Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere. As the weather gets warmer, Red Hat is also turning up the heat for our April events. From the future of cloud computing and virtualization, to running Linux in financial markets- we’ll be at events all over the world to help you better understand what Red Hat has to offer. Be sure to register for the EMEA Partner Summit next month, and Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in June! In the meantime, check out where you can find Red Hat in the month of April.
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Red Hat will host “The Future of Cloud Computing- Transforming Business and IT with Open Source Tools,” April 8 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Led by Red Hat senior consulting engineer, Jan Mark Holzer, this webinar speaks specifically to the future of cloud computing in the telecommunications industry. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat and the Fedora Project are both sponsors at Texas Linux Fest, April 10, in Austin, TX. Red Hat Community Architecture manager Max Spevack will deliver a talk on “5 Important Topics in the Intersection of Open Source Software and Education, and How You Can Participate.” There will also be a booth staffed by Fedora Ambassadors with free gifts for attendees, free technical advice and help getting involved with Fedora. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat is a Gold Sponsor of the SAS Global Forum, April 11-14 at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle, WA. We will have live demos of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops at our booth. In addition, Red Hat senior consulting engineer, Doug Shakshober, will co-present “SAS on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Reference Architecture.” For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat is a Gold Sponsor of 2010 High Performance Computing Linux Financial Markets, April 19 in New York. Red Hat will be participating in two panels, Session 6: “Scaling Up Low Latency Architecture for Accelerated Wall Street Trading,” and Session 9: “Cloud Computing.” We will also be at booth 203. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat is a Silver Sponsor of the 2010 Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, April 19-21 in New York City. We will be located in booth #133, and Mike Ferris, Director of Product Strategy, Cloud Computing, will be speaking in the Enterprise Cloud Computing track on Monday at 4:40 p.m. ET. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat President and CEO, Jim Whitehurst, will be delivering the keynote address at CED Venture 2010 on April 21 in Pinehurst, NC. This annual event showcases the Southeast region’s premier high-growth entrepreneurial companies in the life science and technology arenas. To learn more about the event or to register, please click here.
Red Hat’s release engineer for Fedora, Jesse Keating, will deliver two talks at Linux Fest North West, April 24-25 in Bellingham, WA – the first provides a sneak peek at Fedora 13, and the second talk will focus on the popular distributed source code management tool git. There will be a Fedora booth with giveaways for conference attendees, and One Laptop Per Child XO laptops. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat is a Silver Sponsor of iTech Summit in Canada this year. We will be located in booth #18 at both Montreal on April 27, and Toronto on April 29. Jan Mark Holzer, Red Hat senior consulting engineer, will present, “Empowering the Ecosystem” at both locations. For more information and to register, click here.
Red Hat vice president, Open Source Affairs, Michael Tiemann is presenting at the Metroplex Technology Business Council Technology Luncheon on April 23, 2010 at 11:15 a.m. ET in Richardson, TX. Find out more on Red Hat’s open source strategy in this presentation that will take a concentrated look at the adoption of open source platforms at an enterprise level, the use of open source to reduce risk and project complexity, and a discussion about the open source initiative. Be sure to register before April 22.
Stop by FutureWeb on April 30 in Raleigh, NC to hear a panel on the “Future of Open Source” moderated by Red Hat’s executive vice president, Corporate Affairs, Tom Rabon and featuring Michael Tiemann, vice president, Open Source Affairs as a panelist along with representatives from Google and NC State University. FutureWeb provides a forum in which participants in the digital age extend their vision beyond the status quo and discuss their expectations and hopes for the future of the web. For more information and to register, click here.
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Red Hat will host a JBug (JBoss User Group) on April 20 in London. The JBug is a regular gathering of JBoss Professional and other Open Source product users, developers, technical managers and architects. The next JBug will focus on Enterprise JBoss, and will include latest updates and roadmap with Mark Little, senior director engineering, Middleware Engineering, and an SOA Demo with Graham Gear, solution architect for JBoss. For more information and to register, click here.
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