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Red Hat Coffee Hour with Gene Kim

The Red Hat® Coffee Hour series is a bi-weekly videocast featuring luminaries from technology, society and the world of STEM. Topics for discussion will include governmental and societal impacts of technology, open source in Sci/Tech/Med., as well as the role of technology and work/life balance.

 

Gene Kim has found himself at the forefront of the Dev Ops movement, and in his seminal work “The Phoenix Project” helped bring the language of DevOps to the masses. He’s gone on to publish “The DevOps Handbook”, "Accelerate" and most recently “The Unicorn Project”. Gene’s unique ability to explain the what, why and how of IT transformation have earned him a lasting place in our industry. Adam Clater, Chief Architect and Gene will discuss the latest developments in DevOps, what to measure, what matters - and what's next in the world of IT.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Gene Kim, multiple award winning CTO, researcher and author

Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat 

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Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

Sours: https://www.govevents.com/details/45401/red-hat-coffee-hour-with-gene-kim/

Red Hat Coffee Hour - Frank Abagnale

Theresa Payton First Female White House CIO, Lucy Kerner Director, Security Global Strategy, Red Hat, Adam Clate

As our nation grapples with the changes brought on by COVID-19, we will hear from highly credible experts in their field who will inform, educate and inspire us all.

Open source communities provide models for innovation across technologies, processes, and culture. In open source communities, the best ideas win no matter where they come from, code and processes are transparent and shared with all, and it’s everyone’s job to assure quality and security.

Managing cybersecurity risk is what Payton knows and does best. She identifies emerging trends and techniques to help audiences combat cyber threats, from the impact of the Internet of Things to securing Big Data.

Speakers:
Theresa Payton First Female White House CIO
Lucy Kerner Director, Security Global Strategy and Evangelism, Red Hat
Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Public Sector, Red Hat

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Sours: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16623/453055/red-hat-coffee-hour-frank-abagnale
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Red Hat Coffee Hour with Intel

The Red Hat® Coffee Hour with Intel series is a monthly videocast featuring luminaries from technology, society and the world of STEM. Topics for discussion will include governmental and societal impacts of technology and open source as well as the role of technology and work/life balance.

As our nation grapples with the changes brought on by COVID-19, we will hear from highly credible experts in their field who will inform, educate and inspire us all.

Open source communities provide models for innovation across technologies, processes, and culture. In open source communities, the best ideas win no matter where they come from, code and processes are transparent and shared with all, and it’s everyone’s job to assure quality and security.

Managing cybersecurity risk is what Payton knows and does best. She identifies emerging trends and techniques to help audiences combat cyber threats, from the impact of the Internet of Things to securing Big Data.

Speakers

Theresa Payton
First Female White House CIO, Leading Cybersecurity Expert, 2019 Woman Cybersecurity Leader of the Year, and 2020 Cybersecurity Crusader of the Year

As one of the nation’s most respected authorities on cybersecurity, Theresa Payton is also a highly sought-after AI keynote speaker. Theresa is a visionary in the digital world leading the way as an inventor of new security designs and has an approved US patent in security. She captivates audiences by drawing from her experience as a veteran cybercrime fighter and entrepreneur, masterfully blending memorable anecdotes with cutting-edge insights.

She identifies emerging trends and techniques to help audiences combat cyber threats, from the impact of the Internet of Things to securing Big Data. Payton is the cybersecurity expert that organizations turn to for discreet help during data breaches and to improve IT systems and strategies. She made history as the first female to serve as White House Chief Information Officer and currently helps organizations in both the public and private sectors protect their most valuable resources.

Before overseeing IT operations as CIO for President George W. Bush and his administration, she held executive roles in banking technology for two of the country’s top financial institutions. After serving in the White House, she went on to co-found Dark3, a cybersecurity product company, and Fortalice Solutions, a world-class cybersecurity consulting firm ranked a “Top 5 Most Innovative Cybersecurity Company” in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and DC.

Lucy Kerner
Director, Security Global Strategy and Evangelism
Red Hat

Lucy Kerner is currently the Director, Security Global Strategy and Evangelism at Red Hat and leads security thought leadership, evangelism, and the technical and go-to-market strategy for security across the entire Red Hat portfolio globally. In addition, she helps create and deliver security related technical content to the field, customers, partners, analysts, and press and has spoken at numerous events, including security conferences, such as RSA and Hack3rCon/SecureWV, and is a Red Hat Summit Top Presenter. Lucy is also a frequent author of security articles at various online magazines , such as TechBeacon, TechSpective, Increment Magazine, and more. Prior to her current role, she was a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect for the North America Public Sector team at Red Hat where she presented and designed cloud solutions for a wide range of North America public sector customers. Lucy has 20 years of professional experience as both a software and hardware development engineer, solutions architect, and global security strategist and evangelist, where she worked on various aspects of security. Prior to joining Red Hat, she worked at IBM as both a Mainframe microprocessor design engineer and a solutions architect for IBM x86 servers. She has also interned at Apple, Cadence, Lockheed Martin, and MITRE, where she worked on both software and hardware development. Lucy graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Master of Science (M.S.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Minor in Spanish.

Adam Clater
Chief Architect
Red Hat

Adam works internationally with federal agencies, integrators and Red Hat partners & Communities to promote and define the use of enterprise open source solutions.

Adam has experienced first hand the evolving role that I.T. has played in the federal government for nearly two decades, starting with his role as a Systems Administrator at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1997.

Prior to joining Red Hat, Adam was a senior architect, system administrator and lead for a variety of commercial and government agencies including: Lockheed Martin - U.S. Army, The National Education Association, RSA Security, AOL/Time Warner.


Virtual event details

Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

Date: Thursday, August 5, 2021

Any questions? Please email [email protected]

Click here to learn more about the Red Hat Coffee Hour Series.

Sours: https://events.redhat.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x378386abcd

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Red Hat Coffee Hour with Intel

The Red Hat® Coffee Hour with Intel series is a monthly videocast featuring luminaries from technology, society and the world of STEM.  Topics for discussion will include governmental and societal impacts of technology and open source as well as the role of technology and work/life balance.

As our nation grapples with the changes brought on by COVID-19, we will hear from highly credible experts in their field who will inform, educate and inspire us all.

Open source communities provide models for innovation across technologies, processes, and culture. In open source communities, the best ideas win no matter where they come from, code and processes are transparent and shared with all, and it’s everyone’s job to assure quality and security.

To accelerate innovation, we also need to embrace diverse perspectives and talent and build inclusive teams. Join one of the world’s top race car drivers in a discussion on speed innovation, and diversity.

Speakers

Julia Landauer
Two-time Champion NASCAR Driver, Advocate for STEM Education and Women’s Empowerment, 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Member in Sports

Julia Landauer is a NASCAR driver and champion from New York City. She currently competes in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. With dozens of wins across different series, Julia has set records since she was 10 years old, including becoming the highest finishing female in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series’ 64-year history. At age 14, she became the first and youngest female champion in the Skip Barber Racing series. In 2015, she became the first woman to win the NASCAR Track Championship, Motor Mile Speedway, and in 2019, she became the first woman to lead a lap in the Canadian NASCAR Pinty’s Series.

Away from the track, Julia is a graduate of Stanford University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Science, Technology, and Society. It was also in college that Julia started her motivational speaking career with a TEDx talk and she is now a sought-after speaker for corporations, conferences, and universities. Julia served as an external advisor to Hyundai Motor Corporation’s Center for Robotic-Augmented Design in Living Experience.

Julia has developed her brand and business and collaborated with companies such as Spotify, Disney/Pixar, and the One Love Foundation and has been written about by The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, and espnW, to name a few. Julia is also an honoree of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for sports and has spoken at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women’s Conference. As Julia continues to develop her career and brand on and off the track, she uses her racing platform to advocate for STEM education, women’s empowerment, leadership, risk analysis, and working with fear.

Christina Wong
Segment Lead, AppDev and Data Partnerships
Certified Technology Ecosystem

Red Hat

Christina Wong is responsible for strategy and business development of the data and application development segments of Red Hat’s technology partner ecosystem.  Christina started her career as a mechanical engineer and, over the course of 17 years, developed deep and broad expertise in both the technical and go-to-market aspects of running a business. Christina is also a motorsports enthusiast and enjoys racing cars, riding motorcycles, and working on her vehicles in the garage.  She is a mechanic and driver on her race team, The Cosmonaughts, which consistently finishes with unimpressive standings in an endurance series for $500 cars called 24 Hours of LeMons. 

Adam Clater
Chief Architect, Red Hat Public Sector

Adam works internationally with federal agencies, integrators and Red Hat partners & Communities to promote and define the use of enterprise open source solutions.

Adam has experienced first hand the evolving role that I.T. has played in the federal government for nearly two decades, starting with his role as a Systems Administrator at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1997.

Prior to joining Red Hat, Adam was a senior architect, system administrator and lead for a variety of commercial and government agencies including: Lockheed Martin - U.S. Army, The National Education Association, RSA Security, AOL/Time Warner.


Virtual event details

Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

Date: Thursday, June 3, 2021

Any questions? Please email [email protected]

Click here to learn more about the Red Hat Coffee Hour Series.

Sours: https://events.redhat.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x362977abcd
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Red Hat Coffee Hour with Intel

The Red Hat® Coffee Hour with Intel series is a monthly videocast featuring luminaries from technology, society and the world of STEM. Topics for discussion will include governmental and societal impacts of technology and open source as well as the role of technology and work/life balance.

As our nation grapples with the changes brought on by COVID-19, we will hear from highly credible experts in their field who will inform, educate and inspire us all.

Open source communities provide models for innovation across technologies, processes, and culture. In open source communities, the best ideas win no matter where they come from, code and processes are transparent and shared with all, and it’s everyone’s job to assure quality and security.

Speakers

Robbie Bach, Innovation expert, former Chief Xbox Officer for Microsoft and author of Xbox Revisited: A Game Plan for Corporate and Civic Renewal

Robbie Bach joined Microsoft in 1988 and over the next 22 years worked in various marketing, general management and business leadership roles.  He played an important role as a marketing leader in the successful development of the Microsoft Office business, and subsequently led the creation and development of the Xbox business where he served as the Chief Xbox Officer. Bach retired from Microsoft in 2010 as the company’s President of the Entertainment and Devices Division.

Robbie now works as a Civic Engineer with corporate, philanthropic, and civic organizations who are driving positive change in our communities. He guest lectures extensively at a variety of colleges and universities and speaks to corporate, civic, and trade association audiences across the country. In 2015, he completed his first book, Xbox Revisited: A Game Plan for Corporate and Civic Renewal.

Robbie will share his experience about managing change and finding opportunity in the wake of COVID-19 followed by a moderated Q&A with Adam Clater.

Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat Public Sector

Adam works internationally with federal agencies, integrators and Red Hat partners & Communities to promote and define the use of enterprise open source solutions.

Adam has experienced first hand the evolving role that I.T. has played in the federal government for nearly two decades, starting with his role as a Systems Administrator at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1997.

Prior to joining Red Hat, Adam was a senior architect, system administrator and lead for a variety of commercial and government agencies including: Lockheed Martin - U.S. Army, The National Education Association, RSA Security, AOL/Time Warner.


Virtual event details

Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

Date: September 2, 2021

Location: Virtual, login information will be provided upon registration

Any questions? Please reach out to [email protected]

Click here to learn more about the Red Hat Coffee Hour Series

Sours: https://events.redhat.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x3769230001

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Red Hat Coffee Hour with Adam Stelzner

The Red Hat® Coffee Hour series is a bi-weekly videocast featuring luminaries from technology, society and the world of STEM. Topics for discussion will include governmental and societal impacts of technology, open source in Sci/Tech/Med., as well as the role of technology and work/life balance.

 

NASA did it again. They’ve successfully used the “Mars Sky Crane” to deliver an exploration vehicle to Mars - and this time they’re taking it to the air - with a Linux powered helicopter.  We’ll talk to Adam Steltzner, the Chief Engineer for the Mars Perseverance project, which landed on February 18 of 2021. Adam Clater, Chief Architect of Red Hat and Adam Steltzner will discuss the program, the role that open source software has played in the development of projects at JPL and the use of Linux on the Mars Helicopter. They will also discuss the other programs Steltzner has taken part in and the outcomes of the #Mars2020 Project to date!

Speaker and Presenter Information

Adam StelznerChief Engineer, Mars 2020

Adam ClaterChief Architect, Red Hat

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Sours: https://www.govevents.com/details/45431/red-hat-coffee-hour-with-adam-stelzner/


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