Hi Folks, I know it’s been a few weeks but I assure you I’ve been heads down on good stuff. You’ll get to see much of it on the blog, but also at Red Hat Summit 2017 in Boston, MA if you’re so inclined.
So what will I (and my colleagues) be talking about at “Summit” this year?Well, there are several RHV & KVM specific activities at Summit that I’ll have something to do with, 2 directly and multiple indirectly:
Breakout Session – High Availability for Red Hat Virtualization Manager
This will be my primary presentation on RHV, where I talk about and provide demo’s on RHV Hosted Engine, mostly in the context of HA (why and how), but also in the context of how it’s used in a new Red Hat product… (cue dramatic music..)
Breakout Session – Red Hat Virtualization and KVM Roadmaps
This is my colleagues’ session, and typically standing room only. I may help organize, but the Product Managers (Moran & Yaniv) will knock this out. It lays out the future of both Red Hat Virtualization and the core technology, KVM.
Lightning Talk – Reporting and Metrics Update
Again, my colleague’s session (Yaniv), but in a more brief and informal setting. Yaniv will provide an overview of what we’re doing with the reporting tools in RHV.
Hands-on Lab – RHV + Ansible
My colleague Moran will setup a lab and guide for how to “automate all the things” in RHV using Ansible. If you’re even remotely interested in this, you’ll want to sign up a soon as the portal opens. Labs fill up fast, anything with Ansible fills up faster.
Red Hat Booth – RHV pod
As usual, there will be a RHV specific “pod” at the Red Hat booth in the partner pavillion. I’ll likely be there for at least a portion of each day helping with demo’s, answering questions, and giving out t-shirts.
Red Hat Summit is back in Boston this year, May 2-4, and registration is open. For official details, go to the official site. As we get closer to the dates, the agenda will have the days and times for the sessions I listed above.
Hope to see you there,