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Where’s Red Hat This May?
May 1, 2008
by Events Team
From May 6-9, Red Hat will be in San Francisco, CA at the JavaOne conference in booth #734. Here, you can meet JBoss core developers and attend over 15 different presentations and live demos that will show you how to use JBoss technology to solve real-world problems.
Make plans to join us at our Enterprise Acceleration events around North America too. These events provide the opportunity to hear from Red Hat executives about how IT can enable you to transform your business. You’ll also learn how to move beyond legacy, client server and first-generation Java technology and how to do more with less. JBoss customers will also tell you about the success they’ve had in developing JBoss Enterprise Middleware.
Red Hat executives will also be delivering keynotes at several stops on the CIO Forum and Executive IT Summit this spring. During keynotes, our executives will discuss driving innovation and value across the enterprise with open source, and will draw on the needs of today’s CIOs to map the adoption of open source in the enterprise. Hear how Red Hat is helping customers realize better performance from development to deployment.
We’ll be at the following cities:
- May 1, 2008, Philadelphia
Keynote speaker: Iain Gray, Vice President, Global Support Services
- May 8, 2008, Chicago
Keynote speaker: Tom Rabon, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs
- May 15, 2008, Hartford
Keynote speaker: Katrinka McCallum, Vice President, Management Solutions Business Unit
- May, 28, 2008, Charlotte
Keynote speaker: Lee Congdon, CIO
Other North American events:
- May 1, 2008 JBoss Enterprise Acceleration Irvine, CA
- May 6, 2008 Virtualization: Getting from Pilot to Production Houston, TX
- May 6-9, 2008 JavaOne San Francisco, CA
- May 11-16, 2008 VA Infosec Las Vegas, NV
- May 12, 2008 JBoss Enterprise Acceleration Toronto, Ontario
- May 13, 2008 JBoss Enterprise Acceleration Montreal, Ontario
- May 14, 2008 JBoss Enterprise Acceleration Reston, VA
- May 15, 2008 North Carolina Research Campus keynote by Tom Rabon, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Kannapolis, NC
See more Red Hat North American events here.
- May 6, 2008 JBoss Tech Day, Rome, Italy
- May 13, 2008 JBoss Tech Day, Milan, Italy
- May 14, 2008 Open Source Forum 2008, London, UK
- May 21, 2008 JBoss Welcome, Wien, Austria
- May 28-31, 2008 LinuxTag, Berlin, Germany
See more on Red Hat EMEA events here.
For information on Red Hat’s APAC events here.
For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, visit here.