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Modern IT is hybrid IT. Your enterprise has infrastructure, platforms, apps, and tools from different vendors. Proprietary tools don’t talk to each other. And apps cross clouds slowly, weighed down by data. You need advancements in infrastructure, management, and development that bring your clouds together.
Connect with us to learn how together, Red Hat® and Amazon Web Services (AWS) give you the tools and technologies to adapt to market demands. Scale infrastructure and expand opportunities in line with your organization’s needs and business goals.
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Quest for the hidden code
Calling all developers, gamers, and adventure lovers: join us to celebrate open source code with food, drink, and fun.
When: Wednesday, December 1 | 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Canaletto (located in St. Mark's Square)
Address: 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
In order to access the reception, all attendees must have an AWS re:Invent Full Conference badge.
RED HAT, AWS & IDC Business Value Executive Exchange
When: Nov. 30 | 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Join Red Hat, AWS and IDC on November 30 at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas for an exclusive fun evening with your industry peers while enjoying unlimited food, cocktails and free giveaways.
The evening will highlight IDC’s recent business value study focusing on the business impact of deploying Red Hat OpenShift on AWS, with an eye towards recent trends in managed services. Don't miss out on this premier networking event, and the unique experience and attractions that Madame Tussauds has to offer.
Attend this session for a chance to win an Echo Dot!
This event is for executives, VP's, senior managers, CXO, IT Directors.
theCube will feature Red Hat for an interview during the week of re:Invent.
Session Title: Red Hat and AWS: Evolving our Partnership to Meet our Customers’ Needs
Gunnar Hellekson, Senior Director, Product Manager, Red Hat
Joe Fernandes, VP Strategic Business Unit, Red Hat
Interview will highlight:
- Red Hat’s long history & partnership with AWS since RHEL
- Evolution of partnership to include OpenShift and the history there
- Now with ROSA, customers can enjoy this jointly managed service
- RHEL has evolved into specific workloads such as RHEL for SQL & SAP
Come to the Jam Lounge and get hands-on with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS with a fun challenge! More about the challenge and what to expect:
A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME…
Your small digital floral startup company just landed a desirable contract that will triple your revenue over the next year. Your current application is running on a small 2 worker node OpenShift (OKD) cluster running in your basement. You chose to use OpenShift because it allows you to focus on the code and your core application. The administrative parts of the cluster are included as well as the extra services to manage it and you would like to continue using it. You have realized that in order to deliver on this contract, your usage will grow to a point where it is way beyond your current means to handle. You have analyzed your options to enable this explosive growth and hiring the Kubernetes experts to handle this in such a short amount of time would add immense stress and eat up much of that newly acquired revenue (plus, such experts have balked at the idea of working in your basement with you). Therefore you have decided on exploring the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS to handle this growth and for hosting your application as it provides you a way to continue to focus on your application, allows you to pay for the consumption used while your new customer on-boards, and that Red Hat and AWS take on all the work of managing and maintaining the cluster.
Visit Red Hat at kiosk 6 on December 2 in the Marketplace Pavilion to speak with open source experts, pick up swag, and more!
Speaker: Jim O’Donnell
Title: Modernizing SAP in the AWS Cloud
When: Dec 6 | 12:45 - 1:00pm
Visit Red Hat at kiosk 18 on Dec 1 -2 in the Public Sector Pavilion
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