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A little over a month ago, 5,600 open source enthusiasts descended upon the Moscone Center in San Francisco for Red Hat Summit 2016. The four-day event brought together Red Hat customers, partners, community members, and contributors for a week of discussions around the power of open source.
In the midst of news, there was amazing content spanning keynotes, breakout sessions, and a wedding (you read that correctly).
Here’s a recap of some of the biggest moments of Red Hat Summit 2016, told by tweets throughout the week:
Cormier: Open source is the standard #RHSummit <- IDC customer surveys confirm that for cloud initiatives— Larry Carvalho (@robustcloud) June 29, 2016
Bottom line of Paul Cormier’s Keynote: Red Hat’s offer is productization of entire open source lifecycle, from dev to deployment #RHSummit— Dan Woods (@danwoodsearly) June 29, 2016
Red Hat teams rock a live full participation real time app demos & real time deploys: way to go for a Keynote! #RHSummit -Making it Real!— Steven Willmott (@njyx) June 29, 2016
NASA JPL Chief "Toy Officer" talking about innovation. If this doesn't amp you up to get tinkering, I don't know what will. #RHSummit— David Sirrine (@dsirrine) June 30, 2016
Visit our Red Hat Summit 2016 recap page to find presentations, interviews, blog posts, photos, and videos of the 2016 event. And don’t forget to mark your calendar for Red Hat Summit 2017 in Boston, May 2-5!