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Where’s Red Hat This June?
June 1, 2009
by Events Team
The summer solstice is closing in up in the Northern Hemisphere, but not before Red Hat turns the open source heat up around the world! We have an action-packed month ahead. Check out where you can catch Red Hat this June, and don’t forget to register for the annual Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in September!
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JBoss will host a “Mini-Theater” at its booth this year at JavaOne in San Francisco, June 2-5. Swing by booth #510 to hear JBoss experts discuss a variety of topics.
We’re hitting the road to visit a city near you for a JBoss and Dell lunch series. Rob Cardwell, VP Development, JBoss, will provide a 40-minute overview of the latest JBoss product updates as well as key points explaining why JBoss on Dell is a great combination. Visit us in the following cities:
June 10, Atlanta
June 16, Toronto
June 23, New York
June 25, Nashville
Red Hat’s Carl Trieloff, senior consulting engineer, will deliver a keynote at STAC Performance Summit on June 4 in New York. STAC meetings bring together the industry leaders who are building and using the latest low-latency, high-performance solutions.
JBoss will be exhibiting at the Gartner Portal Content & Collaboration Summit, June 8-10, in Orlando, FL. JBoss wil be located at booth K on the conference floor, and will be hosting a speaking session on Wednesday morning, 9:45- 10:00 a.m., entitled, “Open Source Portal- Way More Value than just Free Bits.” Register here.
Red Hat and the Fedora Project are sponsors of this year’s SouthEast LinuxFest being hosted at Clemson University on June 13. This is a community event for anyone who wants to learn more about Linux and free and open source software. Paul Frields, Fedora Project Leader, will deliver the keynote address.
Visit Red Hat at booth #501 at the HP Technology Forum & Expo in Las Vegas, June 15-18. This is the largest event for IT professionals using HP technologies. Customers and partners from around the world will gather to take an in-depth look at the newest IT solutions and emerging technologies.
JBoss is a silver sponsor at this year’s HP Software Universe, June 16-18, in Las Vegas, NV. JBoss will be located in booth #402 and will be hosting a 30-minute speaking session on the show floor Tuesday evening, 7:30-8:00 p.m.
Red Hat’s Carl Trieloff will deliver the keynote address at SIFMA Technology Management Conference & Exhibit in New York on Wednesday, June 24 at 8:00 a.m. Hear Carl discuss building financial use cases directly into messaging software for better performance and productivity.
Check out all of the North America events in June:
June 11, US Census Bureau IT Security Conference & Expo, Suitland, MD
June 16, Symantec Government Symposium, Washington, D.C.
June 17-19, Open Source Bridge, Portland, OR
June 18, NRO/CTO Innovations Showcase, Chantilly, VA
June 23, Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON), Washington, D.C.
June 28- July 1, NECC 2009 – National Educational Computing Conference, Washington, D.C.
For more information on North American events, visit here.
FUDCon Berlin 2009 will be held in conjunction with LinuxTag June 24-27. FUDCon Berlin is the largest Fedora specific conference event in Europe this year, with presenters from across the continent and the United States.
Check out other events in EMEA this June:
June 2-3, SAP World Tour 09 à Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, France
June 8, SAP World Tour 2009 in Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
June 9, Open Source Day Italy, Rome, Italy
June 9, Red Hat Tech Happy Hour, Paris, France
June 11, Carve out Costs with Red Hat, Paris, France
June 16, Open Source Forum, London, UK
FUDCon for Latin America will be held June 24-27 in Porto Alegre, Brazil in conjunction with FISL. It will feature hackfests to work on specific Fedora features and community initiatives, a BarCamp “unconference” with demonstrations and presentations of technologies and techniques, and speakers from around LATAM and the United States, including Red Hat’s vice president of Open Source Affairs, Michael Tiemann. Red Hat will present on global open source policy status and progress, including the Open Source Index with a focus on Brazil.
Other LATAM events in June include:
June 3, Dell Colección 2009, Casa Piedra, Santiago de Chile
June 4, Red Hat Road Show Colombia 2009, Bogotá, Colombia
June 23, Red Hat Road Show Chile 2009, Santiago de Chile
For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, visit here.
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