Red Hat Summit 2019

Boston, MA, May 79

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What to expect in 2019

Red Hat Summit 2019 is heading to Boston, Massachusetts, where you’ll experience open source from the moment you arrive through the final concert that closes out the event. Network with thousands of open source technology professionals during happy hours and in between keynotes, labs, and breakout sessions.

Red Hat Summit 2018 award winners

Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year

Neha Sandu was awarded the 2018 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year, which recognizes a Red Hat Certified Professional who demonstrates ingenuity, hard work, and expertise.

logo for Women in Open Source

Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe were named the 2018 Women in Open Source Award winners for their contributions to open source communities and for inspiring a new generation to get involved in open source.

logo for 2017 Red Hat Innovation Awards

UPS was voted Red Hat Innovator of the Year for creating a flexible, agile, container-based cloud computing environment—and adopting a collaborative DevOps approach—using Red Hat technologies.

Headlines from 2018

May 8

Red Hat and Microsoft co-develop the first Red Hat OpenShift jointly managed service on a public cloud

The extended partnership combines the power of Red Hat OpenShift®, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform, and Microsoft Azure.

May 8

Red Hat and IBM and Red Hat join forces to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption

Today’s announcement builds on two decades of partnership between two of the world’s biggest open source companies. This extended collaboration is already available to customers.

May 9

Rethinking how we work in an era of disruption

Companies from all industries are trying to figure out how to remain agile and nimble enough to face unknown challenges that may arise. Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst knows that the answer lies in culture and context.

May 10

Red Hat’s new mission: Making IT’s four footprints immaterial

Paul Cormier, executive vice president and president of Products and Technologies at Red Hat, explains why physical servers, virtual machines, private clouds, and public clouds are immaterial to the end user—which is why hybrid cloud is becoming the default enterprise infrastructure.

2018 platinum sponsors