Red Hat Accepting Speaking Proposals for Red Hat Summit 2016

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that speaking proposals are being accepted for Red Hat Summit 2016, the industry's premier open source technology event. The 12th annual Red Hat Summit is scheduled to take place June 28 – July 1, 2016 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Red Hat Summit has become a must-attend event for open source technology, with customers, partners, and open source industry leaders from around the world coming together for a high-energy week of innovation, education, and collaboration.
Attendees at Red Hat Summit 2016 will hear keynotes from some of the biggest names in technology and will have opportunities to network while also attending hands-on training and labs, interactive sessions, live demos, panels, and partner showcases. Red Hat Summit will feature something for everyone, with expert-led sessions geared towards different roles and industries.

At Red Hat Summit 2016, attendees will hear about technology innovations that are transforming enterprise technology. Red Hat is accepting proposals for the event on a wide range of topics, including: application development; big data; cloud computing; containers; DevOps; hybrid IT infrastructure; the Internet of Things (IoT); Linux platforms; management; middleware; mobile; storage; virtualization; and more.

The deadline to submit speaking proposals is Jan. 11, 2016. Selected speakers will be notified in March 2016.

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