaboration across the mainframe community to develop shared tool sets and resources today announces the complete schedule of the 2nd annual Open Mainframe Summit. This years virtual event which takes place on September 22-23 will feature keynote speakers Gabriele Columbro Executive Director of Fintech Open Source Foundation FINOS Jason Shepherd Vice President of Ecosystem at ZEDEDA and Chair of the LF Edge Governing Board Jono Bacon a leading community and collaboration speaker and founder of Jono Bacon Consulting Steve Winslow Vice President of Compliance and Legal at The Linux Foundation Tracy Ragan CEO and Co-Founder of DeployHub and Continuous Delivery Foundation Board Member and more.

The theme of this years Open Mainframe Summit expands beyond the mainframe to highlight influencers with strengths in the areas supporting or leveraging the technology like continuous delivery edge computing financial services and open source. It will also highlight projects diversity and business topics that will offer seasoned professionals developers students and leaders an opportunity to share best practices and network with like-minded individuals.


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