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Where’s Red Hat this July?
July 1, 2010
by Events Team
We just wrapped up a successful Red Hat Summit and JBoss World last month that saw record attendance levels. Not only did we have a great time learning and networking at the events, we also had the opportunity to recognize Red Hat’s partners, customers and contributors for their work in open source and the technology industry. Did you miss this year’s event? Don’t worry, you can download the presentations, watch the keynotes and read our blog at www.theredhatsummit.com. Be sure to check us out next year when the Red Hat Summit and JBoss World return to Boston, May 3-6, 2011! To get up-to-date information about next year’s Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, visit here.
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Red Hat is coming to a city near you! Join Red Hat for a free, half-day business seminar as Red Hat travels city-to-city this fall during our 2010 Road Tour to deliver, “Unlocking the value of the Cloud.” To learn more about the 2010 Road Tour and to sign up for more information, visit here.
Red Hat will host “Introduction to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Webinar Series #3: Get the Most Out of IT by Virtualizing with Red Hat” on July 13 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Speakers include Erik Jacobs, Red Hat solutions architect, and Fred Osborne, Red Hat virtualization specialist. To learn more and to register, visit here.
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Red Hat will be at booth 633 at Campus Technology 2010, July 19-22, 2010 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Be sure to stop by! To learn more and to register, visit here.
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Red Hat will host a Webinar: “Future of Cloud Computing with Open Source Tools” on July 7, 2010 in Australia and New Zealand. In this session, we will cover existing and emerging technologies, business challenges involved in implementing a cloud, the importance of bridging the interoperability challenges to integrate on-premise and external clouds, seamless application orchestration across public and private clouds, requirements and strategies for building a robust and scalable open cloud ecosystem, and addressing security concerns. At the end of the session Red Hat cloud experts and architects will be available for Q&A. For more information, visit here.
Red Hat is sponsoring the 2010 New Zealand CIO Summit, July 20-21, 2010. Come visit us to discuss how you can unlock the cloud with open source tools. For more information and to register, visit here. We’re also hosting an exclusive pre-event lunch for invited CIOs on July 19, 2010. Analysts from IDC and a Red Hat customer will be covering the emergence of open source as a platform for cloud computing. This event is by invitation only. Express an interest to email@example.com.
Red Hat will host the first session in a six-part JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Webinar Series on July 21, 2010. In this session, the JBoss Application Platform Management product team will present “One Size No Longer Fits All: An Overview and Road Map of JBoss Solutions for Java Applications.” For more information and to register, visit here.
Join us at CIO Summit 2010: The 21st Century CIO, July 22, 2010 in Sydney. Red Hat customer, Mark Corbould, Assistant Director-General Information Technology, National Library of Australia will be presenting a case study on the National Library of Australia’s use of open source software to develop online services and expose its collections to Australians and the world. This presentation will cover both the IT and organizational issues in developing such systems, managing the resulting services, and supporting staff and public users of these services. For more information, visit here.
Red Hat is sponsoring a roundtable discussion on virtualization and cloud computing at the FutureGov Forum Australia, July 26-27, 2010 in Canberra, Australia. For more information and to register, visit here.
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Jared Smith, the new Fedora Project Leader, will make his debut appearance at FUDCon Santiago in Chile, July 15-17, 2010. FUDCon is the Fedora Users and Developers Conference and includes a combination of sessions, talks, workshops and hackfests in which contributors work on specific initiatives. Topic include infrastructure, feature development, community building, general management and governance, marketing, testing and QA, packaging, and many others. Attendance is free and more information about FUDCon Santiago is available here.
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