[Video] How Red Hat is Empowering Communities: An Interview by Alex Williams, @TheNewStack
October 3, 2016 | by
In this New Stack Video
At Cloud Native Day in Toronto last month, The New Stack's Alex Williams sat down with Red Hat's CTO Chris Wright, Red Hat Senior Principle Software Engineer Jeremy Eder, and Diane Mueller, OpenShift's Director of Community Development for an in-depth interview on about how Red Hat is working with CNCF, OCI and upstream communities like upstream communities to empower more cross-community collaborations. The interview included a discussion of Jeremy Eder's use of the CNCF's 1000-node cluster to test the performance and scaling of OpenShift, the Enterprise-ready Kubernetes for Developers, when deployed on OpenStack.
Dive deeper at the Upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering in Seattle
Join Alex at the OpenShift Commons Gathering November 7th Seattle!
Alex Williams will be moderating another discussion on this topic in more depth in Seattle at the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering on November 7th. Alex will be moderating a star-studded panel including Clayton Coleman, Brandon Philips, Brendan Burns and Craig McLuckie. Chris Wright, Red Hat's CTO, will be delivering the morning keynote on the Red Hat's Cloud Strategy, and Kelsey Hightower, will give the afternoon keynote on the State of the Container Ecosystem.
All the OpenShift Commons members and many of the guests from past OpenShift Commons Briefings will be connecting in person at the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering co-located with CNCF.io's Kubecon. Check out the stellar lineup of speakers from across the OpenShift ecosystem. The schedule includes plenty of time to network and meet with your peers.
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