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WelcomeThe Red Hat Virtual Experience, an event focused on Red Hat Enterprise Linux solutions, including virtualization and cloud computing, is on-demand until April 4, 2010. Attend in-depth sessions from your desk. Your couch. Your coffee shop. Anywhere you are. You can also participate in chats with business leaders, executives, key developers, customers, and strategic partners. Learn how you can scale to new demands, drive innovation, and build mission-critical applications, all without sacrificing performance, security, or functionality.
Enter >Attend keynote sessions for executive insight into future direction of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux roadmap. Hear from Red Hat executives, including Navin Thadani, and find out what customers are saying about Red Hat in their organizations.
Discover >Learn what's on the horizon from Red Hat and industry partners—innovations in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, tools, security, and deployment in the cloud. Get advice on how to extract more value from existing systems, and increase your capabilities through open source virtualization, infrastructure and management technologies.
Advance >How can Red Hat transform your business or help fulfill your mission? We have a few ideas, and so do our customers. Learn best practices, experience demos, and swap stories. See how open source solutions can give you a business advantage in the real world.
Founded in 1993, Red Hat is the leader in enterprise Linux and the most recognized open source brand in the world. We serve global enterprises with technology and services made possible by the open source model. Solutions include Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Red Hat Enterprise Middleware, and a broad range of management and services, including consulting, 24x7 support, and Red Hat Network. Red Hat's global training program operates worldwide and features the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE), the global standard Linux certification.