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I arrived into San Francisco on Saturday late PM, and today (Sunday) was all about setup of my gear to record, setting up my location at Moscone South for the interviews and recordings that we have planned for this week. Also got to spend time with the UK JBoss crew who I flew out with and to loan them audio gear to rescue them for their upcoming videos this week. So planning ahead and bringing spare kit paid off for once - even if it was someone elses benefit other than my own.

The stage is set for a much larger Summit for the 10th anniversary of Red Hat Summits. As of yesterday we were close to 4300 registrants for this years show, it's not too late to register for the discounted full summit rate. To come as my guest simply enter the discount code EMEACG at www.redhat.com/summit and you are good to go.

I start recording tomorrow (Monday), finishing final audio setup and tests tonight and looking forward to it being a busy week of great content. To hear last years archived shows and in preparation for this years simply bookmark the following URL to your PC, tablet or smartphone.

Look forward to creating you some great content this week !!



I will be bringing Red Hat Summit Radio back to life for 2014 live from the Moscone Center in San Francisco, you can subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, Podfeed and many other syndicated feeds that are live. Alternatively visit and bookmark this URL from your tablet, smartphone or PC and you will have a live link to the latest recordings from this years Red Hat Summit.

Saving the URL to your homepage on your Android or iOS smartphone is even better, simply do it and then click it to always have access to the latest content with a custom smartphone / tablet friendly front end.



Another heavy hitting podcast this time featuring Arun Oberoi VP of Global Sales at Red Hat.

Well worth listening to, we talk Cloud, OpenStack, Red Hat growth and positioning, our community responsibilities. Arun is great to talk to, and to listen to, I remember recording this and having one of those "come to Jesus" moments when stuff slots into place. His legacy experience in the IT industry allows him to paint a picture with credibility and assurance.

Do take time out your day to listen to it.

Coming up next week a podcast with Karl Stevens talking Cloud Providers, CloudForms and much more, the planned podcasts with Rhys Oxenham and James Labocki are shelved until we can all get together at Red Hat Boston Summit.

Advance ticket discounting and more information on Summit can be found here.


Download the podcast here in MP3 format only