What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

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Open-source experts descended on Boston last week for the annual Red Hat Summit. They were not disappointed as the company provided insights on several topics including: Open source development, emerging cloud trends and cloud security. What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

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