Where’s Red Hat This July?

July 2, 2008

by Events Team

North America

The VA Information Technology Connection 2008 (VA ITC) will take place from July 7-10 in National Harbor, Maryland. Come learn how Red Hat serves the government sector with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions, including the JBoss Enterprise Middleware suite. VA ITC 2008 highlights the establishment of a single Information Technology (IT) authority and the consolidation of multiple IT operational and development activities. This event supports the VA strategic initiative for IT and advances the realization of “One VA” from an IT perspective. Be a part of this unique and dynamic forum that encourages interaction between developers of applications, systems architects, users, security experts, other field operations support and associated business partners. Make sure to stop by and visit us at Booth #700 to see how Red Hat solutions can help your agency.

Save the Date:

The Red Hat Government Users & Developers Conference provides a forum for innovations and trends in open source technology, giving you the opportunity to hear stories from Red Hat customers and learn about our direction for the future.

When: October 7, 2008
Where: Ronald Reagan Building, Washington D.C.

For more information on Government events, please visit here.

For more information on North American events, visit here.

Greg DeKoenigsberg, senior community architect, will be presenting at the Palmetto Open Source Software Conference on July 30 in Columbia, SC. His presentation “Creating Value Through the Open Source Development Model,” will focus on how to utilize the open source development model to more effectively achieve goals.

The Fedora Team will be at the following events this July:

To view international Fedora events, please visit here.

EMEA

See more EMEA events here.

APAC

For information on Red Hat’s APAC events, visit here.

Latin America

For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, visit here.

Interested in speaking to Red Hat at or about one of these events? Email press@redhat.com.

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