Zohaib Hhan, Practice Lead, Application Modernization & Migration, Red Hat and Malik Sayed, Sr. Manager, Digital Architecture, Verizon speak in this breakout session at the Red Hat Summit 2017.
Building a fast and scalable architecture for SKY TV Video Encoding with Openshift Container Platform and Red Hat Gluster Storage
Davide Gandino, OTT and Cloud Processing & Delivery Manager, Sky Television, Samuele Dell'Angelo, Solution Architect, Red Hat, and Frederico Nebiolo, Architect, Red Hat share inightss in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Hear from Claus Isben, Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat in this breakout session from Red Hat Summit 2017.
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.
Watch Matthias Krohnen, Manager IT, Lead Innovation Lab, Miles & More GmbH, Torben Jaegar, Middleware Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat, and Pagop, Middleware Sales Specialist, Red Hat speak in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
This breakout session from Red Hat Summit 2017 features Mike Barrett, OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat, Diogenes Rettori, OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat, and Steve Speicher, OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat.
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.
Hear from Dustin Black, Sr. Architect, Software-Defined Storage, Red Hat and Benjamin Turner, Principal Software Quality Engineer, Red Hat in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
What happens when 25 middle school girls from Roxbury get together, build and code their own Raspberry Pi cameras, learn about Emily Dickinson, and are asked to collaboratively interpret one of her most famous poems using the cameras they just built?
A visual re-imagining of an Emily Dickinson poem produced by the participants of Red Hat Co.Lab, shot on Raspberry Pi cameras they built themselves, curated and edited collaboratively by the the group.
Learn more: redhat.com/colab