Red Hat Forum EMEA 2020 takes place next week

by | Oct 30, 2020

Red Hat Forum EMEA 2020 will be held next Tuesday, November 3. This year it will be an online session, so all IT professionals interested in the technologies of this manufacturer and in enterprise Open Source in general will be able to attend from wherever they are.

After the opening, the event will begin with the Keynote of Werner Knoblich, General Manager of Red Hat EMEA, who will give the company’s vision of the innovation possibilities of the hybrid cloud.

Starting at 11:00 there will be breakout sessions with specific contents for each region. Among other things, interesting case studies will be presented. Different organizations will reveal how they are optimizing and automating their IT environments to face new management challenges.

The main Open Source technologies that are helping organizations accelerate their digital transformation processes will be analyzed: Containers, Kubernetes, orchestration, automation, data management, security, Edge, hybrid cloud, virtualization

Red Hat experts will perform technical demos of the latest new tech improvements and attendees will have the opportunity to participate in live chats with them and to make online networking with the rest of the participants.

More information and registration at the event website.



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