Breakout session tracks

Tracks are groups of sessions with similar themes. Use these tracks, along with topics and other session tags, to guide your breakout session experience at Red Hat® Summit.

Cloud-native development

Cloud-native development has emerged as the preferred model to develop, deliver, and operate applications across hybrid, multicloud environments. Be sure you’re getting the most from innovative technologies by learning some of the best practices in cloud-native development through this track.

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In this track, you’ll find developer-focused tutorials and stories about cloud development that can inspire your approach. Learn the technology, architecture, and processes of cloud development, with deep dives on continuous delivery, deployments, serverless, development environments, and Java in the cloud.

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Enterprise integration

From public cloud to Internet of Things to machine learning, the most strategic and innovative technologies are also more distributed and more complex——making integration key to successful digital initiatives. Get up to speed on integration technologies, data streams, event-driven architectures, and more.

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Future technologies

This track demonstrates how Red Hat, our customers, and our partners are innovating for the future of IT. Discover pre-product open source technologies and services that are in development and will have a hand in shaping the landscape of enterprise software and hardware for years to come.

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Hybrid cloud infrastructure

Get a first-hand perspective on how the industry is talking about and navigating the world of public and private clouds. This track will also give you insights into how organizations are handling the infrastructure needs that go along with these clouds—including storage, containers, services, and security.

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Dynamic market landscapes are changing how businesses must engage customers. Digital imperatives require organizations to modernize business processes and technical capabilities. Learn from the successes and challenges of your industry peers and how they have progressed in their digital business journeys.

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IT automation

Automation allows IT be a partner to lines of business by enabling agility, increasing productivity, and playing a crucial role in helping your business get to market faster. Automation applied as part of your strategy can cut the cost of production and free you up to focus on what matters most.

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IT optimization

Need help taming the hybrid cloud? In this track, you’ll find out how to do so by using Kubernetes, containers, OpenShift®, OpenStack®, storage, and other cool technologies and workloads—all available across bare metal, virtualization, private cloud, public cloud, and the edge of the network.

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North America Partner Experience

Explore new ways to work with Red Hat as we share best practices, new tools, and program updates. Engage with Red Hat and other partners to come up with strategies designed to help all parties get the best value from the partnership.

*Designed for North American partners, these sessions are open to all global partners.

Open digital transformation

Red Hat’s approach to digital transformation creates a foundation of open architecture, open processes, open leadership, and an open culture to enable an organization to transform into a digital leader. In this track, you’ll see how flexibility, inclusivity, and cultural aspects spur collaboration.

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