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Headed to GITEX? We’ll see you there.
Visit us at booth H7-B30. Interact with Red Hat and view our demos on all featured technologies in the Red Hat booth during GITEX.
At Red Hat we are setting the standard for what hybrid cloud can be and do, and with our flexible portfolio your company can take the next defining step for your industry.
Digital transformation can mean a lot of different things. But no matter where your company is in the process, Red Hat can help you understand every facet of change and help you achieve your goals.
Edge computing requires many pieces of technology; only an open approach to hybrid cloud infrastructure can give you the flexibility and freedom you need. Only with an open source approach can you unlock the full potential of edge computing
Unlock the full potential of edge computing with Red Hat.
Schedule 1:1 time with subject matter experts to get your key questions answered in Red Hat booth H7-B30.
In case you are not able to attend GITEX in-person, there is also an option to schedule a virtual meeting so you can connect with us from anywhere in the world.
Reserve your slot to speak to a Red Hat open source expert both in-person and virtually.
Meet the developers!
Alex Soto Bueno, Software Engineer, Red Hat (left)
Sebastien Blanc, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat (right)
Speakers: Alex Soto Bueno & Sebastien Blanc
When: October 17, 12:00
Location: Dubai World Trade Centre | DevSlam Campus, Sheikh Rashid Hall (Opp. Halls 5-8)
We've heard about Cloud and Cloud-Native in the past years, but don't be mistaken: the future is Kubernetes-Native. Kubernetes is an open-source platform that runs everywhere, and ensuring that applications are Kubernetes-Native gives developers superpowers to do even more! Join us in this session to learn how Kubernetes allows you to reuse your super skills no matter where you deploy. And witness how technologies like Service Mesh, Serverless, Java, Quarkus, and more help you solve today's challenging problems in monolithic and microservices architectures.