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The Open Group events are for business and technology professionals interested in achieving business objectives through technology standards. The Open Group organizes conferences, member meetings, industry verticals, webinars, podcasts and videos on a wide variety of topics.


& Time
Event Themes           
& Topics
April 9 at 8:30am PT Toolkit Tuesday Special Edition Portfolio of Digital Open Standards Supporting Your Digital Journey REGISTER
April 10 at 12pm EDT Sponsored Webinar from Lynx Software Technologies Increased Cybersecurity Resiliency through Systems Architecture - Best Practices REGISTER
April 18 at 2pm London Webinar The ArchiMate® 3.2 Specification and the ArchiMate Certification Program REGISTER
April 19 at 1.30pm Mumbai, 6pm Sydney Webinar repeated The ArchiMate® 3.2 Specification and the ArchiMate Certification Program REGISTER
April  22 - 25, 2024

The Open Group          
Edinburgh, Scotland


Theme: Ecosystems Architecture and AI Standards

Track sessions include:

Enterprise Architecture
Open Industry Standards
Digital Transformation

Member meetings include the OSDU® Forum, Open Footprint™ Forum, Architecture Forum, and IT4IT™ Forum

July 29 - 31,          

The Open Group          
New Delhi and India Awards


October 28 - 31, 2024

The Open Group          
In-person Summit (U.S.)




In the Architect's Toolkit Overview, Steve Nunn, President and CEO
of The Open Group, describes the new broadcast series and its core themes.


Visit The Open Group YouTube channel to view each episode


On-Demand Events & Webinars

Watch On-Demand

The Open Group Channel - YouTube

Checkout our curated playlists

Call for Presentations

The Open Group builds compelling event programs featuring speakers who provide a wide range of expertise and experience, to give our attendees access to the best thought leadership in the industry. The Open Group events offer exposure for speakers’ ideas, expertise, and organizations to high-placed decision makers within influential organizations worldwide.

The Presentations Review Team favors end-user perspectives and presenters, and vendor-neutral educational presentations that focus on the real-life applications and case studies. Front-line implementers and end-users are given preference in the speaker selection process. The session detail is a critical factor in determining whether your presentation proposal is accepted so spend some time outlining what you plan to cover.

Vendors are encouraged to recruit clients and partners who are front-line implementers or end-users as presenters or co-presenters.

The Open Group is a vendor-neutral and technology-neutral consortium. To respect this neutrality, your presentation should not contain any marketing pitch for products or services.