Rob Davis, VP Storage Technology, Mellanox and Illker Cebeli, Sr. Director of Product Planning, Samsung, share in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Todd Mancini, lead product manager, Developer Tools, Red Hat, introduces OpenShift.io in this breakout session from Red Hat Summit 2017.
Marco Bill-Peter, vice president of customer experience and engagement at Red Hat, introduces the Red Hat Innovation Awards, which recognize technology achievements of Red Hat customers and partners worldwide.
Alisha Gibb, founder and executive director of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA), talks about bringing open source to a new layer of products through open source hardware, including developing criteria, a checklist, and a certification process.
John Felton, vice president of IT applications and operations for Sprint, discusses the challenges and benefits of adopting NFV in telco. John explains that a culture of collaboration is critical for successful adoption of NFV solutions.
Jay Jamison, HPE, at Red Hat Summit 2017: Making hybrid IT simple: The partnership between HPE & Red Hat
Jay Jamison, vice president of strategy, Software-Defined and Cloud Group, at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, talks about the complexity of today’s IT infrastructures and HPE’s mission to make hybrid IT simpler.
Caleb Harper, principal investigator and director of the Open Agriculture Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, discusses the convergence of the digital world and biology, specifically for the creation of food.
Jason Hoffman, vice president, head of product area cloud infrastructure at Ericsson, describes how network function virtualization (NFV) at tremendous scale is both the chief medium of modern communication and the fabric of our unfolding future.
Julia White, corporate vice president for Azure and Security Marketing at Microsoft, talks about how Microsoft and Red Hat are partnering to empower digital transformation using the cloud.
Kirk Skaugen, executive vice president and president of Lenovo Data Center Group, discusses Lenovo’s commitment to open source and why the company thinks different is better. Lenovo now participates in more than 30 different open source standards organizations.