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Yesterday, we announced an amazing lineup of keynote speakers for Red Hat Summit 2013. The event is only a few weeks away now, and it’s shaping up to be our biggest Red Hat Summit yet.
If you’ve never experienced Red Hat Summit, you may be asking yourself what it is, and what makes it such a special, collaborative event. Red Hat Summit is all about bringing together our community of customers, partners, experts, and IT thought leaders to collaborate, learn from one another, and discuss the future of IT. Featuring more than 160 sessions, Red Hat Summit attendees can attend visionary keynotes, participate in interactive sessions, see live demos, meet Red Hat's broad ecosystem of partners, collaborate with Red Hat engineers and community members, and build connections through networking opportunities.
Still wondering what Red Hat Summit is all about? This video and the infographic(1) below should help. We hope you join us in Boston!