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You asked, we delivered: What's new in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16

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Success as a digital business requires a new, transformed approach to IT service delivery, one that focuses on providing faster access to IT resources while offering the latest capabilities and innovations to developers and operators. With Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform, enterprises can transform their IT infrastructure into a more agile, efficient, and innovative environment—ready to take advantage of the opportunities of a digital economy.

Join us for this webinar to learn what's new in the recently launched Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16. We’ll cover:

  • The single long-life release that blends an organization's need for a consistent platform with the open source community's speed of innovation.
  • New features and enhancements that help organizations deliver innovation faster.
  • Improvements in operational and management capabilities, including better upgradability, allowing organizations to run critical workloads using the Service Telemetry Framework.


Live-event date: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | 12 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward. 

Sean Cohen

Senior Manager of Product Management, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat

Sean Cohen is responsible for the business, strategy, and development of Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Sean has more than 15 years of experience in senior product management and delivery for private clouds in the enterprise market. Sean is an OpenStack Foundation speaker and a Red Hat and InformationWeek blogs contributor.

Michael Barnett

Principal Technical Product Manager, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat

Michael Barnett is responsible for Red Hat's OpenStack deployment framework, including Red Hat OpenStack Platform director. Michael has been working with OpenStack for more than a decade, doing everything from setting strategy to running a team delivering managed OpenStack services. He is currently focused on full life-cycle management in OpenStack.