So You've Installed a Red Hat Satellite...Now What?

Join Solutions Architect Travis Kepley and Product Marketing Manager Katie Kelley to learn how to utilize the functionality in RHN Satellite to get the most from this valuable management tool.


Red Hat Network Satellite is an excellent tool for managing the entirety of your Red Hat Enterprise Linux infrastructure. However, without the right content, workflow creation and setup, RHN Satellite can simply become nothing more than another update mechanism.

This webinar is designed to help administrators become more comfortable with the period between the initial deployment of Satellite and the moment that the first Enterprise Linux machine is provisioned via the Satellite.

After the completion of the presentation and demonstration, RHN Satellite customers should feel comfortable with the major concepts presented by the Satellite interface.


Date: November 17, 2011

  • Available on-demand
Length: 1:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Travis Kepley Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Katie Kelley Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

About Travis Kepley: Travis Kepley is a Solutions Architect with Red Hat where he helps customers and partners understand how Red Hat's open source technology can make their data centers more secure, flexible and efficient than ever before. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina and works out of Red Hat's corporate headquarters. Travis has been with Red Hat for 4 years. He previously worked with the Global Support Services arm of Red Hat as a subject matter expert of Red Hat Network Satellite and its associated technologies prior to his current role.
About Katie Kelley: Katie's background at Red Hat began in the Sales Organization. Her experience working with the initial Satellite Sales Specialist team lead her to her current role as the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Satellite. Prior to Red Hat, Katie managed her own business in the litigation support industry. She graduated from Elon University in 2003.

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