Your Red Hat account gives you access to your member profile and preferences, and the following services based on your customer status:
Not registered yet? Here are a few reasons why you should be:
- Browse Knowledgebase articles, manage support cases and subscriptions, download updates, and more from one place.
- View users in your organization, and edit their account information, preferences, and permissions.
- Manage your Red Hat certifications, view exam history, and download certification-related logos and documents.
Your Red Hat account gives you access to your member profile, preferences, and other services depending on your customer status.
For your security, if you're on a public computer and have finished using your Red Hat services, please be sure to log out.Log out
In addition to finding a few of us Red Hatters at the Ceph booth in the expo area, we've got a range of talks worked into the schedule:
Wednesday, August 20
- Why Standardization Is Critical for ARM in servers - Jon Masters
- You Know, for Kids! 7 Ideas for Improving Tech Education in Schools - Rikki Endsley
- Solving the Package Problem - Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier
- Managing, Storing, and Safeguarding Unstructured Data in a Cloudy, Regulated World Panel - Frank Karlitschek, ownCloud; Ric Wheeler, Red Hat; Moderated by Alex Williams The Cloud in 10,000 Words (or 10 Pictures) - Gordon Haff, Red Hat
Thursday, August 21
- Ceph, A Decade in the Making and Still Going Strong - Sage Weil, Red Hat
- How Docker Enablement Makes Linux Container Easy to Deploy on Enterprise Linux - Linda Wang, Red Hat
- Are We Running too Fast to the Public Cloud, Can Hybrid Help Us Run Faster? - Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier, Red Hat; Steven Vaughn-Nichols, ZDNet; Markus Rex, ownCloud; Moderated By Gordon Haff, Red Hat
- Empowering Your Corporate OSS Developers - Jono Bacon, XPRIZE; Karl Fogel; Leslie Hawthorn, Elasticsearch; Karsten Wade, Red Hat; Moderated by Guy Martin, Samsung
- Raspberry Pi Hacks and Projects - Ruth Suehle, Red Hat
- How Linux Distros Became Boring (and Fedora's Plan to Put Boring Where It Belongs) - Matthew Miller, Red Hat
Getting Recognition for Your Open Source Project/Product - Joseph Eckert, ownCloud; Rikki Endsley, Red Hat; Frank Karlitschek, ownCloud; Mike Maney, ManeyDigital; Moderated By Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier, Red Hat
OpenDaylight Performance - Daniel Farrell, Red Hat
- Atomic in Depth: A Look at Project Atomic for Managing Docker Containers - Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier, Red Hat
- Integrating oVirt and Foreman to Empower Your Data-Center - Yaniv Bronheim, Red Hat
Friday, August 22
- Storage Tiering and Erasure Coding in Ceph - Sam Just, Red Hat
- Virgil3D: Journey to a Virtio GPU - Dave Airlie, Red Hat
- kpatch: Have Your Security and Eat It Too! - Josh Poimboeuf, Red Hat
- Tux On Top: Open Source at the Top of the Rack - John W. Linville, Red Hat
- Linux and 3D Printing - Tom Callaway, Red Hat
Extend the Experience
In addition to the technical program and the expo, the LinuxCon schedule includes a bunch of fun onsite activities. Don't forget to pack your costume for Comic Book Hero Day (Thursday, August 21), and your running shoes for the 5k Fun Run (Friday, August 22). See you in Chicago!