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Brian Stevens, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Red Hat, brought emerging technologies to the main stage in his Wednesday morning keynote. Stevens multi-part, video-laced talk touched on topics that ranged from development practices to services-based deployment, and quite a few things in between.
Today's keynote from Paul Cormier, Red Hat's president of products and technologies, opened with another reflection on history, and on the last decade of Red Hat Summits. "If I look back 10 years ago and look at this room, it was like a group meeting. Now look at us—everyone in this room, we're all lucky to be in the middle of this. This is a once-in-a-career opportunity," he said.
Red Hat CEO and President Jim Whitehurst kicked off the 2014 Red Hat Summit, celebrating 10 years of growth and innovation. Whitehurst addressed a crowded ballroom at Moscone Center South. "You are all part of our mission statement," he said.
Right off the heels of the first full day of DevNation, an open source developer conference co-located with Red Hat Summit, the middleware keynote brought a standing-room-only crowd of developers and Summit attendees.
We're excited to offer on-demand general sessions for those who weren't able to join us in San Francisco. Keynotes are available on-demand, so you can catch up on Red Hat Summit happenings at your leisure.