Where’s Red Hat this August?

August 5, 2010

by Events Team

August is shaping up to be a busy month for Red Hat events around the world. Here, you will find some of the highlighted events where you can find Red Hat this month. Don’t forget to sign up for more information for the 2010 Red Hat Road Tour, which kicks off in September! The free, half-day business seminars are coming to a city near you!

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Global

Calling all Red Hat Certified Engineers! Red Hat will host its first virtual RHCE Loopback, August 31. Please join us for this multi-presentation meet-up. For more information, click here.

Join Red Hat for the “Gain IT Efficiency with Better Systems Lifecycle Management from Red Hat” webinar, August 3 at 2:00 p.m. ET. The fourth in a series of four sessions, Chris Wells, senior product marketing manager for RHN Satellite, and Erik Jacobs, Red Hat solutions architect, will address key questions regarding systems lifecycle management. For more information and to register, click here.

Red Hat is sponsoring the InformationWeek Government Webcast, “Oracle on Red Hat: Secrets to Unmatched Scalability and Performance Revealed,” on August 12 at 2:00 p.m. ET. For more information and to register, click here.

Click here for a full list of Red Hat Webinars.

Looking for information about Red Hat Government Solutions? Click here.

Click here for a full calendar of Fedora events.

North America

Red Hat is a gold sponsor of the 2010 TASSCC Annual Conference, August 1-4, in Dallas, TX. Please be sure to stop by the Red Hat booth to learn more about our latest offerings for the public sector. For more information, click here.

Red Hat is sponsoring SHARE (IBM System z mainframe event), August 2-4 in Boston, MA. Be sure to visit us at booth 325, and attend the two speaking sessions by Brad Hinson, Red Hat System z solution architect, August 2 at 11:00 a.m., “Current and Future State of Red Hat Enterprise Linux,” and August 5 at 1:30 p.m., “Read-Only Root File System & Other Resource Sharing Techniques.” For more information and to register, click here.

David Egts, principal architect, will present at the Military Open Source Software (Mil-OSS) Working Group in Washington, D.C. August 2-5, 2010. For more information, click here.

Red Hat senior product marketing manager Andy Cathrow will provide a pre-game presentation August 3, 2010 to an audience outlining the latest updates, features, and benefits of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 2.2, prior to the Atlanta Braves Game. Following the presentation, Red Hat customers will be able to network with one another, as well as experts from the Red Hat team, while watching the Atlanta Braves take on the visiting New York Mets. For more information, click here.

Red Hat will be at booth number 1523 at Army LandWarNet 2010 in Tampa, FL, August 3-5, 2010. Speakers include GEN Keith B. Alexander, USA, Director, National Security Agency and LTG Jeffrey A. Sorenson, USA, Director, CIO/G-6, United States Army. For more information and to register, click here.

Red Hat is a gold sponsor of Sybase TechWave Symposium 2010, August 9-11 in Washington, D.C. For more information, click here.

Join Red Hat and Intel for lunch on August 12, 2010 at The Tower Club in Vienna, VA to learn how Red Hat and Intel can help you move from a RISC/UNIX environment to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. For more information and to register, click here.

Red Hat and Prosys, a Red Hat Advanced Business Partner, are gold sponsors of the CIO Executive Leadership Roundtable, August 20. Designed exclusively for CIOs, CTOs, and Senior IT leaders from the greater Atlanta area, Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon will participate in a CIO panel on Business Transformation Leadership. The event agenda may be accessed here.

Red Hat will be at booth number 204 at the Air Force Information Technology Conference (AFITC) in Montgomery, AL, August 30 – September 1, 2010. For more information, click here.

For more information on North American events, click here.

EMEA

The Fedora Project will be exhibiting at FrOSCon, August 21-22, 2010, Germany’s third largest free software event, which features technical talks on subjects such as KVM virtualization, Python, and GNOME, and meeting space for open source projects. A large team of Fedora Ambassadors will be present at FrOSCon to give out information about Fedora as well as free gear and Fedora software for attendees. For more information, click here.

For more information on Red Hat EMEA events, click here.

APAC

Max McLaren, Red Hat general manager of ANZ will deliver a keynote address at SPLASH in Sydney, Australia on August 10, 2010. SPLASH is a conference for Australian technology companies with an interest in building or integrating open source software. For more information, click here.

Red Hat will be presenting our vision for cloud computing and the fundamental differences between an open source and proprietary cloud solution at the IDC Cloud Computing Conference, August 24 in Auckland, New Zealand. For more information, click here.

Join Red Hat at IDC’s Cloud Computing Conference, August 26 in Sydney, Australia. Frank Feldman, director of business & technology solutions, Red Hat Asia Pacific/Japan will present “Cloud Foundations: Darwin is Right!” For more information on Red Hat’s APAC events, click here.

Latin America

The Red Hat Virtualization Tour & JBoss Roadshow will be held in seven cities throughout Brazil, August 3, 4, 5, 10, and 12. The events will be held in Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Fortaleza, Curitiba, and Porto Alegre, respectively. For more information, click here.

Michael Tiemann, vice president of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat, will be presenting his synthesis of open source principles with the teachings of Deming, Darwin, and the US Department of Defense so that information technology initiatives can improve rather than impair organizational capabilities. The presentation will take place August 19, 2010 at the School of Finance and Administration, Brazil. Tiemann has developed a specific theory as to how and why open source software can achieve higher quality than traditional proprietary software, and from this basis of quality, can achieve many other benefits as well: greater rates of innovation, interoperability, security, and lower rates of application and investment abandonment. For more information, click here.

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

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

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