Thursday 30th August, 2012
4:50pm to 5:10pm
Linux, which is deployed in over 80% of Fortune 500 companies, recently celebrated its 20th year. This is a great triumph for the Linux community and its adopters. But the success didn't "just happen."
In this presentation, Tim Burke, Red Hat’s VP of platform engineering, will highlight the contributing factors that have enabled Linux to be consumable and robust enough to be the foundation of the most demanding workloads while at the same time delivering key innovations. Beyond the traditional datacenter, Linux continues to be the foundation of the current disruptive wave of cloud computing, big data, and scale-out architectures. Burke will also describe how Linux enterprise productization is adapting to meet these new challenges.
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