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We’re a partner in the industrialization of IT, says Red Hat CEO | #RHSummit

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The Red Hat Summit is different than most other vendor shows in the sense that, although it naturally centers on the company and its particular vision for technology, it also places a large emphasis on the ecosystem. And that doesn’t just encompass customers and partners, but the upstream community projects for its solutions and outside strategic industry initiatives as well. James Whitehurst, the president and CEO of the Linux distributor, made a point of that in the opening keynote of the recently concluded event, focusing on two points in particular: how a large organization should go about embracing the open source model and, beyond that, effectively consuming free software.

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