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Red Hat Summit: Connect
From October to December 2021, our all-new series of small-scale events give you access to Red Hat® thought leaders, experts, technologies, and solutions. Join Red Hat Summit: Connect in a city near you to share experiences, innovations, and insights.
To help ensure the health, safety, and well-being of everyone within the open source community, all attendees of Red Hat Summit: Connect events will be required to show proof of full vaccination—defined as two weeks (14 days) after the final dose of a government-approved vaccine— prior to attending. All attendees will also be required to wear masks onsite.
For more information on our vaccine requirement, accepted vaccines, and mask mandate, see our health and safety guidance. You can also review our FAQs for further details about Red Hat Summit: Connect.
Whether you’re interested in labs, sessions, demos, networking, or other activities, Red Hat Summit: Connect has a range of possibilities for you. Although some offerings are only available in certain cities, you can contact your Red Hat representative to learn more about your options.
Breakout sessions: Learn from our subject matter experts as they present on topics like Kubernetes, machine learning, rapid coding, and much more.
Ask the Experts sessions: Connect with Red Hatters in real time as they share their experiences and answer questions on the topics most important to you.
Hands-on labs: Walk through specific products or solutions in instructor-led labs that provide all the tools you need to learn.
1:1 meetings: Get acquainted with your Red Hat sales representative, a Red Hat expert, or a fellow attendee through face-to-face meetings.
Red Hat kiosks: Sit down with a Red Hatter for a demo and conversation about IT automation and management, hybrid cloud infrastructure, cloud-native development, and a host of other topics.
Partner programming: Take part in a breakout session designed specifically for Red Hat partners, then enjoy a luncheon to share thoughts and exchange ideas with other partners.
Developer demo & Kafka lab: Join other developers for a demo with Red Hat’s Burr Sutter, Edson Yanaga, or both, then build on what you’ve learned with a follow-up Kafka lab that delves into implementation details.