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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Drum Roll
March 16, 2012
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
The run-up to Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2012, scheduled for June 26-29, kicked into high gear this week with the posting of the agenda. With dozens of Enterprise Linux sessions spread over multiple tracks, Red Hat Summit provides the #1 opportunity for open source and Linux users, developers and advocates to learn about the latest open source technology developments directly from Red Hat’s engineers, see the latest versions, and get advanced peeks at future versions.
Registrations are coming in from every corner of the IT industry, from existing and prospective customers and partners to other Linux providers who need to learn about the latest features for integration into their own products.
This year, Red Hat Summit is particularly special for Red Hat Enterprise Linux because it coincides with the 10 year anniversary of its first release. In a short decade, Red Hat has taken an operating system once dismissed as "hype du jour" to being a market leader at a time when computing has exploded into every part of our lives. Be sure to join us in Boston because we intend to celebrate! Party plans will be announced nearer the time, so stay tuned. And in the coming weeks as we approach the milestone 10th anniversary of Red Hat Enterprise Linux – officially May 15 – we’ll use this blog to count down to that milestone with a different Enterprise Linux-focused post each week.
But once the partying is over, it’s on to the next decade, and Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2012 will provide a clear opportunity to see several future directions for Enterprise Linux technologies. Whether it’s the cloud market, the unstructured data market, or the Unix market, attendees will learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux can help drive their strategy.
And in the interests of full disclosure, don't forget that Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2012 will showcase many other areas of Red Hat’s leadership, including middleware, storage and virtualization. We’re getting excited for Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, and hope you’ll be there with us to hear about next-generation IT!
For more information, or to register for Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2012, visit www.redhat.com/summit.