Call for proposals for Red Hat Summit is now open!

Red Hat Summit brings together thousands of customers, partners and open source industry leaders from around the world for a week of innovation, education and collaboration. Now is your chance to share your ideas and insights through a presentation! From now until January 11, you can submit a proposal for a session or sessions you’d like to present at the 2016 Red Hat Summit.

Presenters can submit ideas for the following session types: a 50-minute slide presentation, a moderated 50-minute panel, an informal 60-minute “birds of a feather” conversation with audience members, or a two-hour hands-on learning lab covering a specific technical topic. Proposal decisions will be made on February 25.

The 12th annual Red Hat Summit will take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from June 28 – July 1, 2016. The event is expected to feature 200+ breakout sessions, instructor-led and self-paced hands on labs, keynotes from industry thought leaders, 90+ technology partners, and numerous networking opportunities to connect with your peers. Red Hat Summit is a chance for Red Hat and technology industry visionaries to unveil their views on the future of enterprise technology and explore how open source software is transforming everything from cloud and Linux containers to mobile, big data, the Internet of Things, and more. Conference registration will open in early 2016.

Make sure to check out the submission guide for tips on developing your proposal and for more details on the selection process. We look forward to seeing your ideas!

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