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Where’s Red Hat This July?
July 7, 2009
by Events Team
With only 58 days left until Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, we’re in full planning mode at Red Hat. Don’t forget to check out the agenda for the co-located events at the Chicago Hilton Sept. 1-4. The Red Hat Summit agenda is available here and the JBoss World agenda can be viewed here. To register please click here and get in on early bird registration discounts through July 17.
Can’t wait until September to find Red Hat? Check out where we’ll be in July, below!
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Don’t forget to tune in to Red Hat’s Open Source Cloud Computing Forum on Wednesday, July 22, 2009. This day-long, global, virtual forum will foster discussion across a broad range of technical topics related to cloud computing, including: virtualization, security, management, open standards, hybrid public-private clouds, and data formats. The fast-paced agenda features Red Hat CTO, Brian Stevens, 12-14, 30-minutes sessions from industry and open source community cloud experts and time for on-line questions.
Red Hat will host an “Ecosystem Matters– Solaris versus Red Hat Enterprise Linux” webinar Wednesday, July 8. In this webinar, Red Hat will discuss the varying ecosystems of Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the impact of each, including how an ecosystem built on open source technology can offer solutions that solve real-world business challenges. To register, please click here.
On Wednesday, July 15, 2009 JBoss by Red Hat will host its fourth webinar in its JBoss Application Platforms Webinar Series entitled, “Getting More Mileage Out of Your Middleware: JBoss Performance Tuning Best Practices.” In this webinar, JBoss will provide tips and tricks to performance tune Java applications on the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. You can register for the webinar here. For more information about the JBoss Applications Platforms Webinars Series, please visit here.
Red Hat will be at O’Reilly OSCON in San Jose to be held July 20-24. Come listen to Richard Fontana, Open Source Licensing Counsel, as he delivers a presentation entitled, “Improving Legal Certainty in FOSS: Best Practices for Upstream Projects” on July 23 at 2:35 p.m. In addition, Red Hat’s Valerie Aurora, Senior Software Engineer, will present “Btrfs: A New Linux File System” on July 22 at 10:45 a.m. PT.
Red Hat is a Gold sponsor of the seventh annual BriForum on July 21-23 at the Hilton Chicago. BriForum provides attendees with the opportunity to learn more about application and desktop virtualization, server-based computing, application and VDI technologies. Come see Red Hat in booth #23 and listen to Daniel Walsh, Principal Software Engineer and Project Leader for SELinux speak about, “An Open Source Approach to Securing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure,” July 22 at 2:30 p.m.
Join us for Red Hat and IBM Executive Breakfast Series for executives in Palo Alto, Calif., July 29 and Dallas, Texas, July 30. At this breakfast, you’ll hear from our executive staff and solutions teams as we discuss today’s business challenges in a struggling economy while also managing already constrained resources. IBM and Red Hat will discuss the benefits of migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM platforms from Sun Solaris solutions that could have significant support challenges due to the recent acquisition. We’ll expand on…
• Freedom from hardware and software vendor lock-in
• Numerous features and support available at no extra charge with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
• How virtualization is included in your RHEL subscription and not an added costly option
• The viability of IBM hardware offerings vs Sun’s lost momentum
• Why IBM and Red Hat are the best partners for a safe migration during uncertain times
• Strategies to achieve dramatic TCO savings, attainable with Red Hat Enterprise Linux across IBM Systems
The Red Hat and IBM Executive Breakfast Series will take place July 29 in Palo Alto, Calif. and July 30 in Dallas, Texas. To register for the Palo Alto, Calif. event, click here.
To register for the Dallas, Texas event, click here.
For more information on North American events, click here.
For information on Red Hat EMEA events, click here.
Red Hat is hosting the Australian JBOSS Briefing Sessions July 28- July 30. At the sessions you will learn about Red Hat’s strategy for simple, standard & flexible Java solutions. Ross Hall, Architect for Suncorp Personal Insurance, will present a case study of how Suncorp is embarking on an open source journey, including the
implementation of JBoss Rules, the JBoss open source business rules engine for a personal insurance space.(Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney sessions only).
Series Dates in July:
July 28- Duxton Hotel, Perth
July 29, Christie Corporate, Brisbane
July 30, Hilton Hotel, Adelaide
For information and to register for any of these events, click here.
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For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, click here.
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