Kirk Skaugen, executive vice president and president of Lenovo Data Center Group, discusses Lenovo’s commitment to open source and why the company thinks different is better. Lenovo now participates in more than 30 different open source standards organizations.
John Felton, vice president of IT applications and operations for Sprint, discusses the challenges and benefits of adopting NFV in telco. John explains that a culture of collaboration is critical for successful adoption of NFV solutions.
John Rzeszotarski, director of Continuous Delivery and Feedback at KeyBank, shares how his organization tackled the modernization of a complex online banking system consisting of different merged banks with various legacy computer systems.
Marco Bill-Peter, vice president of customer experience and engagement at Red Hat, introduces the Red Hat Innovation Awards, which recognize technology achievements of Red Hat customers and partners worldwide.
Caleb Harper, principal investigator and director of the Open Agriculture Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, discusses the convergence of the digital world and biology, specifically for the creation of food.
On day 2 of Red Hat Summit 2017, Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO at Red Hat, looks at the important role of the individual—in active participation, and ultimately, innovation.
A deeper dive on the Kubernetes Service Catalog project, how to leverage the Service Broker API to bind and provision services, and how we are tying it all into the OpenShift user experience with Steve Speicher, Diogenes Rettori, Paul Morie, and Serena Doyle from the OpenShift team at the OpenShi
Kevin Crocker from Inmarsat discusses their production deployment of OpenShift at the OpenShift Commons Gathering Boston on May 1, 2017.
William Shaw from Point72 and Dan Foley from Agio discuss Point72's production deployment of OpenShift at the OpenShift Commons Gathering Boston on May 1, 2017.
Ashesh Badani, VP of OpenShift business unit, walks through the road ahead at OpenShift and how we build communities and solve problems together at the OpenShift Commons Gathering Boston on May 1, 2017.