Billed “the year’s premier open source technology event,” Red Hat Summit showcases “the latest and greatest in cloud computing, platform, virtualization, middleware, storage, and systems management technologies.” Attendees gain industry knowledge through a combination of exhibits, keynote and breakout sessions, demos, networking opportunities, and more.
Cisco at Red Hat Summit 2017
At this year’s Red Hat Summit, Cisco will be on hand to showcase its intelligence across the network, highlighting simple, secure, transformative cloud-based infrastructure. Join us in Boston from May 2–4, 2017 as we share powerful solutions to move your business forward in a hybrid IT world.
From software to data centers, cloud computing to systems management, we will display a range of innovations for the enterprise. Additionally, our experts will provide insights about Cisco’s portfolio and market trends during a breakout session and theater presentation.
Connect with Cisco DevNet, Red Hat, and the Open Source Developer Community
As you prep for this year’s Red Hat Summit, engage with Cisco DevNet’s Open Source Dev Center to gain access to everything open source at Cisco, including learning labs, developer sandboxes, and much more. Then at the summit, be sure to catch my talks in the theater at the Cisco booth.
“Hands on Containerized Deployment of OpenStack” - Tuesday, May 2 at 3:30PM
“Getting Started with OpenDaylight” - Wednesday, May 3 at 5:00PM
“Combining Open Source with Open Standards” - Thursday, May 4 at 12:30PM
I will also be available after each talk in the Expert Bar to answer any questions related to my talks or anything open source at Cisco.
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