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Platform-as-a-Service: App development & deployment

Daily Pod 14 Pod 15 Pod 16 Pod 17 Pod 18 Pod 19
Partner Pavilion hours OpenShift Online OpenShift Enterprise Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform xPaaS Red Hat JBoss Data Grid Migrate to JBoss EAP with Windup

Integration & process automation

Daily Pod 20 Pod 21 Pod 22 Pod 23
Partner Pavilion hours Become an agile business (BPM/BRMS) Connect the Internet of things Simplify and Integrate Everywhere Gain Big Advantage from All Data

Red Hat Services & Performance Engineering

Daily Pod 24 Pod 25 Pod 26
Partner Pavilion hours Performance optimization and tuning tools in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Training Red Hat Consulting

Welcome reception and dinner at the Old Mint

To kick off the inaugural event, join us at one of San Francisco’s most historical landmarks, the Old Mint.

At the reception, we’ll be live streaming the opening general session of the 2014 Red Hat Summit. During dinner, joined by Ben Papapietro, we’ll sample a wine selection from Papapietro Perry Winery, along with beer from San Francisco’s Magnolia Brewery.

Linux Containers and Application Isolation

Daniel Walsh, Senior principal software engineer, Red Hat

The Linux container technology in Red Hat Enterprise Linux now combines resource management, process isolation, and file system separation. Docker uses the Linux container capabilities to provide standardization, ease of use, and portability.

See a demo of how to set up multiple containers, deploying an assortment of workloads, and measuring the performance impact of running them at the same time.

Pod #1

5:00 – 6:30 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installer

David Cantrell, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Paul Frields, Engineering manager, Red Hat

The installer for Red Hat Enterprise Linux is changing to dramatically improve the installation experience.

See a demo of a few installation scenarios to learn about the more streamlined and responsive installer, which guides new users quickly through typical set-up steps.

Pod #2

5:00 – 6:30 pm

New system startup and management utility for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ben Breard, Solution architect, Red Hat

A new system management featured called systemd can help you better manage your servers with improved boot times, simplified syntax, and backwards compatibility with existing initialization scripts.

See a demo of custom script migration to help you get familiar with new systemd utilities and commands.

Pod #3

5:00 – 6:30 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Storage Management

Tom Coughlan, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Red Hat Enterprise Linux storage management technologies such as System Storage Manager and libStorageMgmt bring forth ease of use advancements in storage management and dramatically improve the user experience. This demonstration will highlight the advantages of these new technologies through the execution of typical storage management tasks.

Pod #1

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Server Management Using OpenLMI

Russ Doty, Technology product manager, Red Hat
Stephen Gallagher, Principal software engineer, Red Hat

OpenLMI provides a standardized remote API for system management that allows you to provision, configure and monitor key subsystems of Red Hat Enterprise Linux like storage, networks, users, and system services. It also allows you to install and update software. See a demo of how how OpenLMI is used to configure and manage multiple remote systems. You’ll learn how to:

  • Determine system and hardware configurations.
  • Configure complex storage, including RAID and volume management.
  • Configure networks with multiple NICs
  • Remotely install software on the system
  • Manage system services
  • Automate complex management tasks

Pod #1

12:00 – 2:00 pm

Red Hat Developer Toolset

Matt Newsome, Senior manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

The Red Hat Developer Toolset helps Red Hat Enterprise Linux developers create, tune, and maintain powerful applications.

See a demo of how a C++11 multi-threaded application is built, debugged, and analyzed using gcc-4.8, SystemTap, and other tools within the latest Eclipse Integrated Development Environment.

Easy deployment of applications to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift by Red Hat will also be demonstrated using the same development environment.

Pod #2

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Linux Containers and Application Isolation

Daniel Walsh, Senior principal software engineer, Red Hat

The Linux container technology in Red Hat Enterprise Linux now combines resource management, process isolation, and file system separation. Docker uses the Linux container capabilities to provide standardization, ease of use, and portability.

See a demo of how to set up multiple containers, deploying an assortment of workloads, and measuring the performance impact of running them at the same time.

Pod #2

12:00 – 2:00 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking Updates

Rashid Khan, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Thomas Graf, Principal software engineer, technical leader, Red Hat

Learn about the new network manager, virtual switch, and team driver features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

  • Network manager – See the new virtualization and enterprise capabilities of network manager. Using command-line tools and the graphical interface, you'll explore new ways to configure the server for advanced networking features.
  • Virtual switch – Learn about Open vSwitch technology for massive network automation. See how to install, set up, and create a tunnel between VMs. You’ll also see a scalability demo using an infrastructure with multiple VMs running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack platform.
  • Team driver – Learn about this new networking driver for large, high-availability networks. See a demo of how to set up and use network link aggregation. You’ll also learn how to gather status and statistics, and to add network interface cards as aggregated team ports.

Pod #3

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Security compliance by OpenSCAP

Shawn Wells, Project develoiper, SCAP Security Guide, Red Hat

Security compliance is the conformance to security requirements usually defined by industry standards, such as USGCB, DISA STIG, PCI DSS, or by an organization’s customized policies.

See a demo of the tools and workflow—such as customized security checklists, scans of local and remote systems, and pre-configured system images or appliances—that are available to help you achieve compliance in your environment.

Pod #2

Pod #3

12:00 – 2:00 pm

Exploring upgrade options for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ondrej Vasik, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Upgrading from one major version of operating system to another is not an easy task.

See a demo of a pre-upgrade assistant tool that warns your system administrator about possible upgrade incompatibilities. You’ll see how the tool’s output can help with an upgrade to the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

5:30 – 6:30 pm

Linux Containers and Application Isolation

Daniel Walsh, Senior principal software engineer, Red Hat

The Linux container technology in Red Hat Enterprise Linux now combines resource management, process isolation, and file system separation. Docker uses the Linux container capabilities to provide standardization, ease of use, and portability.

See a demo of how to set up multiple containers, deploying an assortment of workloads, and measuring the performance impact of running them at the same time.

Pod #1

6:30 – 7:30 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux GNOME Classic

Alexander Larsson, Principal software engineer, Red Hat 
Matthias Clasen, Supervisor, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Based on the powerful GNOME 3 platform, the upcoming desktop interface for Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a path forward to transition from the typical enterprise desktop of the past. We will demonstrate how this redesigned interface, with its expanded capabilities, will fit into your enterprise environment.

Pod #2

5:30 – 7:30 pm

New system startup and management utility for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ben Breard, Solution architect, Red Hat

A new system management featured called systemd can help you better manage your servers with improved boot times, simplified syntax, and backwards compatibility with existing initialization scripts.

See a demo of custom script migration to help you get familiar with new systemd utilities and commands.

Pod #3

5:30 – 6:30 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installer

David Cantrell, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Paul Frields, Engineering manager, Red Hat

The installer for Red Hat Enterprise Linux is changing to dramatically improve the installation experience.

See a demo of a few installation scenarios to learn about the more streamlined and responsive installer, which guides new users quickly through typical set-up steps.

Pod #3

6:30 – 7:30 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux GNOME Classic

Alexander Larsson, Principal software engineer, Red Hat 
Matthias Clasen, Supervisor, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Based on the powerful GNOME 3 platform, the upcoming desktop interface for Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a path forward to transition from the typical enterprise desktop of the past. We will demonstrate how this redesigned interface, with its expanded capabilities, will fit into your enterprise environment.

Pod #1

10:00 – 11:00 am

Maximize availability with dynamic kernel updates in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta

Subhendu Ghosh, Principal Product Manager, Red Hat

Description - Organizations around the world are looking for ways to provide 24×7 access to their applications, resources, or services. Dynamic kernel updates provide the ability to patch the kernel while the system is running to minimize—or potentially eliminate—downtime. This demonstration will show how to review, apply, and remove patches to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 beta.

Pod #1

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Server Management Using OpenLMI

Russ Doty, Technology product manager, Red Hat
Stephen Gallagher, Principal software engineer, Red Hat

OpenLMI provides a standardized remote API for system management that allows you to provision, configure and monitor key subsystems of Red Hat Enterprise Linux like storage, networks, users, and system services. It also allows you to install and update software. See a demo of how how OpenLMI is used to configure and manage multiple remote systems. You’ll learn how to:

  • Determine system and hardware configurations.
  • Configure complex storage, including RAID and volume management.
  • Configure networks with multiple NICs
  • Remotely install software on the system
  • Manage system services
  • Automate complex management tasks

Pod #1

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Red Hat Developer Toolset

Matt Newsome, Senior manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

The Red Hat Developer Toolset helps Red Hat Enterprise Linux developers create, tune, and maintain powerful applications.

See a demo of how a C++11 multi-threaded application is built, debugged, and analyzed using gcc-4.8, SystemTap, and other tools within the latest Eclipse Integrated Development Environment.

Easy deployment of applications to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift by Red Hat will also be demonstrated using the same development environment.

Pod #1

1:00 - 2:00 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installer

David Cantrell, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Paul Frields, Engineering manager, Red Hat

The installer for Red Hat Enterprise Linux is changing to dramatically improve the installation experience.

See a demo of a few installation scenarios to learn about the more streamlined and responsive installer, which guides new users quickly through typical set-up steps.

Pod #2

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Security compliance by OpenSCAP

Shawn Wells, Project developer, SCAP Security Guide, Red Hat

Security compliance is the conformance to security requirements usually defined by industry standards, such as USGCB, DISA STIG, PCI DSS, or by an organization’s customized policies.

See a demo of the tools and workflow—such as customized security checklists, scans of local and remote systems, and pre-configured system images or appliances—that are available to help you achieve compliance in your environment.

Pod #2

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Storage Management

Tom Coughlan, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Red Hat Enterprise Linux storage management technologies such as System Storage Manager and libStorageMgmt bring forth ease of use advancements in storage management and dramatically improve the user experience. This demonstration will highlight the advantages of these new technologies through the execution of typical storage management tasks.

Pod #2

1:00 – 2:00 pm

New system startup and management utility for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ben Breard, Solution architect, Red Hat

A new system management featured called systemd can help you better manage your servers with improved boot times, simplified syntax, and backwards compatibility with existing initialization scripts.

See a demo of custom script migration to help you get familiar with new systemd utilities and commands.

Pod #3

10:00 – 11:00 am

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking Updates

Rashid Khan, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Thomas Graf, Principal software engineer, technical leader, Red Hat

Learn about the new network manager, virtual switch, and team driver features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

  • Network manager – See the new virtualization and enterprise capabilities of network manager. Using command-line tools and the graphical interface, you'll explore new ways to configure the server for advanced networking features.
  • Virtual switch – Learn about Open vSwitch technology for massive network automation. See how to install, set up, and create a tunnel between VMs. You’ll also see a scalability demo using an infrastructure with multiple VMs running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack platform.
  • Team driver – Learn about this new networking driver for large, high-availability networks. See a demo of how to set up and use network link aggregation. You’ll also learn how to gather status and statistics, and to add network interface cards as aggregated team ports.

Pod #3

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Exploring upgrade options for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ondrej Vasik, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat

Upgrading from one major version of operating system to another is not an easy task.

See a demo of a pre-upgrade assistant tool that warns your system administrator about possible upgrade incompatibilities. You’ll see how the tool’s output can help with an upgrade to the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Pod #3

12:00 – 2:00 pm

Identity management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Dmitri Pal, Senior engineering manager, Red Hat
Mark Heslin, Principal engineer, Red Hat

See a demo of new identity management features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and ways to use them. Specifically, you will see:

  • New features of Red Hat Identity Management
  • Using centrally managed identities and authentication in web applications
  • How easy it is to join Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems into Active Directory (realmd, SSSD) and create IdM cross-realm trust.
  • The end-to-end two-factor one-time password (OTP)-based authentication and centralized management of identities.

Pod #4

Manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Red Hat Satellite

Be ready to use Red Hat Satellite 5.6 to manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 when it becomes available. Red Hat Satellite 5.6 has advanced capabilities like system provisioning, life-cycle management, and server configuration management. See a demo of the latest Red Hat Satellite 5.6 enhancements and learn how to rapidly scale and manage your physical and virtual Red Hat Enterprise Linux infrastructure with:

  • Improved reporting and troubleshooting tools.
  • Increased flexibility and scaling.
  • Improved system availability with Red Hat Satellite server online (or “hot”) backups.
  • Enhanced content control and synchronization.

Pod #5

Red Hat Storage

See how using Red hat Storage, you could:

  • Bridge your enterprise data into the cloud with no friction
  • Deliver unsurpassed data portability and availability on the public cloud
  • Provide a converged compute and storage platform in the cloud

Pod #6

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Preview

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 gives IT organizations the stable operating system they need to take on today's biggest challenges, like datacenter virtualization and cloud.
  • I.T. leaders need the flexibility to adapt to future business demands, such as big data and DevOps deployments, while keeping your data and systems secure with mission-critical reliability and military-grade security.
  • 90% of Fortune 500 companies trust Red Hat Enterprise Linux for their critical business infrastructure.
  • Red Hat gives its customers the:
    • stability to take on today's challenges in datacenter virtualization and cloud.
    • flexibility to adapt to future business demands like big data and DevOps
    • mission-critical reliability and military-grade security.

Pod #7

RHEL & RHEV

Red Hat Enterprise Linux® has been delivering performance levels that IT organizations trust and rely on for more than 10 years. In the same way, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, powered by the people who brought you enterprise Linux, takes you beyond bare metal to meet your critical virtualization demands for today and the future.

The combined solution of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization enables organization to virtualize mission-critical applications while delivering unparalleled performance, scalability, and security features.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization is a natural choice for virtualized Linux workloads
  • No hypervisor modifications are needed to make virtualization work with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
  • Certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux hardware is extended to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
  • Take complexity and application processing latency out of your implementation
  • Go beyond bare metal, and virtualize more CPU-intensive workloads on fewer servers

Pod #8

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

This demo will showcase Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization integration with OpenStack.

  • Glance Integration allows RHEV users to consume, export and share images with Glance. These images are exposed as RHEV Templates.
  • Cloud-Init Integration facilitates provisioning of virtual machines by enabling RHEV to perform initial setup (including networking, SSH keys, timezone, user data injection, and more) of guest instances configured with cloud-init.

Demo pods 9-13

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform

In this demo, you will see:

  • General overview of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
  • Heat templates

Demo pods 9-13

Next-generation systems management with Red Hat Satellite 6

Red Hat Satellite 6 has been designed to deliver enterprise class systems management tailored to the realities of the modern IT ecosystem. Satellite 6 represents a completely fresh approach to provisioning and managing systems, with new capabilities that span across subscription services, content, provisioning, configuration, automation, integration and lifecycle operations.

What's Unique about Satellite 6:

  • Amplified the value of one-off open source solutions, including The Foreman, Puppet and more
  • Provides systems management 'at scale', providing capabilities at increasing orders of magnitude
  • Abstracts resources while maintaining compliance, just-in-time workloads, governance-driven placement across hybrid clouds
  • Provides IT with the right tools and meeting demands such as self-service, flexible lifecycle, service catalogs & more
  • Handles complexity in a more refined manner across user roles, system definitions, and 'as a service' capabilities

Demo pods 9-13

Red Hat CloudForms

This demo will showcase features of Red Hat CloudForms including:

  • Self-Service Provisioning
  • Workload management
  • Chargeback/showback
  • Show deploying N-tier services vs simple Vms
  • Public cloud bursting/flexing to Amazon

Demo pods 9-13

Red Hat Storage Server

Red Hat Storage Server offers Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform an open, software-defined and distributed storage foundation that provides a massively scalable and highly available storage platform and native compatibility with OpenStack storage interfaces.

This demo will show Red Hat Storage 2.1 Update2 providing Cinder and Glance storage for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 infrastructure.

Demo pods 9-13

OpenShift Online

See how fast, flexible, and simple it is to deploy and host your application in the public cloud with OpenShift Online. We'll walk you through how to provision an app using your favorite programming language, framework and runtime. Then we'll show you how to make a code change and do a git push. Get insights into the most popular tips on using OpenShift - like what cartridges are available, how to take advantage of scaling, ssh, and more. See how OpenShift Online can reduce operational complexities for developers so you can focus on your code.

Pod #14

OpenShift Enterprise

Deliver apps faster and meet your enterprise's growing application demands. With OpenShift Enterprise, you can improve developer productivity, increase operational efficiency, and expand your hardware utilization.

  • Operations & administrators: We'll show you how the installation of OpenShift Enterprise is configurable such that the Enterprise Architecture or IT Operations team can control what features are implemented within the PaaS, what level of security is used, and to what tools users can get access.
  • Developers: See how quickly you're able to deploy your app without the usual headaches of managing infrastructure needs.

Pod #15

Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform

Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is our cloud-ready, market-leading enterprise platform for next-generation, highly transactional enterprise Java applications. JBoss EAP 6.3 will make it even easier to build, deploy and host your Java applications and will feature improvements to the user experience and domain mode functionality. Wondering what else to expect in EAP 6.3? Drop by our booth to be one of the first to preview upcoming features and learn what's planned for the EAP 6.3 release!

Pod #16

xPaaS

Today’s business-critical enterprise applications often require complex processes and data from many sources across disparate on-premise, cloud, and hybrid cloud infrastructures. Enterprises need an easier, more unified approach to higher-level integration, business process automation, and mobile services than what is currently available from Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) providers.

Red Hat® JBoss® xPaaS services for OpenShift bring integration, business process automation, and mobile application services to Enterprise PaaS. This allows development and deployment of modern enterprise applications in the cloud. Your organization can look forward to greater IT agility and competitiveness.

Pod #17

Red Hat JBoss Data Grid

Red Hat JBoss Data Grid gives you a straightforward way to accelerate your application's performance and provide elastic scale. And with cross-datacenter replication, you can also meet the performance requirements of your global applications. See how to optimize your grid for application performance and disaster recovery with a cross-datacenter demonstration of JBoss Data Grid. We'll show you two types of replication - synchronous and asynchronous to demonstrate different aspects of client performance and disaster recovery.

Pod #18

Migrate to JBoss EAP with Windup

The Windup tool helps simplify Java application migrations by analyzing application artifacts and producing an HTML report highlighting areas that require changes. See Windup in action and discuss best practices for migrating to Red Hat JBoss EAP. Learn more at windup.jboss.org

Pod #19

Become an agile business (BPM/BRMS)

This demo will focus on JBoss BPM Suite and feature rule and process authoring, deployment, simulation, execution, and business activity monitoring (BAM).

Pod #20

Connect the Internet of things

See how JBoss Fuse and JBoss Fuse Service Works help with integrating distributed applications with other enterprise systems.

  • JBoss A-MQ connects and aggregates data generated by IOT devices and applications
  • Data can be integrated within the enterprise using JBoss Fuse
  • Data can be analyzed using data virtualization.

Pod #21

Simplify and Integrate Everywhere

See how JBoss Fuse and JBoss Fuse Service Works help with integrating distributed applications with other enterprise systems.

Pod #22

Gain Big Advantage from All Data

This demo showcases JBoss Data Virtualization and Hadoop integration with enterprise data.

Pod #23

Performance optimization and tuning tools in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Well-tuned production systems are critical to your success. See a demo of Red Hat Enterprise Linux tuning and measurement tools such as numad, Thermostat, and Performance Co-pilot. You’ll learn how to improve your system performance by adjusting multiple parameters or using predefined tuning profiles.

Pod #24

Red Hat Training

Demo details coming soon.

Pod #25

Red Hat Consulting

Demo details coming soon.

Pod #26

Red Hat Hyperscale

Jon Masters, Chief ARM architect, Red Hat
Brendan Conoboy, Senior software engineer, Red Hat

Red Hat is a thought leader in hyperscale computing, focusing on the future of system scalability. See a demo of how Red Hat technologies can scale across different hardware architectures.

Pod #28

Give your big data solutions a head start with Red Hat

Greg Kleiman, Director, Product marketing, Red Hat

Big Data challenges the status quo of traditional approaches to solving technological problems. It can force enterprises to take a new look at the way they interact with their data. Visit our demonstrations to see:

  • How Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization can give analytic users a common view of sentiment data from Hadoop and merchandise sales data from MySQL.
  • How big data scientists can run both traditional Python analytics and Hadoop MapReduce against the same data set using the Red Hat Storage Hadoop plug-in.
  • How OpenStack Savanna can quickly provision large Hadoop clusters in a cloud infrastructure, run MapReduce jobs, and display the results.

Pod #29

Mobile

Extend your existing apps, or build new apps for mobile devices.  See how Mobile Hybrid Tools in Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio and the JBoss Aerogear community project you can deliver cool mobile features like Push Notification.

Pod #30

Project Atomic Controller - A minimal Docker container host

This demonstration will show an overview of using Project Atomic to implement Container Controller: a minimalist operating system variant fine tuned to run Docker containers, and featuring fully atomic upgrades.

Pod #31

Monday, 4/14, 5:30pm
Tuesday, 4/16, 6:30pm

Next Generation Container Management

Easily manage, deploy, and wire Docker containers, highlighting the power and flexibility of Docker technology. We will demonstrate next-generation concepts around managing and deploying containers, including a sneak preview of tools that will allow simple container management across a cluster of hosts and form the basis for future versions of OpenShift.

Pod #31

Tuesday, 4/15, 10:30am
Wednesday, 4/16, 11:30am

Accelerating MongoDB with Docker Containers

Demonstrate a MongoDB cluster running inside Docker containers.

Pod #31

Available during Partner Pavilion hours

Hands-on: Docker Technology on OpenShift

Come see how OpenShift is using Docker technology to deliver web console and API.

Pod #31

Available during Partner Pavilion hours

Fedora Host Running Docker Containers

This demonstration will show how to run containers on Fedora 20. Stop by and see how Red Hat works with the upstream Fedora community to ensure Docker technology readiness.

Pod #31

Available during Partner Pavilion hours

CentOS 7 beta Host running Docker Containers and Atomic Controller

This demonstration will show how to run containers and Atomic Controller on the upcoming CentOS 7. Stop by and see how Red Hat works with CentOS and the community to ensure Docker technology and Atomic Controller readiness.

Pod #31

Available all open times

SDN/NFV

Demo details coming soon.

Pod #32