All decks
  • Identity Management in RHEL -Philly 2016

    IDM Overview of the use cases, solutions, and roadmap.

  • RHEL 7/Atomic/Container Roadmap -Philly 2016

    There's a lot of buzz in the industry about Containers yet most people talking about them fail to understand that not everyone is tracking this closely. In this talk, we'll address fundamental customer questions such as, "What are they?", "What problems do they solve?" and Where is all of this headed?". Containers are the ultimate catalyst for hybrid IT, allowing organizations to unite traditional and cloud-native infrastructure, reduce the friction between development and operations, and deliver value to customers faster. Learn why Red Hat is the only holistic container solution for customers and partners as they embrace containers as a better way to deliver applications.

  • CloudForms -Philly 2016 Event

    Technical Product Roadmap

  • Red Hat CloudForms Philly 2016 Event

    "CloudForms 4.1 and 4.2 Roadmap A session on what's new in CloudForms 4.1 and show some roadmap for 4.2 as well. CloudForms 4.1 was just released in June at the last Red Hat Summit. Marty will highlight key areas of enhancement. This will be an introductory session with plenty of participation for the attendees."

  • Red Hat Mobile Strategies

    In this engaging presentation you'll gain insight into the dynamics of Enterprise Mobility including market conditions, current challenges and reducing the complexities of the mobile sdlc using the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform."

  • Deep Dive: Atomic

    Atomic Enterprise Platform Is now available in public preview. In this session, Mike will discuss the components that make up the Platform, and see how Red Hat is making it significantly easier to deploy containerized workloads for the enterprise."

  • Ansible St. Louis Convergence

    Lots has been going on at Ansible post Red Hat acquisition. In this session, we'll quickly review what Ansible and Ansible Tower is and does, and cover some key points about how Ansible Tower fits in with Red Hat's portfolio of CloudForms and Satellite. We'll also give a quick run-through demo of how to use Tower to deploy JBoss and a webapp into an AWS-backed infrastructure."

  • Security Compliance with OpenScap

    "Security Compliance with OpenSCAP SCAP is a set of specifications related to security compliance. The primary use-case is to ensure a system is configured according to a predefined policy. In this session we will explore how to use OpenSCAP -- a Red Hat SCAP implementation -- to perform vulnerability assessment and security compliance of bare-metal and virtual machines, and containers."

  • JBoss EAP7

    "JBoss EAP 7 The 7.0 release of JBoss EAP is coming soon! In this session we'll discuss the main new features coming in the 7.0 release. We'll then dig a bit deeper into the operations, administration and management areas, demonstrating how to use the new offline CLI feature, how to configure an EAP instance to act as a load balancer in your managed domain, and how to use EAP 7's graceful shutdown enhancements."

  • RHEL 7 Performance

    We will share how configure and tune Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions 6, and 7 systems for optimal performance while running a variety of common applications. You’ll also learn how to evaluate and analyze the performance of heavily loaded systems and how to tune them to maximize performance on bare-metal x86 systems. Joe Mario Senior Principal Software Engineer

  • Atomic Enterprise Platform

    Atomic Enterprise Platform Is now available in public preview. In this session we are going to take a look at the components that make up the Platform, and see how Red Hat is making it significantly easier to deploy containerized workloads for the enterprise. Ben Breard Senior Solution Architect

  • OpenStack Live

    An end-to-end scenario on using Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform director to create an OpenStack cloud. We will go through the key OpenStack components and then deploy multiple OpenStack instances in real time for a live demonstration of the how to use the tools. Jamie Duncan Cloud Solutions Architect Chris Lincoln Senior Platform Technical Account Manager

  • Red Hat Insights

    In increasingly complex environments it can be difficult to prioritize what's most important in keeping your infrastructure secure and stable. Learn more about how Red Hat Insights helps you filter signals in the noise, and prioritize what's most important related to your Red Hat products.

  • Identity Management and RHEL

    Identity Management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Overview of the use cases, solutions, and roadmap.

  • RHCC RHEL7/Atomic & Containers Roadmap

    Containers: Overview, Direction and Red Hat's Portfolio Roadmap" There's a lot of buzz in the industry about Containers yet most people talking about them fail to understand that not everyone is tracking this closely. In this talk, we'll address fundamental customer questions such as, "What are they?", "What problems do they solve?" and Where is all of this headed?".

  • RHCC OpenShift Overview Roadmap

    Containers are the ultimate catalyst for hybrid IT, allowing organizations to unite traditional and cloud-native infrastructure, reduce the friction between development and operations, and deliver value to customers faster. Learn why Red Hat is the only holistic container solution for customers and partners as they embrace containers as a better way to deliver applications.

  • CloudForms Data Sheet

    Data sheet for Red Hat Cloud Forms

  • Customer Convergence Supplemental Slides

    Dallas Customer Convergence Supplemental Slides

  • RHCC CloudForms 4

    CloudForms 4.0 and 4.1 A session on what's new in CloudForms 4.0 and show some roadmap for 4.1 as well. CloudForms 4.0 was just released in December. Brad will deliver some deep dives into key areas of enhancement. There are many changes the product from new UI enhancements, multi-tenancy all the way down to improvements in how state machines work. This will be a technical session with plenty of participation for the attendees and some insight from one of the product managers of CloudForms.

  • RHCC Satellite 6 Migration and Planning Strategies

    Learn about differences between Satellite 5 and 6, as well as how to plan for a migration. A live demo will demonstrate Satellite 6 Content Views+Promotions, as well as what's new in 6.2, such as a demo of the bootstrap feature.

  • RHCC RHEL7/Atomic & Containers Roadmap

    Containers: Overview, Direction and Red Hat's Portfolio Roadmap There's a lot of buzz in the industry about Containers yet most people talking about them fail to understand that not everyone is tracking this closely. In this talk, we'll address fundamental customer questions such as, "What are they?", "What problems do they solve?" and Where is all of this headed?".

  • RHCC RHEL7 Fast Track

    A practical jumpstart to help you quickly get up to speed on some of the new features in RHEL 7 such as systemd, NetworkManager and firewalld.

  • RHCC OpenStack Director Demo

    An end-to-end scenario on using Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform director to create an OpenStack cloud.

  • RHCC Cloud Forms

    CloudForms 4.0 and 4.1 A session on what's new in CloudForms 4.0 and show some roadmap for 4.1 as well. CloudForms 4.0 was just released in December. Brad will deliver some deep dives into key areas of enhancement. There are many changes the product from new UI enhancements, multi-tenancy all the way down to improvements in how state machines work. This will be a technical session with plenty of participation for the attendees and some insight from one of the product managers of CloudForms.

  • RHCC CloudForms -Unified Management for Hybrid Environments

  • RHCC Ansible Presentation

    Lots has been going on at Ansible post Red Hat acquisition. In this session, we'll quickly review what Ansible and Ansible Tower is and does, and cover some key points about how Ansible Tower fits in with Red Hat's portfolio of CloudForms and Satellite. We'll also give a quick run-through demo of how to use Tower to deploy JBoss and a webapp into an AWS-backed infrastructure.

  • RHCC Atomic Enterprise Platform

    Atomic Enterprise Platform Is now available in public preview. In this session we are going to take a look at the components that make up the Platform, and see how Red Hat is making it significantly easier to deploy containerized workloads for the enterprise.