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The call for proposals is now open for Red Hat Summit 2021 – a three-part experience that includes two virtual components in the spring and summer and a series of in-person events later in the year! We’re inviting our partners, customers, collaborators and community members to submit their proposals for their chance to showcase unique tech perspectives among thousands of open source enthusiasts.
Though Red Hat Summit has evolved throughout its 17-year run, one thing remains true–it is a must-attend technology event that brings together IT leaders to experience the latest open source innovations and foster collaboration to help solve their business problems.
The multi-part experience will include a range of virtual technical and business sessions. Red Hat is currently accepting submissions for 30-minute breakout sessions in the following categories:
Hybrid cloud infrastructure
IT automation & management
We’re looking for the best virtual sessions to support our open, authentic, collaborative identity within the tech industry through diverse stories and perspectives. The deadline to submit a speaking proposal is Nov. 30, 2020 has been extended to Dec. 7, 2020. Selected speaker notifications and attendee registration will both be available in early 2021. Start your submission on the Red Hat Summit page.