Eric D. Schabell: Red Hat Forum UKI 2015 in London

Friday, September 4, 2015

Red Hat Forum UKI 2015 in London

There is an event coming to the United Kingdom and Ireland that will be hosting Red Hat's most influential speakers.

Not only will Ashesh Badani, VP & General Manager OpenShift BU, enlighten you on the Cloud vision and strategy... Not only will Mike Piech, VP & General Manager Middleware, present the middleware & mobile vision and strategy... Red Hat's very own Jim Whitehurst, President & CEO, will deliver the keynote on our Open Organization.

You don't want to miss this in London on 17th of September so register now to enjoy tracks like these:

DevOps & Mobility Track

14:45 – 15:40,  Mobile application based on Open Source technologies
Overview: Join the session to learn how building a mobile application has never been easier then with Red Hat Mobile using a backend built on top of Fuse running within containers on Openshift.

16:10 – 17:05,  DevOps, Microservices & Continuous Delivery with OpenShift v3
Overview: This session introduces OpenShift v3 and show how it can be used to support DevOps methods, microservices application architectures and application continuous delivery.

Looking to Automate your business?

Cloud Track

13:45 – 14:40,  How to Build an Open Hybrid Cloud
Many businesses are keen to start embracing the flexibility and the efficiencies of a Hybrid Cloud Computing model, but they don't know where to start. Join the session and find out where you are now and what efficiencies and agility of the Cloud you can use with the assets you already have. Also learn how to add in new technologies and methodologies such as OpenStack, containers and DevOps at your own pace and in a supported environment.

Infrastructure Track

16:10 – 17:05 The many faces of RHEL7, what are they for & how do you manage them
Overview: RHEL, Atomic Host, Real Time, HPC, SAP, Cloud images, Docker images, and more. Red Hat now offers more ways than ever to consume Red Hat Enterprise Linux, so
which one is the right one to use in any given scenario? Join the session and find out.

Check out the agenda for all the specifics and details, see you there?