Proven use cases and real world examples from Red Hat customers always make for some of the best Red Hat Summit sessions, and this year is no exception.
Some of the customer sessions already getting attention on the 2014 agenda include:
> Scholastic moves to the cloud with Red Hat
Santosh Satyan: Manager, Application Development, Scholastic
Daryn McCool: Digital & e-Commerce Engineering, Scholastic
Jerome Boutaud: Senior product manager, Red Hat
> Running & monitoring OpenShift Enterprise
Anderson Dang: Systems administrator, PayPal
Mike McGrath: Principal OpenShift architect, Red Hat
Dan Trainor: Consultant, Red Hat
> Red Hat technology in U.S. healthcare
Rob Barker: Director, Application development, Cigna
Brijesh Kalidindi: Senior IT manager, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Michigan
Seong K. Mun: CEO, OSEHR
Host: Don Frederick: Senior solution architect, Red Hat
> Deploying an OpenStack private cloud with Red Hat
Joseph Antony: Manager, Cloud, Online & Data-centric Services, Australian National University
Rimma Iontel: Distinguished member of technical staff, Verizon
Matt Walburn: Enterprise IT infrastructure architect, Target
James Weatherell: HPC Linux engineer III, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT
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