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. He talks about the shift from prescriptive planning to a “try, learn, modify” approach that creates context for individual action. Watch this keynote to see examples of how customers influence participation in their communities and to learn about Red Hat’s Open Innovation Labs and the recent Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) strategic alliance announcement, including a live demo.
Hear from Alfonso Fonseca Garcia, director of Innovation and Digital Government, Government of the State of Jalisco, Mexico; Peter Watkins, co-founder and executive director of the BC Developer’s Exchange, Government of British Columbia; Mark Lim, director of Government Digital Services, Government Technology Agency of Singapore; John Allessio, vice president of Global Services, Red Hat; Drs. André Baumgart and Dorothée Rhein Straub, co-founders of easiER AG; and Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services (via video).
See more at the Red Hat Summit site: http://www.redhat.com/summit
- 2017年 5月 8日