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.
“Like others, we have been closely monitoring evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, including guidance from the CDC, WHO and other health authorities. The safety and wellbeing of Red Hat Summit attendees is our top priority, and as a precautionary measure, we have decided to rebuild Red Hat Summit 2020 as a virtual event and cancel the physical event at San Francisco’s Moscone Center,” Red Hat says.
Hotel reservations also canceled
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