Open Mainframe Project Launches Call for Proposals for the 2nd Annual Open Mainframe Summit on September 22-23

Registration for the Virtual Event is now Open.

SAN FRANCISCO May 5 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 announced plans for its 2nd annual Open Mainframe Summit the premier mainframe event of 2021. The event set for September 22-23 is open to students developers users and contributors of Open Mainframe projects from around the globe looking to learn network and collaborate. As a virtual event again this year Open Mainframe Summit will feature content tracks that tackle both business and technical strategies for enterprise development and deployment.

In Open Mainframe Projects inaugural event last year more than 380 registrants from 175 companies joined the two-day conference that featured 36 sessions. Some of the most popular sessions were the Women in Tech panel COBOL sessions new mainframer journey and project overview sessions for Ambitus Feilong Polycephaly and Zowe. The event report can be found here and all of the videos can be watched here.

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