2015 Red Hat Summit Announced

by Ostatic Staff - Apr. 07, 2015

Red Hat, Inc. today announced this year's Red Hat Summit. A good time will be had by all for the Early Bird discounted price of $1295. Keynotes, presentations, labs, and panel discussions are among the scheduled events. There's something for everyone with the added attractions of offsite parties, receptions, happy hours, and pub crawls.

The Red Hat Summit 2015 was announced today for June 23 - June 26 in Boston. "Red Hat Summit has become a must-attend event, with customers, partners, and open source industry leaders from around the world coming together for a high-energy week of innovation, education, and collaboration." Red Hat's Jim Whitehurst and Paul Cormier are among the keynote speakers with more to be announced.

Besides the speeches, 170 1-hour breakout sessions are planned. Breakout sessions are presentations by industry experts on topical issues. Some speakers include Thomas Cameron, John Shakshober, and Matt Hicks. A Partner Pavillion will be open showcasing many of Red Hat's partners and their wares. Labs will let attendees test out Red Hat's latest tech. For those wanting still more add-ons include in-depth training courses with expert instructors and certification exams in Red Hat OpenStack. Developers can attend DevNation for "a week of keynotes, technical sessions, BoFs, evening programming events, and more" with folks from some of the top tech companies around.

For the rest of us, lots of announcements and quotes will flow from Red Hat Summit 2015 hinting where "the future of enterprise technology, including cloud computing, Internet of Things, Linux containers, big data, mobile, and beyond" may be headed. It will surely be an exciing week for Open Source.

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