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Call for Proposals Now Open for Red Hat Summit 2015

Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the call for proposals is now open for the eleventh annual Red Hat Summit, to be held June 23-26, 2015, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Red Hat Summit brings together a global audience to discuss innovations shaping the next generation of IT infrastructures.

Red Hat Summit provides an ideal agenda for Red Hat customers, partners, technology industry visionaries, open source community members, and anyone looking to use open source software in their business. From cloud and storage to containers and embedded systems, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the Red Hat solutions that can help them prepare for the future of IT.

On the docket this year, Red Hat Summit 2015 will feature visionary keynotes along with hands-on training and labs, interactive sessions, live demos, networking opportunities, panels and partner showcases. The sessions will vary in technical difficulty, from analyst-led sessions and customer panels meant for a business audience, to labs, demos, and accelerated training courses designed for a highly technical audience.

Red Hat is currently accepting speaking submissions in the following categories:

  • Application and data integration
  • Application and platform infrastructure
  • Application development
  • Business and IT strategy alignment
  • Cloud deep dive
  • Cloud readiness
  • Community and partner ecosystem
  • Emerging technologies
  • IT efficiency
  • Taste of training
  • Town hall (panels)

The deadline to submit speaking proposals is Jan. 7, 2015. Selected speakers will be notified in March 2015, and registration for Red Hat Summit 2015 is scheduled to open in March 2015.

Published Thursday, November 20, 2014 12:44 PM by David Marshall
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