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Product Manage, Red Hat Bryan Che

Product Manage, Red Hat Bryan  Che Bryan Che is the Product Manager at Red Hat for Red Hat Enterprise MRG, Red Hat's Messaging, Realtime, and Grid offering. In this capacity, Bryan manages the product strategy and direction for Red Hat's high performance distributed computing technologies. Bryan first started using Linux in 1995 and has also been a long-time open source contributor with commit access in many open source communities. Bryan graduated with his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Presentation: "Next-Generation AMQP Messaging Performance, Architectures, and Ecosystems with Red Hat Enterprise MRG"

Time: Thursday 15:45 - 16:45

Location: Rutherford Room


Messaging products have traditionally been proprietary, expensive, and specialized in capability. This has limited the usefulness and pervasiveness of messaging software--despite the critical role that messaging software plays in many enterprises. However, recent innovations like the arrival of AMQP and high-end, open source messaging systems are paving the way for a fundamental shift towards messaging-based architectures in today's distributed world.

Red Hat Enterprise MRG (Messaging, Realtime, Grid) provides an AMQP-compliant messaging system that brings revolutionary new capabilities to the messaging space for implementing not just traditional messaging use cases but also for serving as the foundation of a new messaging-based ecosystem for everything from systems management to cloud computing. This talk will present an overview of AMQP, Red Hat Enterprise MRG, and the open source projects behind MRG like Apache QPid. It will also present performance data showing dramatic gains from optimizing for hardware and the Linux operating system. Finally, it will illustrate how new capabilities like queue semantics and messaging-based management infrastructure are leading to innovative architectures across open source projects and at customer sites.