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OPEN FIRST: Building a foundation for choice and security

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  • 10 de julho de 2018
  • Colorado Springs
  • Cheyenne Mountain Resort
Red Hat and Intel

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OPEN FIRST Road Tour

Federal, state and local agencies are under pressure to innovate and modernize IT, now more than ever. The innovation of today, that enables agencies to modernize and stay modern, is happening in open source.

It’s more than technology. It’s people and processes, too. Open source communities, collaboration and software are the driving force behind innovation in today’s digital world. Red Hat, the world’s open source software leader, is helping agencies modernize applications and infrastructure, speed application development, move workloads to the cloud, and adopt DevOps, with choice and security.

Join Red Hat, Intel and your government peers to hear how agencies are harnessing the power of open source technologies and principles to solve the problems that are unique to your mission.

Event highlights:

  • Inspirational keynotes on digital transformation and IT modernization in government
  • Lively discussions on microservices, automation, DevSecOps and more
  • Real world stories of open source innovation in government
  • Networking with government leaders, peers and open source experts

This event is complimentary. Food and drinks will be provided.

Space is limited for this event, register now to reserve your seat.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

11:00–12:00 p.m. Registration & Lunch
12:00–12:30 p.m. Balancing Speed & Stability: Digital Transformation for Government
12:30–1:45 p.m. A catalyst for Government IT Modernization
1:45–2:15 p.m. DevSecOps in a Digital World
2:15–2:30 p.m. BREAK
2:30–3:00 p.m. Navigating Microservices Architecture
3:00–3:15 p.m. Optimize IT Infrastructure and Modernize Legacy Applications
3:15–3:45 p.m. Automation to drive out complexity, lower cost and increase security
3:45–5:00 p.m. Networking Happy Hour

Adam Clater, Host and Speaker, Balancing Speed & Stability: Digital Transformation in Government
Adam Clater is the Chief Architect of the Office of the Chief Technologist of Red Hat's North America Public Sector organization. He works internationally with federal agencies, integrators and Red Hat partners & Communities to promote and define the use of enterprise open source solutions. Adam is passionate about the use of enterprise supported open source innovation for the betterment of government and our nation and has been recognized as a thought leader within Red Hat and throughout the public sector industry. Adam is frequently published in GovEec, Government Computing News, FedTech Magazine and other publications. Adam has experienced first hand the evolving role that I.T. has played in the federal government for nearly two decades, starting with his role as a Systems Administrator at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1997. Prior to joining Red Hat, Adam was a senior architect, system administrator and lead for a variety of commercial and government agencies including:

  • The National Education Association
  • RSA Security
  • AOL/Time Warner
  • Lockheed Martin / US Army



 

Ted Brunell, Principal Solution Architect at Red Hat. Speaker: DevSecOps in a Digital World
Ted Brunell is the Principal Solution Architect for DoD Programs at Red Hat. During his 5+ years at Red Hat, Ted has focused on enabling customers to adopt of Open Source technology for IT automation and cloud computing. Ted is also a retired US Marine and in his spare time, he helps organize a Linux Users Group in his hometown of Fredericksburg, VA. He enjoys fishing, craft beer, good pizza, and tinkering with technology.






 

David CoDelli, Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat. Speaker: Navigating Microservices Architecture
David Codelli is a Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat Software. A 25-year veteran of business integration, David worked on complex systems and applications in health care, financial services, aerospace, and manufacturing before assuming leadership roles in product management and marketing. He has worked with many leading edge companies including Sun Microsystems, Verizon, McKesson, and General Atomics. David has a deep understanding of information security and governance, enterprise integration, distributed systems, and cloud platforms. He holds a bachelor's degree in Information and Computer Science from Georgia Tech.




 

Paul Dopp, Manager, DOD Emerging Technologies at Red Hat. Speaker: Optimize IT Infrastructure and Modernize Legacy Applications
Paul Dopp has spent 25 years working in the IT industry covering verticals in federal, DOD, state and local, financial services and healthcare. He has worked at many top IT companies including VMWare, Mirantis, Oracle, IBM, Intel and Sun Microsystems.






 

Bill Kemp, Sr. Solutions Architect Emerging Technologies at Red Hat. Speaker: Optimize IT Infrastructure and Modernize Legacy Applications
Bill Kemp is Sr. Solutions Architect with Red Hat focused on integration, automation, cloud, containers, DevOps, data and analytics. Bill has over 30 years in IT and has worked at many top companies including Oracle, BEA, Lockheed Martin, Verizon. Bill has experience as a developer, consultant and as a solutions architect.






 

Chris Reynolds, Cloud Architect at Red Hat.
Chris Reynolds is a Cloud Architect for Red Hat North American Public Sector. He is a Ansible and Satellite SME for the Federal Government space, including training, integration, enablement, and helping to identify product requirements and solutions for the Federal Government. With more than 10 years working in both Linux® and virtualization, Chris is experienced in systems management, configuration management, and system provisioning at Red Hat.






 

Josh Ranoa, Red Hat’s Open Innovation Labs Manager. Speaker: A catalyst for Government IT Modernization

Local do evento

Date: July 10, 2018

Time: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: Cheyenne Mountain Resort
3225 Broadmoor Valley Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

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