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On Oct 15, 2014, at 12:14 PM, Shawn Wells <shawn(a)redhat.com>
The 2015 Red Hat Summit (http://www.redhat.com/summit
) will take place June 23-26 in
Boston. The event may seem far away, but we all know how long it takes for integrators and
govies to allocate training and travel budgets... :)
This year we've ensured that any member of the SSG & broader OpenSCAP
community is eligible for discounted Summit passes at $950/pass (or $895/pass for groups
of 4+). Doesn't matter if you're a code contributor, occasional voice on the
mailing lists, or silent partner. For reference, the full conference pass is generally
$1,975 (ref http://www.redhat.com/summit/rates/
In 2012 the SCAP session was standing room only, and in 2013 it was rated the #3
session (out of 196 sessions) by attendees. We hope to see you there this year!
In full transparency: I don't get any RHT kickback or commissions off this. I
received a special registration code that allows me to empirically show various
managers/event staff how much interest there is in SCAP and Security Automation. For every
10 registrants that use the code, I get to send a RHT engineer to Red Hat Summit.
Contact me off-list if interested!
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