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Jim Zimmerman, Microsoft, and Steve Pousty, Red Hat, do a live demo of Red Hat OpenShift on Azure with fully integrated support. They demonstrate the freedom and choice that Microsoft and Red Hat offer together, which allows customers to develop and deploy when and where they want to.
Matt Yanchyshyn, director and lead architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Chris Morgan, technical director, OpenShift ecosystem at Red Hat, talk about the announcement of the Red Hat and AWS alliance and conduct a live demonstration of the new Red Hat OpenShift services interface with native
Julia White, corporate vice president for Azure and Security Marketing at Microsoft, talks about how Microsoft and Red Hat are partnering to empower digital transformation using the cloud.
Brian Thompson, general manager of OpenStack Private Cloud for Rackspace, discusses its 10+ years of collaboration with Red Hat and its joint Private Cloud-as-a-Service offering, Rackspace Private Cloud powered by Red Hat.
Sandra Rivera, Intel, at Red Hat Summit 2017: Transformative forces of data: A developer's challenge
Sandra Rivera, corporate vice president and general manager of the network platforms group for Intel, discusses the transformative impact of 5G networks, from the access point, to the core, and the entire distributed datacenter.
Sam Ramji, vice president of product management for Google Cloud Platform, talks about Google's contributions to open source. He presents a formula for open development: open source + open APIs + open cloud.
On Day 1 of Red Hat Summit 2017, Paul Cormier looks at the infrastructure, process, and platform realities of IT today, and the path to cloud-native application development that our customers need for tomorrow.
Pat Healey, chief technology officer for the chief technology office at Deutsche Bank, discusses the vision for Deutsche Bank’s Everything-as-a-Service strategy, which is a highly automated, self-service platform for developing and delivering applications into production.
The Government of British Columbia builds innovation with the BC Developers’ Exchange, an open source forum for collaboration between the public and private sector—and citizens.
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