Experience open source in the city of champions.
For this year’s Red Hat Summit party, we’re taking you out to the ball game. The Red Hat Summit party will take place at Fenway Park to watch the Red Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles. Below, you can find details about transportation and how to pick up your ticket once onsite.
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This year’s Red Hat Summit agenda is filled with over 300 amazing sessions. Check out some of these agenda highlights based on industry and topic, or check out the full agenda here.
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Prior to each Red Hat Summit, we receive thousands of submissions for speaking sessions through our CFP process. A team of content experts then reviews these submissions and narrows it down to the best and most relevant sessions. Follow the Twitter list from @RedHatSummit to stay up to date on this yea’rs speaker. Be sure to follow them on social media for updates on Red Hat Summit sessions.
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For the past 12 years, Red Hat Summit has moved across the U.S. and around the world. This event brings together the largest group of customers, partners, and community enthusiasts to learn, network, and experience the power of open source in the enterprise.
There are countless reasons why we’re excited for this year’s Red Hat Summit, but here are our top 10:
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Each year at Red Hat, excitement bubbles around the upcoming theme for Red Hat Summit. What better way to pick a theme for the premier open source event than by using the Open Decision Framework? The Red Hat Summit team (50+ Red Hatters) was asked to share thoughts and ideas for this year’s theme. From there, a smaller core group lead the project, with continual feedback from experts across Red Hat.
“The additional benefit of opening the process up to the larger group is that everyone has a chance to contribute and understand (what can sometimes be a messy) creative process. Understanding leads to openness and trust, which in turn leads to a stronger solution everyone is on board with.”
-Senior graphic designer, Creative Strategy + Design, Colleen
After many collaborative discussions across Red Hat, the theme for 2017 is the impact of the individual.
Why did we choose the impact of the individual as the theme?
This year at Red Hat Summit, we want to celebrate you—the individual. For open source innovation is only possible because of the people behind it.
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Celebrate innovation and knowledge at the world’s leading open source technology event. Red Hat is seeking session content and award nominations to help promote and award IT open source expertise and success at Red Hat® Summit 2017.
Call for content now open:
Share your expertise with thousands of IT professionals from a variety of industries. Submit your original idea for a Red Hat Summit session. The deadline is December 2.
Red Hat Innovation Awards:
Know a leader in IT and open source innovation? Nominate an individual or company to win a 2017 Red Hat Innovation Award recognizing their creative thinking, determined problem solving, and open source innovation. The deadline is November 9.
Women in Open Source Awards:
Nominations are open for the 2017 Women in Open Source award. Recognize women making an impact today.
Red Hat Summit sponsorship opportunities now available
Recruitment of partner sponsors for the 2017 Red Hat Summit has begun. Partners of all types from all geographies are encouraged to participate as sponsors, exhibitors and speakers at the event. In 2016, we had record-setting attendance and over 103 partner sponsors at Summit. We look forward to expanding the partner presence in 2017 with your help! Partners interested in sponsoring and exhibiting at Summit may contact email@example.com or complete the Sponsor Interest web form.
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e-NABLE: An open source design, a 3D printed prosthetic hand, and a very happy child
Not long ago, Richard Van As, a carpenter in need of a prosthetic hand, had an idea. He contacted a special effects artist and puppeteer, and began working on a prototype that would revolutionize how prosthetics are made for young adults. What came of that idea—an affordable, 3D printed prosthetic that moves and articulates like a robotic hand—simply would not exist without the collaborative work of a team of dedicated open source makers.
We felt this was open source thinking at its best. So we made a movie about it.
Stop by the Open Source Stories Theater at Red Hat Summit (Moscone West, Level 3) to see our award-winning short, e-NABLE: Open technology, faster progress.
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Storage, containers, and objects
Isn’t it funny how storage, containers, and objects mean something quite different in the IT world than they do in everyday life? You can find all 3 at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco. Key announcements at this year’s event include object storage with Red Hat Ceph Storage, and container-native storage with Red Hat Gluster Storage. Learn more about new features, enhancements, and technology previews at the Red Hat Storage Blog.
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