For the past nine years, Red Hat has set up open source shop and hosted Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in various locations in the United States, and internationally.
Past locations include:
The 9th annual Red Hat Summit was held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston again this past June. At the event, Red Hat was able to connect more customers, partners, and contributors than ever before. The primary themes focused on open hybrid cloud and customer success while our product announcements highlighted OpenShift Online, Red Hat JBoss EAP 6.1, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.2, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure.
Check out highlights from the 2013 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.
The 2012 Red Hat Summit was held in the heart of Boston on Boylston Street at the Hynes Convention Center. The event brought together a record number of customers, partners, and contributors to bring Red Hat's ecosystem of innovation to life. Jim Whitehurst shared Red Hat's vision as the first billion dollar open source company, while Paul Cormier and Brian Stevens gave updates on Red Hat's expanding portfolio of enterprise solutions.
See highlights from the 2012 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.
Returning to the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, the seventh annual Red Hat Summit and JBoss World was a forum for sharing knowledge and best practices for platform, middleware, management, and virtualization solutions as well as the future of the open cloud. With a focus on interoperability and portability with our partners, a theme of "Mix Well" was felt throughout the 136 breakout sessions, keynotes, and campgrounds. We also demonstrated this commitment with our best "mixes" of open source solutions for maximum effect for our featured customers on our customer walkway. Red Hat also shared our cloud strategy with the community and announced two new cloud offerings: OpenShift and CloudForms.
See highlights from the 2011 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.
Red Hat took the party back to Boston in 2010, hosting both events at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, June 22 - 25, 2010. Highlights included visionary keynotes and product announcements from Jim Whitehurst, Paul Cormier, and Brian Stevens touting the importance of cloud computing and virtualization to meet the new demands placed on IT. The event off-site party was hosted at Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, followed by the ever-popular Red Hat Summit and JBoss World pub crawl.
See highlights from the 2010 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.
The Hilton Chicago was home to the fifth year of the Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, held September 1-4, 2009. It was the first time the two events were co-located. From the head of digital operations at DreamWorks, to the CIO of GEICO, and CTO of the New York Stock Exchange -- the keynote topics covered it all. Red Hat also announced the availability of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4, and a new open source cloud community project -- Deltacloud.
See highlights from the 2009 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.
Summer was in full force when Red Hat landed in Boston in June 2008 for the fourth-annual Red Hat Summit. Notable keynoters included: the CIO of Harvard Medical School, the co-executive producer and writer for The Simpsons, and the general manager of IBM. Red Hat announced the availability of Red Hat MRG, which delivers realtime capability and high-performance messaging. Also announced was Red Hat's initiative to advance open virtualization through an embedded Linux hypervisor, virtual infrastructure management, and security infrastructure.
See highlights from the 2008 Red Hat Summit.
Red Hat spent Valentine's Day in sunny Orlando for the 2008 JBoss World, where the event focused on enterprise-ready middleware advancements. Red Hat announced several community projects, as well as the release of JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform.
Red Hat took open source innovation to the west coast for the third-annual Red Hat Summit in May of 2007. During the event, Red Hat and IBM announced a worldwide Enterprise Linux-On-Mainframe Program, and Alan Dechert of the Open Voting Consortium keynoted on the importance of open voting systems in the future of US and worldwide elections.
See highlights from the 2007 Red Hat Summit.
JBoss World traveled internationally to Germany for the third year of the premier open source middleware events. From middleware and management advancements in open source, to SOA and security technologies — the 2007 JBoss World covered it all.
Shadowman donned cowboy boots and a hat when Red Hat went south for the 2006 Summit in Nashville. During the event, Red Hat announced its increased collaboration with the One Laptop Per Child initiative, as well as the launching of Mugshot and new testing tools and processes. Top keynotes included Cory Doctorow from the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Eben Moglen, founder of the Software Freedom Law Center.
See highlights from the 2006 Red Hat Summit.
The second-annual JBoss World took place in Las Vegas, and was the first time the event took place as part of the Red Hat family. During the event, JBoss unveiled it's open source enterprise management strategy, extended certification to software-as-a-service applications, and JBoss Seam 1.0.
Red Hat's first-annual Red Hat Summit kicked off with a bang in the city of New Orleans. Stellar keynoters from igrep, IBM, HP, and Magnatune spoke about the future open source would play in the enterprise. During the event, Red Hat called for intellectual property and patent policy reform and announced the availability of Red Hat Directory Server.
See highlights from the 2005 Red Hat Summit.
The inaugural JBoss World was held in Barcelona and was the first step for JBoss in becoming the premier open source middleware event and set the standard for the stellar open source experience attendees will experience at the 2010 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.