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Red Hat Road Tour | Houston

Lieu de l'événement

  • 22 septembre 2016
  • Houston, TX

Learn. Network. Experience open source.

Each year, Red Hat® Summit unites thousands of customers, partners, and open source enthusiasts to learn, network, and experience the power of open source technology. Join us for the best of Red Hat Summit in a city near you on the Red Hat Road Tour: Sponsored by Intel.

These events explore the latest in cloud computing, platform, virtualization, middleware, storage, and system management technology. Red Hat and Intel bring some of Red Hat Summit's best content to you in an exclusive day of learning and discussion.

Learn more about product roadmaps, best practices, and customer use cases. Hear from product managers, technology leaders, and subject matter experts about solutions to common enterprise challenges.

Who should attend: Anyone whose responsibilities include planning modern innovation, DevOps, microservices, enterprise architecture, or IT strategy.

Register now to save the date.

Agenda

7:15am-8:00am Registration and Breakfast
8:00am-8:15am Welcome and Opening Remarks
Speakers: Rob Peterson, Vice President, Central Region Sales,
Jeff Rogers, EMCEE
8:15am-9:00am Keynote: Fast, Flexible Future
How Red Hat can help you build an agile IT organization, from infrastructure to practice
Speaker: Thomas Cameron, Global Cloud Strategy Evangelist, Red Hat
9:00am-9:30am Solutions for IT Organizations on the Journey to the Digital Enterprise
Speaker: James Labocki, Sr. Manager, Product Management, Red Hat
9:30am-9:45am Break
9:45am-10:30am The Roadmap for Containers & DevOps
Speakers: Brian Gracely & Mike Barrett
10:30am-11:00am Solving real business problems through rapid integration and data consumption
Speaker: Jack Britton, Product Manager, Integrated Solutions
11:00am-11:30am How we Accelerate Innovation at Red Hat Innovation Labs
Speaker: Mike Walker, Dir. Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat
11:30am-11:45am Closing Comments
Rob Peterson, Vice President, Central Region Sales
Jeff Rogers, EMCEE
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm-3:00pm Track 1: Modernization
S1: Many Paths to Infrastructure Modernization

Thomas Cameron, Global Cloud Strategy Evangelist, Red Hat

S2: Delivering value together: Increase visibility, manageability, and control through cloud management and automation
Mike Dahlgren, Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Track 2: Security
S1: SELinux Fundamentals: A Practical Guide to Implementation

Peter Beniaris, Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat

S2: Red Hat in Energy and Utilities; Open Source for security from the Control System to the Enterprise
Chad McIntyre
3:00pm-3:45pm Networking and Happy Hour

Information about Keynotes and Breakout Sessions

8:15am-9:00am
Keynote: Fast, Flexible Future
How Red Hat can help you build an agile IT organization, from infrastructure to practice

Thomas Cameron, Global Cloud Strategy Evangelist, Red Hat

You face a lot of business challenges in these rapidly changing times. You need to optimize the IT you have; integrate data, apps, and processes; build new cloud infrastructure; and develop more modern apps. Red Hat's culture, leadership, and ecosystem are why you're part of the 78% of enterprises running on open source. Whether it's infrastructure software, app services, development, systems management, or services—we can help.

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9:00am-9:30am
Solutions for IT Organizations on the Journey to the Digital Enterprise

James Labocki, Sr. Manager, Product Management, Red Hat

Your business needs to embrace the move towards a digital enterprise to not just survive, but thrive. In this session, attendees will see common challenges and solutions that IT organizations can overcome as they look to lead their business towards becoming a digital business. This includes both delivering existing applications faster and optimizing their infrastructure as well as building new cloud native applications and infrastructure. This session will include specific examples and success stories.

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9:45am-10:30am
The Roadmap for Containers & DevOps

Brian Gracely & Mike Barrett

Linux Containers continue to grow in popularity and are at the center of a number of emerging trends in IT. Organizations are using Containers to accelerate DevOps processes, to deploy both existing apps and cloud-native microservices, and to enable a hybrid cloud infrastructure. This session will explore Red Hat’s roadmap for Containers, how it enables these trends and how we are delivering new Container innovations through OpenShift, RHEL and across our product portfolio.

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10:30am-11:00am
Solving real business problems through rapid integration and data consumption

Jack Britton, Product Manager, Integrated Solutions

As the amount of data being produced continues to climb, the ability to consume information and apply to business needs becomes more complicated. Jack Britton, Integrated Solutions Product Manager at Red Hat, will walk through solutions available that are helping organizations across industries better consume data across devices.

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11:00am-11:30am
How we Accelerate Innovation at Red Hat Innovation Labs

Mike Walker, Dir. Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat

Innovation has always been at the core of we do; our open source communities stand for no less. Red Hat Open Innovation Labs is a new medium to deliver tangible, community-powered innovation. In an eight-week teaming engagement focused on accelerating application development, you can modernize traditional apps or develop contemporary ones, and leave with a solid understanding of the principles of modern software development. During this session, we will provide an overview of life in a Labs residency, show examples of what can be rapidly built at Labs, and demonstrate the push button infrastructure that allows developers to do DevOps and build innovative solutions from day one.

About Mike Walker: Mike Walker leads Red Hat's Open Innovation Labs, whose vision is to empower customers to rapidly deliver the most innovative software success stories of the 21st century, by leveraging the power of open source, emerging technology, and world-class expertise. Mike has more than 15 years of consulting experience encompassing application development, middleware, infrastructure, and cloud computing solutions.

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1:00pm-3:00pm
Many Paths to Infrastructure Modernization

Thomas Cameron, Global Cloud Strategy Evangelist, Red Hat

Traditional IT infrastructures are typically saddled with a heavy burden of technical debt. These past-generation technologies require substantial maintenance and management, lengthy deployment cycles and specialized skills making it costly and difficult to keep your infrastructure operational. But despite these drawbacks, your organization has deep investments in traditional systems. Learn how to unload your technical debt, decrease OpEx, and standardize your infrastructure and the core set of skills so that your IT organization can scale to deliver cloud-like services across multiple physical, virtual, and cloud environments with visibility and control.

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Delivering value together: Increase visibility, manageability, and control through cloud management and automation

Mike Dahlgren, Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, Red Hat

As you evaluate various technologies and how they fit within their environment, it is important to understand how they can be implemented and produce results for your organization. This session will walk you through how to leverage tools such as CloudForms and Ansible, that will result in improved business process automation and faster time to delivery.

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1:00pm-3:00pm
SELinux Fundamentals: A Practical Guide to Implementation

Peter Beniaris, Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat

Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a Linux kernal security module. This session will provide an:

  • introduction to SELinux,
  • a review of discretionary vs. mandatory access controls,
  • how to enable & manage SELinux,
  • the best methods for protecting your resources,
  • tips for fine tuning and creating a virtual sand box.

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Informations pratiques

Date: September 22, 2016

Time: See agenda for start and end time details.

Location: 
The Westin Houston, Memorial City
945 Gessner Road
Houston, TX 77024
www.westinhoustonmemorialcity.com