Red Hat invites the Department of Justice to join us for a day of discussion on how open source technologies are behind the most collaborative projects in government.

Learn about:

  • The Department of Justice ELA
  • The value of a Red Hat subscription
  • Simplified deployment and management of cloud environments
  • Securing the network through automation
  • Application development and data integration challenges
  • The benefits of moving to secure containers
  • Addressing big data using supported open source methodologies
  • In defiance of the appliance with software defined storage

#Choice&SecurityDoJ

Agenda

Time Topic Presenter
8:00 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. Welcome / Opening Keynote Paul Smith, Senior Vice President and General Manager, North American Public Sector, Red Hat, Inc.
8:45 a.m. Creating better technology the open source way
  • Community vs. supported
  • Delivering to the enterprise
Adam Clater, Chief Architect
9:30 a.m. Cloud: avoiding vendor lock-in
  • Ways to maximize your virtualization infrastructure
  • Simplified deployment and management of cloud environments
Rich DeFiore, Cloud Solution Specialist
10:15 a.m. Break
10:25 a.m. Network Automation
  • Infrastructure as code
  • Cloud integration
  • Continous integration and testing
Steven Carter, Chief Cloud Architect
11:10 a.m. Leveraging the container application platform
  • Application development and data integration
  • The benefits of moving to containers
Chuck Svoboda, OpenShift Practice Lead
11:55 a.m. Red Hat Storage: In defiance of the appliance with software defined storage
  • What is software defined storage?
  • Scale on-prem and cloud environments without being tied to hardware components

Working Lunch

Box lunches will be available for purchase for $5
Garrett Clark, Storage Solution Specialist
12:55 p.m. DOJ Contract Sherri R Bramer, Government Task Manager

Missy Willett, Sr. Account Manager
1:15 p.m. Consulting methodology and offerings Brent Cunningham, Consulting Manager
1:40 p.m. Technical Account Manager Overview Brian Doran, Sr. Technical Account Manager
2:00 p.m. Security
  • OpenSCAP
  • STIG
  • Secure containers
Shawn Wells, Chief Security Strategist
3:15 p.m. Wrap up


Parking Instructions:

Metro is recommended
National Union Building is 2.5 blocks west of the Gallery Place metro station (Arena Exit) and 2.5 blocks east of the 12th & F St exit at Metro Center.

Parking Garage Recommendations

LAZ Parking Garage at the Shakespeare Theater (Regular Hours)
Location: 601 E Street NW / 650 F Street NW (Garage has an entrance/exit at either address)
Distance from the National Union Building: 0.2 Miles, or approximately 4-5 minute walk*
Hours: Mon - Sat: 7:00am - 11:00pm,
Cost: Approximately $24.00


Colonial Parking Garage at Gallery Place (Garage Open 24/7)
Location: 732 6th St NW
Distance from the National Union Building: 0.5 Miles, or approximately 8-10 minute walk*
Hours: Mon - Sun: 24 hours a day, 7 days per week
Cost: Approximately $19 - $35 (depending on hours required)

*Walking time estimates take length of stoplights at intersections into consideration.
All garages under 4 1⁄2 blocks away.