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Connect with Red Hat and Intel for an information-packed day focused on all things containers—current trends, key benefits, best practices, and how containers can help evolve your infrastructure.
Location: Gillette Stadium, 1 Patriots Place, Foxborough, MA 02035
Date: October 24, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Why traditional storage is sub-optimal for modern workloads
- Best practices for deploying containers on premise
- Top architecture, performance, and security concerns for managing containers in a hybrid or multicloud environment
- Best practices for getting started with containers
- Tips and tricks for successful container deployments
- Applying updates, troubleshooting problems, and lessons learned
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
IT business leaders, architects, DevOps engineers, security professionals, infrastructure and operations professionals, and application developers who are focused on securing their organization’s infrastructure and applications. This conference is not a hands-on workshop, but many of the presentations and live demos are geared toward a technical audience.
Container experts and industry thought leaders will present on trends in container deployment, including:
- Enterprise Kubernetes
- Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform
- Migrating container applications
- Demonstration of a CI/CD setup within OpenShift Container Platform
- Container-native storage
- Istio for microservices
- Container security
ABOUT RED HAT AND INTEL
Red Hat and Intel offer a strategic approach to more easily build cloud-native applications, deploy them, and manage workloads across a hybrid cloud. Together, Red Hat and Intel fuel business speed—without compromising the performance of existing technology.
During this one-day, one-track conference, you’ll enjoy networking opportunities with industry peers, customer success stories, panel discussions, and open forum Q&A sessions.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Check-in / registration
How a modern IT infrastructure can make disruption an opportunity | Chris Morgan, director of technical marketing, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat and Darren Pulsipher, Enterprise Solution Architect, Intel
Container Adoption at Scale | Tim Hunt, senior architect, Red Hat
Risk analytics for real-time fraud detection on OpenShift | Ken Chenis, chief architect, ACI Worldwide
11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
OpenShift architecture 101 | Erik Jacobs, principal technical marketing manager, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat
10 layers of container security | Dan Walsh, consulting software engineer, OpenShift, Red Hat
Container supply chain | Thomas Cameron, senior principal cloud evangelist, application development, Red Hat
Bringing Istio to OpenStack: Mesh expansion across OpenStack instances | Brian Harrington, product manager, Istio, Red Hat
Ask the experts panel
4:15 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
Tour and Happy Hour
Date: October 24, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Gillette Stadium, 1 Patriots Place, Foxborough, MA 02035
consulting engineer, Red Hat
Dan Walsh is a Red Hat consulting engineer. Dan has led the Red Hat Container Engineering team since August 2013 but has been working on container technology for several years. He has made many contributions to the Docker project, has done a lot of the software development on the Atomic project, and has led the SELinux project, concentrating on applications and policy development. Dan helped develop sVirt, secure virtualization, and the SELinux sandbox, an early desktop container tool in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6. Prior to Red Hat, Dan worked at BindView (formerly Netect) on vulnerability assessment products and at Digital Equipment Corporation on the Athena project, as well as AltaVista on its firewall/tunnel (VPN) products.
Brian “Redbeard” Harrington
product manager, Red Hat
Brian Harrington, also known as “Redbeard,” was chief architect at CoreOS and is now the product manager for Istio at Red Hat. He is a developer, hacker, and technical writer in the areas of open source development and systems administration. His time spent in both defensive and offensive computing have combined with his readings of classical anarchism to present new ideas in organizational hierarchies for software development. Redbeard has been featured on Al Jazeera as an expert in the field of computer security, and he has been seen and heard on Bloomberg Television and National Public Radio. He was grudgingly elected president of the hackerspace, HacDC.
principal technical marketing manager, Red Hat
Erik Jacobs is a principal technical marketing manager for Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform. Erik was a solutions architect for 6 years prior to taking on this role and he’s a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA). From his past work, he is well-versed in a wide range of high-tech arenas including satellite/broadcast, internet, and automotive. In addition to English and Japanese, Erik speaks some German and Spanish.
director of technical marketing, Red Hat
Chris Morgan is the director of technical marketing for Red Hat cloud platforms, which includes Red Hat® OpenShift®, Red Hat OpenStack® Platform, and Red Hat Virtualization. He has more than 20 years of experience in various areas of cloud and application technologies with the last 10 years of that being with Red Hat. Prior to Red Hat, Chris spent a large portion of his early career at IBM, where he worked on cross-brand initiatives to bring various IBM software products together as cohesive solutions. His broad experience has allowed him to research and work on ideas and solutions to address next-generation markets.
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senior principal cloud evangelist, Red Hat
Thomas Cameron is a Red Hat senior principal cloud evangelist who has been a top 10% presenter at Red Hat Summit for the last 8 years. Thomas has presented at industry events for HP, Intel, Dell, Red Hat, and many others. He has presented at LinuxFest Northwest, Southeast LinuxFest, Flock to Fedora, Texas Linuxfest, Southern California Linux Expo, All Things Open, and many others. Thomas specializes in making complex topics easy to digest, which is why he is consistently rated a top presenter. He has presented on deeply technical topics including Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, Security Enhanced Linux, high availability clustering, systems management, performance tuning, and security, as well as topics like Red Hat's relationship with open source.
chief architect, ACI Worldwide
Ken Chenis is an ACI Worldwide chief architect who provides architectural leadership and leads initiatives for ACI’s Product Development organization in the areas of payment intelligence, fraud prevention, security, and SaaS/cloud. In the evolution of ACI’s payment intelligence and fraud platform, Ken leads architects and engineers on innovative projects in the areas of microservices, big data, complex event processing, stream analytics, cloud computing, containerization, and data security. He has a diverse background in enterprise software technologies with a focus on the payments industry, the healthcare industry, and customer relationship management. Ken has three patents pending in the areas of complex event processing, machine learning, and payment initiation.
senior architect, Red Hat
Timothy Hunt is a Red Hat senior architect for the Red Hat® Consulting container practice. He has worked on Red Hat OpenShift® Container Platform since its initial version. Tim has deep experience working with large enterprises to design and deploy OpenShift as well as assisting them in migrating workloads to containers.