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Join Red Hat at IBM Think
Stop by the Red Hat booth at IBM Think 2019 to speak with open source experts and learn about our joint solutions with IBM.
Stop back for more information coming soon about what's happening in the Red Hat booth.
Running Red Hat OpenShift on the IBM Cloud
Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Time: 1:30 - 2:10 p.m.
Location: San Francisco Ballroom 202
Abstract: OpenShift is a software product from Red Hat for container-based software deployment and management. It uses Kubernetes orchestration, Docker containers and DevOps tools to accelerate application development. Try it on the IBM Cloud to save time and resources.
Speakers: Joseph Mann, Red Hat and Jay Ablan, IBM
Power Systems, Better than Ever with Red Hat
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time: 12:30 - 1:10 p.m.
Location: AMC Metreon | Screen 13
Abstract: Power Systems have always worked well with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, but there are many new business critical solutions running on Power Systems today. We have broadened our partnership with Red Hat to include offerings with POWER9 servers including Red Hat OpenStack or infrastructure-as-a-service deployments and Red Hat OpenShift for running containers. In addition, advances available on Red Hat and POWER today include advanced Artificial Intelligence offerings and HPC offerings used in the world's largest supercomputers. Learn how all solutions infrastructure is not created equal and how you can keep your data moving with IBM Power (and RHEL).
Speakers: Steven Roberson, IBM, and Scott M. Harold, Red Hat
Why Run Red Hat Workloads on IBM Cloud?
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time: 8:30 - 9:10 a.m.
Location: San Francisco Ballroom 207
Abstract: It's increasingly important for enterprises to develop a sound hybrid cloud strategy for digital transformation. Some workloads are suited for public cloud, but others need to remain on-premises or in other private cloud deployments. A key to this strategy is the portability of enterprise software subscriptions. Red Hat has partnered with IBM to allow our joint customers to utilize their existing Red Hat subscriptions into the IBM Cloud via Red Hat's Cloud Access, including RHEL, OpenShift, and much more. This allows our customers the ultimate flexibility in where they deploy their Red Hat solutions on-premises or on IBM Cloud, on virtual servers or bare metal. Learn how Red Hat workloads are suited to run on IBM Cloud.
Speakers: Joseph Mann, Red Hat and Franklin Nguyen, IBM
Technical Support: Stories From The Front Line
Date: Coming soon
Time: Coming soon
Location: Coming soon
Abstract: We have all heard, and probably even used the phrase “Technology is great… when it works.” It doesn’t matter how mature or stable a product is, failures happen and we rely on experts to help guide us through those complex, difficult and stressful situations. What better way to learn about how you can avoid similar scenarios, than from the experts themselves.
Join us as our panel of technical support heroes discuss some of the toughest, craziest, and most painful cases they have dealt with on a variety of Red Hat products, including RHEL and Red Hat Storage. They will explain how the IBM & Red Hat collaborative approach to support turned these potential horror stories into exceptional customer experiences. In addition, you will have the opportunity to get insider advice from these delivery professionals on how to get the most out of your support experience.