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The Open Source Strategy Forum, presented by FINOS, is a two-day conference for financial technology professionals looking to accelerate open source engagement at their firms. The program will feature three tracks, each guiding attendees from fundamental concepts to in-depth, practical knowledge in one of three areas: business value & strategy, policy & process, and tools & technology. Attendees will leave with the information and skills necessary to move their firms toward open source readiness.
OVERCOMING COMPLIANCE BARRIERS TO OPEN SOURCE COLLABORATION INFRASTRUCTURE [PANEL]
Wednesday, November 14 | 2:30 p.m.
Speakers: Diane Mueller, Red Hat, Maurizio Pilitu, FINOS Foundation, and Jamie Jones, GitHub
Abstract: Coming soon.
THE ENTERPRISE OPEN SOURCE VENDOR RELATIONSHIP
Wednesday, November 14 | 10:30 a.m.
Speakers: Diane Mueller, Red Hat, Colin Charles, GrokOpen, and Duncan Lawie, Credit Suisse Group
Abstract: Coming soon.
SUPPORTING INNOVATION AND STABILITY IN FSI SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT WITH OPEN SOURCE PLATFORMS
Wednesday, November 14 | 11:30 a.m.
Speaker: Alessandro Petroni, Red Hat
Open source is driving innovation by allowing contributors to adapt, extend and change software quickly to respond to market needs. Financial services are striving to reduce cost of support and operations through a modern platform that services customers and associates.
As financial services use new technology to extend market reach, technology operations are challenged to support solutions which sometimes are difficult to manage at scale. Ops and Security know that open source is not free lunch as it has to engineered, integrated into the bank operations and processes to ensure regulatory compliance.
Balancing developers’ freedom of choice vs day-two supportability cannot be ignored.
Attend this session to learn about unifying the needs for innovation and stability through an open source platform. The selection of fundamental capabilities such as cloud readiness, scale, auditability, transparency, ease of integration, product lifecycle standards can benefit both FinTech and FinServ. Open source means also tapping into a large talent pool of professionals that want to work with visibility and collaboratively.