Red Hat announces to have concluded their India series of ‘Red Hat Forum’ conferences in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore.
Aimed at delivering the prowess of Open Source and the journey towards a fast and flexible future, participants discussed how businesses can empower and collaborate to innovate faster.
Under the theme, “Power of Participation”, Red Hat Forum discussed how enterprises can transform and innovate by learning, networking, and collaborating via open source. The event was kicked off by Rajesh Rege – Managing Director, Red Hat India, which was followed by a series of topics covering various aspects of Open Source technology. Rajesh emphasized that open source is now at the forefront of every major breakthrough and the most innovative ideas do not merely come from the boardroom; but from a synergy of people working together.
Sought to congregate more than 1500 attendees including key customers and partners, the summit discussed industry trends, success stories, and what’s on the horizon in open source technology.
In addition, guest speakers from Forrester shared insights from the commissioned ‘Open Source Drives Digital Innovation’ Asia Pacific survey of 450 CIOs about how they are mapping their strategies to open source opportunities.
The technology keynote, themed “Building an Architecture for Continuous Innovation” was delivered by Sarangan Rangachari – Vice President and General Manager, Storage and Big Data Business Unit, Red Hat, Inc. Rangachari also spoke about the participative movement accelerating the pace of innovation, making open source the default choice for organizations in India.
Now in its sixth year, the Red Hat Forum series is sought to travel to Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Australia. The forum is expected to engage with more than 5,000 attendees from across industries in Asia-Pacific.