OpenMSA Tokyo DevDay

A free event to custom-design multi-domain automation workflows

Build a multi-domain orchestration solution

The OpenMSA DevDay is an event for developers & network engineers to learn with others who share a passion for DevOps solutions for the Networking and Security space.

We’ve set out to empower developers to design orchestration solutions for networking and security technologies and the automation of their associated processes… and created this free OpenMSA networking and learning event!

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    What is the OpenMSA?

    The OpenMSA is an open framework enabling developers to design and automate services for multi-vendor and multi-domain environments. Learn more here.

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    Who should join us?

    Developers and network engineers at system integration houses, service providers, and enterprises.

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    Why should you join us?

    The OpenMSA allows you to build an orchestration solution without vendor lock-in or dependencies, leaving no domain unaddressed. If you want to make your network and security automation plans come true, join us!

Tokyo DevDay Agenda

12:30Arrival and seating, welcoming
13:00OpenMSA Overview & Positioning

Advanced Product Demo

14:00Hands-on session #1: Microservices

How to do element management by designing microservices

Typical use case: Provision security and networking rules to control traffic flow.

Followed by QA

15:30Break & QA
16:00Hands-on session #2: Workflows

Automate network configurations and orchestrate security services

Typical use case: Automate the security policy configuration on multiple devices.

Followed by QA

At the endSummary

The benefits of joining the OpenMSA Community and where it is headed.

18:00Buffet Dinner

OpenMSA Trainers


Antoine Brun

Director of Product
Management, UBiqube

Antoine has 20 years of experience in the Software Design and Development industry.

He started his career as a full stack Java developer at France Telecom. He later worked for the INRIA in a genetic data processing project, then at the Xerox Research Center.

Antoine is an early member of the UBiqube team, and has lead the software development of the MSActivator and the OpenMSA.


Herve Guesdon

CTO, UBiqube

Herve has 20+ years of experience in the IP Service Provider Industry.

Starting his career at the France Telecom, his expertise spans IP Networking and Security, wireline and wireless, physical and virtual and associated service management tools (orchestration, assurance, security reporting, performance management, analytics (Big Data), OSS, etc..).

As an early founding member of UBiqube, he has been leading UBiqube’s product innovation.


Yes, we will translate the whole event into Japanese.

Any support documentation, however, will be provided in English only.

The OpenMSA software is made available at no charge for community developers and can be downloaded on The related open source development modules are made available on Github.

Yes, please bring your friends, but make sure they have an adequate developer background, and they register here before showing up.

Yes, we will provide the audience with in-session drinks and snacks, as well as a buffet dinner at the end of the day.

No, since this event is a structured hands-on session, we can only welcome participants who are able to attend the whole event from 12.30pm to the session end. Of course, dinner is not mandatory!

Yes, please do bring your personal laptop and (don’t forget the) charger.

General networking and/or security industry knowledge is advised. Also, PHP coding skills, or any similar scripting language skills are a plus.