Introducing the Red Hat Summit Office of the CTO Sessions

At the first signs of Spring, all Red Hatters turn at least one eye toward Red Hat Summit. Over the years, we’ve had many conversations with attendees about what kind of information and perspectives they’d like to hear at Summit. We learned that attendees appreciated the actionable technical information they received, but that they were interested in getting some insight into Red Hat’s point of view on emerging technology trends and their thoughts on the future.  That was the motivation behind a new set of sessions from the Office of the CTO that we’re very excited to announce.

Will you be joining us in San Francisco? If so, make sure to check out some of our happenings onsite. Attendees will learn about Red Hat’s technology direction, research, innovation and products from Red Hat technology leaders within our Products & Technologies group. We’ve got some can’t-miss technical sessions on the docket, so be sure to add them to your personalized conference agenda.

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The Long View on Blockchain

Blockchain is everybody’s latest buzzword–right up there with AI and IoT–but what does it mean, and how is it relevant to the enterprise?

The answer to those questions is likely “a lot,” but before we get to that, let’s define what a blockchain is–and isn’t.

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Open Source Strength Within Distributed Weakness Filing

If you could visualize the code that comprises our current technology landscape, you might imagine in your mind’s eye a glowing field of interconnected lines with bright bits of information flowing along the lines’ paths. Here and there, you might see flaws in the network–places where human error have introduced gaps and openings among the lines.

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