Open Source culture and technology at Red Hat Forum Madrid

by | Jan 9, 2020

There is no doubt that the digital transformation is already a reality . Most companies and organizations have changed and improved the way they work thanks to the important advances in technology. IT evolves vertiginously and provides the opportunity to explore new opportunities with each new project and, eventually, to adopt the best solutions for the business.

It is here that the Open Source plays a fundamental role. Thanks to open solutions technology and culture go hand in hand to help professionals expand their possibilities, setting the best IT base, which allows them to adapt to changes and provide interoperable, adjustable, elastic and scalable solutions.

Those professionals who wish to be at the forefront of these technologies have an appointment at Red Hat Forum Madrid. This event will help them get inspired through a collaborative and open model, based on Open Source.

Leading IT experts in the industry will bring the latest Open Source advances in cloud, platform, virtualization, automation, middleware, storage and management to the public.
Organizations such as Banco Santander, Banco Sabadell, CEPSA, the Community Board of Castilla-La Mancha and Santalucía Seguros will present their way of applying Open Source technology in the enterprise.

All attendees will have the opportunity to participate in technical breakouts, Hands-on-Lab about Ansible Automation, Deep Dive on OpenShift 4.2 and OpenShift Container Storage. In addition, they can attend keynotes and enjoy networking with Red Hat experts.

Red Hat Forum Madrid will be held on January 16 at the North Convention Center of Ifema. For more information and registration see the event website.



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