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OpenInfra Summit is just around the corner, and it's the must-attend event for anyone interested in open source infrastructure technologies. From June 13-15, 2023, in Vancouver, Canada, you'll have the opportunity to network with industry experts and learn about the latest trends and best practices in OpenStack, Kubernetes and other open source infrastructure technologies.

One topic that's sure to be on everyone's minds is observability—and that's where Red Hat comes in. Red Hat observability is a suite of observability tools that provide visibility across the entire infrastructure stack. Red Hat observability helps organizations monitor, diagnose and troubleshoot their systems in real time, allowing them to quickly detect and resolve issues before they impact end users. Whether you're running containers, Kubernetes or OpenStack, Red Hat observability has you covered. During OpenInfra Summit, Red Hatters will be presenting two sessions that you won't want to miss. 

Cloud Native Observability for 5G & 6G (June 14 at 11:40 AM PDT in room 11) with Fatih Nar, Principal Advisor, Application Platform Solutions at Red Hat will showcase a well-designed solution for multicloud observability in depth using an open source approach. This solution provides real-time actionable information on each solution layer of the 5G/6G stack, enabling artificial intelligence operations (AIOps) to harness machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to lower the pain on operation teams.

OpenStack Observability Revamped (June 15 at 4:40 PM PDT in room 13) with Matthias Runge and Jamie Parker will delve into the latest advancements in observability for OpenStack. This session will cover how new Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projects like Prometheus, OpenMetrics and OpenTelemetry can help to overcome the limitations of the current OpenStack telemetry. Attendees will learn about the benefits of central log collection and how it can be integrated into the OpenStack ecosystem to improve observability.

These 2 presentations are the perfect opportunity to learn about the latest trends and best practices in open source infrastructure technologies—such as OpenStack, Kubernetes, and Ceph, while also hearing how Red Hat observability fits in. You'll have the chance to discover Red Hat observability, a powerful suite of observability tools that can help you monitor and troubleshoot your infrastructure in real time. 

So, mark your calendars and join Red Hatters for an exciting opportunity of learning and networking at the OpenInfra Summit in Vancouver.

About the author

Mina Karamercan is a Product Marketing Manager in the Hybrid Platforms Business Unit at Red Hat. She is a graduate of Tufts University, having completed both her undergraduate and graduate studies there. Mina's journey with Red Hat began as an intern that lead to a full-time role as a Product Marketing Manager in January 2022.

Mina specializes in promoting key products such as Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management, Red Hat Quay and Red Hat Observability. Her main focus is developing effective marketing strategies to increase product awareness and adoption. Mina is passionate about bridging the gap between technology and business and solving new world problems with innovative products.

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