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Webinar

Changes to CentOS Project: introducing CentOS Stream

Watch recording from 2020年 5月 26日

A rolling preview of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

For over five years, Red Hat and the CentOS Project have been working together to further the development of Linux. Launched late last year, the CentOS Stream project represents an evolution in this partnership.

CentOS Stream is a constantly updated “in-development distribution” that stays ahead of the next minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), offering a preview of forthcoming kernels and features. It encourages further collaboration in RHEL development by making insight available to a broad community of developers and users.

This informative, one-hour webinar, being run exclusively for Nokia, will be presented by Red Hat’s Brian Exelbierd, Principal Technical Program Manager.

Ivan Bodunov, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat, will be your host and will ensure there’s time for questions.

We believe the webinar will be of value – and interest – to any Nokia user of RHEL keen to know what’s coming down the line. We’ll look forward to hearing that you will be joining us on the day. 

Ivan, Brian & their colleague Hervé Lemaitre, Business Development Manager Red Hat  will be available for Q&A before the webinar closes.


Webinar live date: May 26, 2020
Webinar live time: 9:00 GMT/ 10:00 BST / 11:00 CEST
The event will be recorded and available on-demand for one year after it takes place.

Speakers

Ivan Bodunov

Red Hat

Ivan Bodunov

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat

WEBINAR HOST

Ivan Bodunov is a Senior Solution Architect within the Red Hat EMEA Telco team. In this role he works as an account architect for Nokia globally, covering a wide portfolio of Red Hat products and technologies. Before joining Red Hat, Ivan worked in Nokia Networks for 16 years, undertaking roles ranging from software engineer to system architect, solution consultant to business development manager. Throughout he was focused on helping Nokia develop, deliver and sell products and solutions within Core platforms, OSS and RAN domains.  Ivan holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland, and a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Saint-Petersburg Electrotechnical University, Russia

Hervé Lemaitre

Red Hat

Hervé Lemaitre

Business Development Manager, Red Hat

Hervé Lemaitre has been in the opensource ecosystem for more than 18 years. Since 2006, he accompanies Red Hat growth and drives enterprise opensource adoption within corporations. As EMEA Business Strategist & Technologist today, after years of service as Technical Director and Field CTO in France, he is in charge of positioning Red Hat technologies and solutions portfolio in the domains of I.T infrastructures, cloud, application development and devops, and developing Red Hat Platform business. Hervé Lemaitre owns an engineering double degree from both University of Technologie of Compiegne and Cranfield University, in Computer Sciences, Mathematics and Telecommunications, as well as a pre-doctorate DEA degree in Robotics from INRIA. He started his career at Sun Microsystems in 1993 and joined, as Technical Director, SuSE/Novell in 2003.

Brian Exelbierd

Red Hat

Brian Exelbierd

Principal Technical Program Manager, Red Hat

Brian (bex) Exelbierd is the RHEL Community Business Owner and works to inform the RHEL roadmap with community efforts and to support Operating System communities. At Red Hat, Brian has worked as a technical writer, software engineer, content strategist, community architect and now as a product manager. Brian spends his day enabling Red Hat Operating System communities and easing the way for RHEL to participate in the great things they do. Before Red Hat, Brian worked with the University of Delaware as the Director of Graduate and Executive Programs in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and as a Budget Analyst. Brian’s background in software engineering stretches back years before his university work and includes stints in both business and government. Many of his projects are the "glue code" or interstitial pieces that fill the spaces between systems, providing continuity and ease of use. Follow his blog at www.winglemeyer.org.