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Partner Technical Exchange

  • 2017年 10月 3日 から 2017年 10月 5日
  • Vienna, VA
  • Sheraton Tysons Hotel

COLLABORATE. INNOVATE. ACCELERATE

Red Hat Partner Technical Exchange brings together our expansive partner ecosystem for two full days of technical sessions and knowledge sharing.

Who should attend?

Red Hat Partner Technical Exchange is intended for partners seeking hands-on technical training focused on Red Hat technologies. This includes solution architects, pre-sales technical support, and those in a delivery role who want more experience with Red Hat technology.

What to expect?

At the Partner Tech Exchange, attendees will:

  • Broaden your knowledge of the Red Hat product portfolio.
  • Collaborate with Red Hat product and engineering experts.
  • Sharpen your technical sales skills.
  • Explore actual use cases.
  • Share successes and discuss mutual challenges with peers.

Deep-dive sessions and active discussions will provide the insight needed to communicate and demonstrate the value of Red Hat technology to our joint customers.

Conference registration rates

Full conference: $350

 

 

The Red Hat® North America Partner Technical Exchange features hands-on, deep-dive sessions led by Red Hat solution architects, product leads, and engineering experts. Session tracks include:

  • Containers and cloud solutions: Understand the technical and business issues facing clients and how to take advantage of Red Hat cloud and container technology.
  • Application development and application deployment: Learn how to help clients use Red Hat middleware solutions to improve how they use containers, application development platforms, and continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) and DevOps approaches.
  • Management and automation: Show clients how to gain efficiency and optimize their environment with Red Hat CloudForms and Red Hat Ansible Tower.
  • Security: How to deploy Red Hat technology as part of any security strategy.
  • Whiteboard and Sponsors: See how ecosystem partners use Red Hat technology to deliver solutions and hear interactive sessions from Red Hat chief architects

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Registration open

1 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Afternoon workshop sessions

5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. Partner pavilion and welcome reception

 

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Registration open

7-8:30 a.m. Breakfast

8:30 - 9:30 a.m. PTEX Sponsor Keynotes

  • Dynatrace - Innovation and Leadership
  • Peter Hack, senior solutions architect, Dynatrace CoE
  • Microsoft and Red Hat—Accelerating partner sales and creating new opportunities

    Red Hat and Microsoft announced an expanded agreement last year. In this keynote,  learn about common customer scenarios, how to position solutions with customers to drive adoption and growth, and best practices. You will also hear about the progress we have made in the last year and what is coming next. Attend this session to explore growth potential for your business.

    Presenter:  Srikanth Matcha, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Cloud and Enterprise, U.S., Microsoft

 

9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Keynote and morning workshop sessions

12:15-1 p.m. Lunch and Partner Pavilion

1 - 5:15 p.m. Afternoon workshop sessions

5:30 -7 p.m. - Partner Pavilion Reception

7 - 9 p.m. Networking dinner

 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Registration open

7-8:30 a.m. Breakfast

8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Red Hat Keynotes

  • Red Hat keynote - The value of enablement and new developments in the Global Partner and Technical Enablement and the  Online Partner Enablement Network
  • Kevin Chin, director, Strategy, Global Partner and Technical Enablement, Red Hat
  • Red Hat keynote - Red Hat state of the union
  • Thomas Cameron, digital transformational strategist, Red Hat

9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Morning workshop sessions

12:15 p.m. Departures

 

 

Agenda is subject to change.


 

WORKSHOPS ABSTRACTS

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Red Hat Ready Partner Program Emerging Products Partner Enablement POC program

This presentation introduces partners to the Red Hat® Ready Partner Program's Emerging Products Partner Enablement Proof of Concept program. In this seminar, we will discuss the value of the program, including what the program involves, to whom it applies, and how it enables partners by working with them to describe, demonstrate, and perform proof of concepts for their own customers. It will also explain the skills the partner will gain as part of this innovative program.

Presenter: Mark Walker, Ready Partner Program solution architect, Red Hat, and Matt Ward, NA cloud solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics:  Red Hat CloudForms

 

Automation and management track

Running a successful Red Hat Ansible Tower proof of concept

This session will guide you through process, positioning, and pitfalls to avoid when running a successful Red Hat Ansible® Tower pilot or proof of concept. The focus will be on Ansible core and Red Hat Ansible Tower use cases, including audience and team workflows, install and build environments, authentication and integration, and use case examples.

Presenter: Matt St. Onge, senior partner solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat Ansible Tower

 

Application development and application delivery track

Building a Microsoft .NET development environment on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Learn what's new in .NET core 2 and how it is relevant to develop and architect modern applications deployed on Red Hat OpenShift. Learn about microservices, continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD), and DevOps using .NET Core 2—but the Red Hat Way. In this session, you will learn how to create a sample application and experience life-cycle management on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Also, you will integrate the application with Red Hat JBoss® Middleware to experience truly open source hybrid development.

Presenter: Myriam Fentanes Gutierrez, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux®, middleware, ecosystem

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

DevOps with Red Hat OpenShift  solution—Accelerate digital transformation

Lenovo presents a complete hybrid cloud solution that enables businesses to streamline and accelerate code development from design to production using Docker containers. The solution lets IT Operations extend existing Red Hat platforms and tools into software development operations while increasing governance, security, and automation. For developers, this means instant access to workloads and applications with advanced frameworks for CI/CD and release and deployment automation. Jointly engineered by Lenovo, Intel, and Red Hat, the solution includes software, hardware, software pipeline assessments, solution design, and implementation services.

Presenter: Steve Brown, director, DevOps practice & solutions N.A., Lenovo, and  Srihari Angaluri, data center solutions architect, Lenovo

Topics: DevOps, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

 

Security track

10 layers of container security

Learn 10 elements of security to consider when deploying containers at scale. This subject can be particularly useful when talking with teams who are using a  do-it-yourself approach to containers. Intended audience: customers, prospect executives, architects, and infrastructure and application teams (although the content is likely most interesting to operations and infrastructure teams).

Presenter: Brad Sollar, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, containers

 

2:45 - 3:45 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Containers for mere mortals

This session is an in-depth technical talk focusing on the operations side of containers. Too often, we do not cover DevOps completely—we discuss the “Dev,” but leave out how “Ops” will manage the environments. In this workshop, learn everything from basic commands to full life-cycle management. The lead-by-example approach demonstrates what you can do today with containers, and more importantly, how to do it.

Presenter: Matthew Ward, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, containers, DevOps

 

Automation and management track

Exploring Red Hat CloudForms 4.5 with Red Hat Ansible Automation

Red Hat CloudForms 4.5 marks a new direction for cloud management and automation. Red Hat CloudForms can now run an Ansible Playbook natively as a service, control action, or control alert, as well as using custom buttons and REST API. This session will guide you through various Ansible Playbook scenarios in Red Hat CloudForms.

Presenter: Jerome Marc, technical marketing engineer, Management, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Ansible Automation

 

Application development and application delivery track

How to deliver an end-to-end multiproduct microservices demo

Microservices is the topic of many customer conversations, but it has been difficult to demo real-world microservices use cases due to the many moving parts required. In this session, you will learn how to deploy the CoolStore microservices demo using Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss Middleware, and Red Hat CloudForms. Furthermore, you will learn how to deploy this demo quickly, what use cases are covered, and what training material you can use to master delivery, regardless of your technical skills. This session is highly recommended for presales in order to deliver reliable microservices demos without needing days of preparation.

Presenter: Hugo Guerrero, senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

Topics: Microservices, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat JBoss Middleware, Red Hat CloudForms

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Modernizing the datacenter with Red Hat technology

As you work with your clients to advance their existing technology footprint to support the demands on a modern IT organization, know how and when to bring Red Hat's technologies to the discussion, and what value each will bring to the client.  This interactive session will provide an incremental approach to introducing new functionality, covering Red Hat's management, infrastructure, and container technologies.

Presenter: Matt Smith, chief architect, Northeast, Red Hat

Topics: Infrastructure, containers, modernization

 

Security track

How to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux in a high-security environment

This session will cover Red Hat’s built-in security technical implementation guide (STIG) profile for installation, the principle of minimization, and the basics of installing government-furnished equipment (GFE) and commercial off-the-shelf software (COTS) into a Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)-enforcing system.

Presenter: Alex Jacocks, senior solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, Red Hat Enterprise Linux

 

3:45 - 5:15 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Designing OpenShift container-native storage solutions

As customers begin to adopt containers and microservices, they are increasingly turning to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, which offers a single control plane based on Kubernetes.  A way to increase the value of your initial sale is to include Red Hat Gluster Storage in your Red Hat OpenShift customer solution. This helps customers manage enterprise persistent storage for stateful applications running in Linux containers.  In this session, you will learn how to deploy container-native storage (CNS) in Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, as well as how to create persistent volume claims (PVCs) against Gluster-backed storage for use by applications.

Presenter: Annette Clewett, senior architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat Storage, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

 

Automation and management track

Automating all clouds with Red Hat CloudForms—a partner's perspective

Red Hat CloudForms is often seen as a catalyst to introducing clients to open source and Red Hat. One of the biggest capabilities of CloudForms is how it can abstract automation for different clouds—making usage transparent.  Emergent Technology, a Red Hat Premier partner, takes that concept to the next level.  Learn how it is positioning Red Hat CloudForms with customers and how its community involvement adds value to the product and its clients.

Presenter: Manny Evangelista, solution architect, public sector, Red Hat, and Sean Walsh, Red Hat Application Platform Program team lead, Emergent, LLC

Topics: Red Hat CloudForms, community

 

Application development and application delivery track

3scale by Red Hat hands-on demo on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

For customers deploying or creating application programming interfaces (APIs), 3scale by Red Hat can help manage these APIs. In this session, we will provide an overview of 3scale by Red Hat, deploy an on-premise instance of 3scale on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and add a sample API into your 3scale environment.

Presenter: Myriam Fentanes Gutierrez, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, 3scale by Red Hat, Red Hat Middleware

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Running the application modernization lab with Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services

Learn how to deliver the application modernization/container development lab to your customers. This lab utilizes Red Hat OpenShift, deployed on Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure, to deconstruct a monolithic application into various microservices, creating a multi-container application.In this session, we will run through the lab content as well as discuss a method to automate the delivery of this lab for your own usage. We will also discuss the ongoing joint engineering effort between Red Hat and AWS that makes it easier to deploy OpenShift Container Platform in AWS.

Presenter: Joe Mann, Channel solution architect, Red Hat, and John Tiejen Alliances solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, cloud

 

Security track

Data control and security with Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

As organizations adopt new technologies to store the ever-growing high volume of data, they often create a separate datasource problem. This can result in inconsistent security access constraints at each datasource, making management cumbersome. In this workshop, show how to reduce these access and security issues through a hands-on demonstration of Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization.

 

Presenters: Michelle Davis, senior middleware solution architect, Red Hat, and Anita Devadason, partner solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics:  Security, Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

 

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

 

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Containers and cloud track

Digital maturity use cases

How does technology change the way you operate your business? Does your technology empower you or hold you back? You can achieve digital transformation without becoming the next Uber, NetFlix, or Amazon. This session will help you identify, organize, and roadmap your digital transformation journey. Attendees will learn a four-phase business and technology approach to guide success. The four phases prepare you for whatever new technology comes next.

Presenter: Matthew Ward, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Digital Transformation, cloud

 

Automation and management track

Ansible for network automation

Did you know that Ansible can automate network resources? Do you need a primer on getting started with Ansible to help automate your network resources? If so, this session is for you. This demo-based session walks through the configurations, templates, and processes of how to go from zero to a full, working configuration. We will also discuss how to maintain and update the environment. This simple walkthrough of the configurations, templates, and processes will start your journey to network automation.

Presenter: Tommy Burke, solution architect, Red Hat, and Paul Siri, sr. consultant, Networking & Security, Groupware

Topics: Red Hat Ansible Automation, networking

 

Application development and application delivery track

Red Hat JBoss Fuse and Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7 (Artemis) high-availability best practices

In this workshop, we will answer the question, “How do I set up high availability (HA) with Red Hat JBoss Fuse?” We will discuss the various considerations for architecting a high-availability environment with popular components, including the web tier level and message broker.

Presenter: Josh Reagan, middleware integration specialist, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat JBoss AMQ, high availability

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Digital transformation stories from the frontlines

Hear from your fellow partners and share your own stories of digital transformation success, failure, and everything in between. This session, moderated by Thomas Cameron, will focus on sharing how Red Hat and our partners are seeing opportunities and challenges as clients work to transform their organizations.  Bring your stories and learn from others.

Presenter: Thomas Cameron, digital transformation strategist, Red Hat

Topics: Digital transformation

 

Security track

Proactive security compliance automation workshop

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to demonstrate automated security compliance using a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, OpenSCAP, Red Hat Insights, and Red Hat Ansible Tower.

Presenters: Lucy Kerner, technical product marketing manager, Security, Red Hat, Anita Devadason, partner solutions architect, Red Hat, and Patrick Rutledge, principal solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Ansible Tower, Red Hat Insights

 

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Hands-on with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is a feature-rich product, which makes it challenging to develop a short demo presentation.  In this workshop, you will learn how to use the Red Hat Partner Demo System (RHPDS) to:

  • Deliver a 30-minute demo on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, including an architectural overview.
  • Walk through container deployment.
  • Present real-world use cases for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
  • Show how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can move applications in containers from development to production.

Presenter: Will Refvem, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, containers

 

Automation and management track

Common customer challenges and integrated solutions

Do your customers suffer from environments that take too long to provision? Is VM sprawl and craftwork builds robbing them of their joy for life? Does DevOps seem like it is a world away? Are they tired of scaling up their wallet to pay for infrastructure? In this session, attendees will walk through four of the most common pain points and see hands-on demonstrations and customer examples that illustrate how Red Hat's integrated solutions, in conjunction with partners, can solve these problems and allow organizations to move faster now while they position themselves for success in the future.

Presenter: Marco Berube, senior design product manager, Red Hat

Topics: Integrated solutions, DevOps, infrastructure

 

Application development and application delivery track

Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization with Red Hat JBoss Data Grid: Integration of materialized views and protocol buffers

Solutions which can quickly collect and store distributed, unstructured event information are becoming paramount in emerging use cases, such as big data and Internet of Things (IoT). Conversely, event data needs to be consumed, structured, and processed by existing applications and platforms, all with minimal latency and overhead. In this session, we explore Red Hat JBoss Middleware technologies that address these often conflicting requirements. This session provides a hands-on environment to learn about and experience this multiproduct, integrated solution. Attendees can experience the power of combining multiple Red Hat JBoss Middleware offerings to provide a uniquely differentiated customer solution addressing today's hottest use cases.

Presenter: John Kaczala, channel middleware solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization, Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, Red Hat Middleware

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Dynatrace—Monitoring your shift

Until recently, applications ran on a handful of carefully curated technologies, deployments were static, and teams were siloed. In the microservices age, teams are cross-functional. They pick the technologies they consider to work best for them, and they are held accountable for what they produce. Application deployments are fine-grained, frequent, scalable, and fully automated. With the responsibility to support such environments, are you monitoring your shift? In this session, you will learn how to:

  • Obtain insights into your Red Hat OpenShift environment.
  • Perform root-cause analysis in seconds.
  • Utilize full-stack monitoring powered by artificial intelligence.

Presenter: Peter Hack, senior solutions architect, Dynatrace CoE

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift, application deployment, microservices

 

Security track

Proactive security compliance automation workshop

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to demonstrate automated security compliance using a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, OpenSCAP, Red Hat Insights, and Red Hat Ansible Tower.

Presenters: Lucy Kerner, technical product marketing manager, Security, Red Hat, Anita Devadason, partner solutions architect, Red Hat, and Patrick Rutledge, principal solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Ansible Tower, Red Hat Insights

 

1 - 2:30 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Delivering a Red Hat CloudForms demo

Clients are challenged to manage workloads across bare metal, multiple virtualization platforms, and private and public cloud. Learn how to demonstrate how Red Hat CloudForms:

  • Manages workloads across various forms of infrastructure.
  • Migrates workloads from one infrastructure type to another.
  • Integrates Ansible Playbooks into management strategies.

Presenter: Matthew Ward, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat CloudForms

 

Automation and management track

Designing for Ops teams: A/B upgrades and life-cycle considerations

Containerization and modern application development and deployment are changing businesses. In turn, businesses are benefiting from this shift to faster app development and deployment, leading to faster product and service delivery. This shift also enables Ops teams to have different strategies for upgrades and life-cycle management. This session explores these topics and how they apply to service-based architectures and the modern infrastructure that supports them, such as Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenStack® Platform.

Presenter: Jeff Winkelman, sr. solution architect, NA Partners, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, storage, management

 

Application development and application delivery track

Deployment strategies for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

Red Hat makes containers enterprise adaptable. With the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, developers can just focus on code and container creation and deployment will all be automated, making container adoption easy and flexible. In this session, we will discuss how the architecture of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform differentiates this platform from other container platforms in the industry, and we will introduce you to different deployment strategies to run your application workloads on this platform.

Presenter: Veer Muchandi, principal solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red OpenShift Container Platform

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Microsoft and Red Hat— Strength Together. Walk through on OpenShift, Ansible, SQL, .NET

Join us for a walk through on great new capabilities enabled through partnership of Red Hat and Microsoft. We will demonstrate the following

  • OpenShift cluster on Azure from Marketplace offer (and a customized cluster via ARM templates).
  • Ansible Tower on Azure from Marketplace offer
  • SQL on RHEL
  • .NET Core on OpenShift

Presenter:  

  • Srikanth Matcha, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Cloud and Enterprise, U.S., Microsoft
  • Harold Wong, Cloud Architect –  Commercial Software Engineering

Topics: Partner ecosystem, middleware, cloud

 

Security track

STIG automation with Ansible

The promise of the cloud is undeniable, but it also creates unique security challenges for U.S. government projects. Red Hat can help customers use the security technical implementation guide (STIG) and comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) at scale using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Project Atomic, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Attendees will learn how Red Hat secures its software supply chain, how to apply STIG settings on numerous cloud instances with Ansible, how Atomic Scan can be used to detect vulnerabilities in container images, and how Red Hat has open sourced a template body of evidence to assist with accrediting containerized apps on OpenShift.

Presenter: Jason Calloway, principal solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat Openshift Container Platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux

 

2:45 - 3:45 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Intro to Red Hat OpenShift Service Catalog

This session will provide an overview of the new Red Hat OpenShift Service Catalog (in tech preview) and the Ansible Service Broker. We will review some hands-on labs around the new service catalog features.

Presenter: Will Refvem, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics:  Red Hat OpenShift, Ansible

 

Automation and management track

Automating risk remediation with Red Hat Insights

Optimizing Red Hat environments can be challenging when done manually. Red Hat Insights enables clients to reduce the effort required to keep Red Hat technology up to date, secure, and optimized for each individual environment.  Learn how Red Hat Insights can provide visibility to vulnerabilities and improve governance and compliance.

Presenter: Will Nix, technical marketing manager, Red Hat

Topics:  Red Hat Insights, management

 

Application development and application delivery track

An API-focused approach to agile integration with Red Hat JBoss Fuse

This session will introduce Red Hat's vision for agile integration in the modern enterprise, allowing organizations to deliver integration solutions with unprecedented agility, flexibility, and scale.  We will cover the fundamental technologies involved in an agile integration architecture and provide concrete guidance on how Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, and Red Hat 3scale API Management can be used to deliver a complete solution.

Presenter: Keith Babo, product management director, Middleware, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat JBoss Fuse, middleware

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Developing modern applications for the cloud

Developing applications to maximize the benefits of the cloud requires new processes and tools.  Hear Adam Clater discuss the value of moving applications to the cloud and how Red Hat development platforms, including Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, and Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization, enable your clients to develop modern applications efficiently.

Presenter: Adam Clater, principal solution architect, Federal, Red Hat

Topics:  Application development, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

 

Security track

Fundamentals of Ansible workshop (Part 1 of 2)

Learn how to configure and demonstrate Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower. This workshop will cover core Ansible and Ansible Tower functionality including:

  • Ansible Tower installation and setup.
  • Navigation of the Ansible Tower web user interface.
  • Configuration and setup of Ansible resources.
  • Organizations, teams, and credentials.
  • Introduction to projects and playbooks.
  • Working with inventories, groups, and hosts.
  • Job templates.
  • Provisioning elastic compute cloud (EC2) instances.
  • Using Ansible for security remediation.

Presenters: Alex Jacocks, solutions architect, Red Hat, and Matthew Miller, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Ansible

 

3:45 - 5:15 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

The business case for Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Join a conversation about Red Hat OpenStack Platform with views from Red Hat and partners about success, positioning, and when to examine different approaches. This talk will cover where Red Hat OpenStack Platform generates value and the industries and organizations that are most invested.

Presenter: Dave Kline, senior alliances solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenStack Platform

 

Automation and management track

Red Hat CloudForms 4.5 update and demo: Deploying a complete multitiered app

This session will introduce the latest release of Red Hat CloudForms 4.5. We will cover Red Hat Ansible Automation inside and describe other products, such as upcoming Red Hat JBoss Middleware, as well as core enhancements available in Amazon, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, and Red Hat OpenShift. Additionally, this session will include a demo of a multitier application deployment in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Presenter: Jerome Marc, technical marketing engineer, Management, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat CloudForms, Amazon, Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat JBoss EAP, Red Hat OpenStack Platform

 

Application development and application delivery track

Equifax was preventable: A DevSecOps tutorial on Red Hat OpenShift

Learn how customers can apply the same world-class software hygiene that Red Hat is famous for in their own product development using the Nexus Platform. DevSecOps in the context of Red Hat OpenShift allows customers to deliver robust, full-stack, solutions faster with higher quality and lower cost. We will share customer case studies illustrating how this approach has impacted delivery.

Presenter: Curtis Yanko, technical director, Alliances and Channels, Sonatype

Topics:  Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, security

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Digital transformation—partnering for success

Digital transformation makes customers disrupt their own markets before they are disrupted by a competitor. With the pressure to deliver transformation quickly and successfully, organizations are looking for guidance from trusted partners with proven solutions.    Learn how Cisco and Red Hat help you deliver a differentiated path of digital transformation that enables key business outcomes for your clients. Hear real-world examples of how others have helped their clients deliver successful digital transformation projects.

Presenter: Craig Crandall, partner executive, Cisco Global Partner Organization, Cisco

Topics: Hybrid cloud, digital transformation, Cisco

 

Security track

Fundamentals of Ansible workshop (Part 2 of 2)

Learn how to configure and demonstrate Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower. This workshop will cover core Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower functionality including:

  • Ansible Tower installation and setup.
  • Navigation of the Ansible Tower web user interface.
  • Configuration and setup of Ansible resources.
  • Organizations, teams, and credentials.
  • Introduction to projects and playbooks.
  • Working with inventories, groups, and hosts.
  • Job templates.
  • Provisioning elastic compute cloud (EC2) instances.
  • Using Ansible for security remediation.

Presenters: Alex Jacocks, solutions architect, Red Hat, and Matthew Miller, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Ansible

 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Containers and cloud track

Selling Red Hat Cloud SKUs

There is a lot of interest in Red Hat cloud products—and many questions. In this session, learn about Red Hat Cloud SKUs, including what is included for each cloud product and how it is priced.

Presenter: Matthew Ward, solutions architect, Red Hat

Topics:  Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenStack Platform

 

Automation and management track

How and why to deploy Red Hat Virtualization in a hosted engine configuration

A hosted engine configuration provides high availability for Red Hat Virtualization Manager, a critical feature for many production virtualization environments. This presentation from Red Hat Summit 2017 discusses the storage architecture and explains how to generate client proposals.

Presenter: Jon Benedict, senior principal technical marketing manager, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat Virtualization, cloud

 

Application development and application delivery track

I want my Red Hat OpenShift on my laptop (Part 1 of 2)

Do you love the idea of Red Hat OpenShift—and the freedom and mobility of developing—on your laptop? What would you give to have your own personal Red Hat OpenShift running locally on your personal machine, with the benefits of continuous integration, DevOps, and automation—and without the need for constant server connectivity? In this session, learn about and experience Minishift and Red Hat Developers Suite—Red Hat’s solution for putting the power of containers, build automation, and deployment directly into the hands, and on the personal machines, of the developer.

Presenter: John Kaczala, channel middleware solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift, DevOps, Red Hat Developers Suite

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

What to do when a client says "We are Ready for DevOps"

During this interactive session, you will hear Chris Van Tuin discuss how to work with clients who think they are ready for DevOps.

Topics include:

  • Are they really ready?
  • What use cases should they start with?
  • How to use Red Hat for a smoother transition?
  • How do partners add value to the process?
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Presenter: Chris Van Tuin, West region chief architect, Red Hat

Topics: DevOps, containers

 

Security track

Fundamentals of container security workshop (Part 1 of 2)

This session will cover security best practices for Linux containers. Attendees will learn how to securely build and run containers using the multiple protections available and low-level, kernel-based protections for containers. This workshop will provide the tools and strategies you need to securely position Linux containers to your clients.

Presenters: Brad Sollar, solutions architect, Red Hat, and Jonathan Van Meter, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, Red Hat OpenShift, containers

 

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Containers and cloud track

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform roadmap

The way clients are using DevOps and containers is changing quickly. Get the latest on how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is evolving to meet customer requirements.

Presenter: Erik Jacobs, principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

 

Automation and management track

Automating Red Hat Virtualization configuration with Ansible

This session will present the value of Red Hat Virtualization and Ansible, using demos and use cases  with a focus on RHV 4.1 and Ansible 2.3.

Presenter: Jon Benedict, senior principal technical marketing manager, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat Virtualization, Ansible

 

Application development and application delivery track

I want my Red Hat OpenShift on my laptop (Part 2 of 2)

Do you love the idea of Red Hat OpenShift—and the freedom and mobility of developing on your laptop? What would you give to have your own personal Red Hat OpenShift running locally on your personal machine, with the benefits of continuous integration, DevOps, and automation—and without the need for constant server connectivity? In this session, learn about and experience Minishift and Red Hat Developers Suite– Red Hat’s solution for putting the power of containers, build automation, and deployment directly into the hands, and on the personal machines, of the developer.

Presenter: John Kaczala, channel middleware solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat OpenShift, DevOps, Red Hat Developers Suite

 

Whiteboards and sponsors

Red Hat CloudForms 4.5 update and demo: Deploying a complete multitiered app

This session will introduce the latest release of Red Hat CloudForms 4.5. We will cover Red Hat Ansible Automation inside and describe other products, such as upcoming Red Hat JBoss Middleware, as well as core enhancements available in Amazon, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, and Red Hat OpenShift. Additionally, this session will include a demo of a multitier application deployment in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Presenter: Jerome Marc, technical marketing engineer, Management, Red Hat

Topics: Red Hat CloudForms, Amazon, Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat JBoss EAP

 

Security track

Fundamentals of container security workshop (Part 2 of 2)

This session will cover security best practices for Linux containers. Attendees will learn how to securely build and run containers using the multiple protections available and low-level, kernel-based protections for containers. This workshop will provide the tools and strategies you need to securely position Linux containers to your clients.

Presenters: Brad Sollar, solutions architect, Red Hat, and Jonathan Van Meter, solution architect, Red Hat

Topics: Security, Red Hat OpenShift, containers

 

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