Red Hat Summit Switches to Online-Only Over Coronavirus Concerns


Red Hat is the latest organization that decides to cancel one of its physical events, with the upcoming Red Hat Summit 2020 now moving to online-only due to coronavirus concerns. The event was projected to take place April 28-29, and Red Hat says the same content would be provided to those who connect to the live streaming, including keynotes, breakout sessions, and access to Red Hat experts.

Those who have already registered for the physical event will also be registered for the virtual event at no charge, with two options offered going forward: they can either use their passes during the next year’s summit or get a refund.

[Source: Softpedia News]