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Hi folks, in this post I wanted to share with you some of the cool activities we have happening next week at the Red Hat Summit in San Francisco. For virtualization there’s a ton of things going on - to say that we are ‘RHV’ed up is an understatement! (sorry, @RedHatRex wrote that joke…) Here’s a short video that will get you goin on RHV:
5 Reasons Intermountain Healthcare Chooses Red Hat Virtualization
RHV @ Summit
First, let’s take a look at the exhibit area for the Summit. We’ll be in Moscone West as will be all the other sponsors. RHV demo areas (there are two) will be in the IT Optimization pod of the Red Hat section of the floor. Stop on by; take in a demo; speak with a RHV R&D Engineer or Program Manager. By the way we have swag to hand out, too! First come first serve...
In addition to Red Hat’s booth, you should also check out Cisco’s booth at the show. There they will be showcasing RHV and their recently announced ACI integration. It’s cool work, especially for network oriented folks.
Second, like every year, a ton of learning opportunities exist in the technical speaking sessions and labs. You will find 10 or so sessions focused on RHV and virtualization in general. Here’s the list, sorted by day:
Automating your Red Hat Virtualization Environment with Red Hat CloudForms and Red Hat Ansible Engine (Breakout session) Jon Benedict, Red Hat; Moran Goldboim, Red Hat
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM | Room 2006 | Moscone West
Red Hat Virtualization roadmap: The next generation of IT (Breakout session) Rob Young, Red Hat; Yaniv Kaul, Red Hat
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM | Room 2001 | Moscone West
Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Your open hyperconverged solution (Breakout session) Doron Fediuck, Red Hat; Sean Murphy, Red Hat; Zahid Ilkal, Commvault; Louis Imershein, Red Hat
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM | Room 2003 | Moscone West
Mission-critical Red Hat Virtualization operations and evolution in BBVA (Breakout session) Francisco García de la Torre, Red Hat; Enrique García, Red Hat; José María Ruesta, BBVA
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM | Room 2020 | Moscone West
Deploying Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization (Breakout session) Jon Benedict, Red Hat; Jason Tower, Bandwidth; Jeff Spahr, Bandwidth.com
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM | Room 2008 | Moscone West
Workload portability using Red Hat CloudForms and Ansible (Breakout) Bill Helgeson, Consulting; Jason Woods, Red Hat; Marco Berube, Red Hat
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM | Room 2009 | Moscone West
Optimize your IT—VM migration made easy with Red Hat (Lab) Eric D Schabell, Red Hat; Fabien Dupont, Red Hat; Miguel Perez Colino, Red Hat; Brett Thurber, Red hat
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM | Room 153 | Moscone South
Virtualization: A study (Birds of a feather) Prasad Pandit, Red Hat Inc.
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM | Room 2102 | Moscone West
KubeVirt—containers and virtualization—deep dive (Breakout session) Itamar Heim, Red Hat; Fabian Deutsch, Red Hat
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM | Room:216 | Moscone South
Running RHV integrated with Cisco ACI SDN (Breakout session) - Juan Lage, Cisco; Dominik Holler, Red Hat
2:00 PM - 2:20 PM | Room 2020 | Moscone West
Please take advantage of the Red Hat Summit! I look forward to seeing and speaking with many of you during the week. Again as well, I encourage you to participate - be it at the booth or in a session - we are all part of the Red Hat RHV community.
Hope this helps,