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July 12, 2023
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Arctiq HQ, 310 Spadina Ave. #400, Toronto, ON M5T 2E8

Red Hat Summit and AnsibleFest 2023 Recap

Missed out on attending the Red Hat Summit and AnsibleFest in Boston in May?

We hosted an in-person recap event on Wednesday, July 12th in our downtown Toronto office.

We discussed the key announcements from these events while enjoying delicious food and drinks.

We had three talks:

Red Hat Summit Speedrun by Michael Kennedy

Michael Kennedy will guide you through a fast-paced overview of his key takeaways from the events. Get up to speed on the latest updates and trends, including Event-driven Ansible Automation (Lightspeed AI), sustainable computing with Kepler, and distributed edge.

Red Hat Managed OpenShift Roadmap by Aaren de Jong

Aaren will present the Red Hat Managed OpenShift Roadmap. Gain valuable insights into the future plans and advancements of Red Hat's cloud services, including ROSA, OSD, and ARO.

AnsibleFest Recap by Patrick Toal and Anshul Behl

During this session, Patrick and Anshul will dive into the highlights of AnsibleFest, focusing on the transformative power of Lightspeed and Event-Driven Architecture. Discover how you can elevate your automation strategy beyond mere task-based automation. If you're still discussing Ansible Tower or AWX, it's time to explore Red Hat's comprehensive Automation Platform that includes tools to codify your processes with AI assistance (Lightspeed), Event-Driven, decision-based automation triggers, and validated content, to help you implement more automation, faster.

Michael Kennedy

Michael Kennedy

VP of Solutions Architecture at Arctiq
Aaren de Jong

Aaren de Jong

Senior Technical Product Manager at Red Hat
Patrick Toal

Patrick Toal

Sr. Solutions Architect - Automation Specialist at Red Hat

Michael Kennedy

VP of Solutions Architecture

Aaren de Jong

Senior Technical Product Manager at Red Hat

Patrick Toal

Sr. Solutions Architect - Automation Specialist at Red Hat

Anshul Behl

Principal Technical Marketing Manager at Red Hat