Join us at Red Hat's annual Summit: Connect on September 15, 2022. The event is free and open to the public, and will be held at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge and hosted by Red Hat employees and leaders. This year, we're offering several sessions, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 discussions. Learn how to create your apps the cloud-native way with Red Hat OpenShift developer tools, and how to use Red Hat's cloud services to rapidly deliver cloud-native applications—all for free!
The conference is for those who are interested in open source technologies, as well as people interested in learning more about what Red Hat does every day. You can attend the speaking sessions and see demos of some of Red Hat's latest tools and technologies.
From the morning through the evening, you can expect to hear from Red Hat experts on topics ranging from deploying OpenShift on bare metal servers or in virtualized environments to using Ansible playbooks to manage containers. If you want in-depth details about Red Hat's plans for the future, join us for keynote speakers or labs.
Labs at Red Hat Summit: Connect
We're excited to offer attendees two options to experience our products. The first is instructor-led laboratories where you will work with Red Hat experts, and the second is self-paced labs which you can use at our kiosks throughout the event. All labs vary in expertise level from beginner to expert. Labs include:
The definitive Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 hands-on lab: You'll experience a mix of self-paced and proctored exercises covering the core and updated capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9. This one-day hands-on lab will provide you with the opportunity to learn about some of the key new features and capabilities in the latest version of the OS.
The lab will be led by a team of Red Hat field solution architects who've worked with customers across many different industries and geographies using RHEL 9, so there's sure to be something that catches everyone's interest.
You'll get an up-close look at how users are leveraging these new capabilities from both an operations perspective and a development and testing perspective.
Create your apps the cloud-native way with OpenShift Developer tools: If you're new to Red Hat and OpenShift, you may be interested in the OpenShift Origin project. It provides an open source application platform for deploying and managing container-based applications on bare metal cluster, virtualized, or public cloud infrastructure.
This lab will guide you through building your first application on OpenShift Origin using the Maven archetype for Java web applications. You'll walk through a complete e-shop implementation—from code to deploy—using OpenShift's ecosystem of tools and frameworks.
Ansible automation controller for advanced users: This workshop is geared toward experienced Ansible users, offering insights into the capabilities of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform.
Participants will learn how to use the automation controller, an open-source solution that enables you to centralize your Ansible automation and orchestration.
Using Red Hat Cloud Services to rapidly deliver cloud-native applications: The Red Hat Cloud Services portfolio is a set of managed cloud services that provide a range of capabilities to build and deploy applications native to the cloud.
Red Hat Cloud Services provide a unified cloud experience, with a consistent set of APIs and a common command-line interface. The portfolio offers developers an easy way to consume Red Hat's open infrastructure technologies. In this lab, you'll learn how to build data-driven applications using these services.
Add Red Hat Summit: Connect to your calendar
To find out more about the sessions we're hosting, get directions to our booths, and add our sessions to your schedule, please visit the Summit: Connect website. You can register now for your free pass.
And don't miss our other upcoming conferences:
- Dallas, Texas: September 28, Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West
- San Francisco, California: September 29, Hilton San Francisco Union Square