The members of the FinOps Foundation are defining a new operating model for cloud—and a new career discipline for many. We hope you’ll consider joining us.
There are multiple tiers of membership, each governed by the FinOps Foundation bylaws. Those who work for or are a Cloud Service Provider, ISV/FinOps Vendor, or Consulting/Services Partner should apply to one of those tiers.
Join our vibrant community of practioning FinOps members. Access the exclusive community of FinOps leaders and practitioners with their wealth of experience and knowledge. Members also gain early access to events, content and research published by the FinOps Foundation.
To be considered for charter or practitioner community membership you are required to be working in organizations with greater than $5M in overall IT budget and be in or work in one of the primary roles in FinOps: 1) Executive/Senior IT roles, 2) Executive/Senior Finance roles, 3) Cloud financial or business analysts or 4) Cloud engineering or architecture related role, etc. We recognize that many titles do FinOps so if you’re unsure please submit a short note with your application explaining how your job relates to FinOps. Those in a sales, marketing, or business development role aren’t eligible for membership.
If you are a demonstrated thought leader in FinOps help lead the community and share your story with others.
To be considered for charter membership, you’ll need to have demonstrated thought leadership in FinOps via public speaking, writing or publishing. Please share examples in the comments field. Members who don’t qualify for charter status may still qualify for community membership.
For those working in a infrastructure-as-a-service business’ who want to get involved or sponsor.
Cloud Service Provider Members must be a business providing FinOps-related infrastructure-as-a-service as their primary business. Participants in the Corporation’s member activities appointed by Cloud Service Provider Member businesses must not have sales or, marketing, or business development as their primary job. Membership as a Cloud Service Provider Member confers no voting rights with respect to the Corporation.
For those who have established FinOps consulting practices or support services who want to contribute or sponsor.
Services Members must have established FinOps consulting practices or support services as their primary business. Participants in the Corporation’s member activities appointed by Services Member businesses must not have sales, marketing, or business development as their primary job. Membership as a Services Member confers no voting rights with respect to the Corporation
For members in a IT related vendor who want to contribute and potentially sponsor.
Vendor Members must: (i) be a business with a portion of revenues generated by IT products, preferably related to FinOps; (ii) participants in the Corporation’s member activities appointed by Vendor Member businesses must not have sales, marketing, or business development as their primary job. Membership as a Vendor Member confers no voting rights with respect to the Corporation.