FREE WEBINAR:

A Cloud Service Built for a Cloud World: New Relic for Cloud Migration
Friday, July 10, 2015 @ 10:30 a.m. BST (5:30 a.m. ET)

It’s 2015. If your business hasn’t migrated to the cloud yet, what are you waiting for?

Many small and mid-size businesses have already embraced cloud computing as an efficient and cost-effective way to scale their organizations. But in today’s software-centric world, lean startups aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits of the cloud. More and more enterprises are migrating to the cloud—and for good reason. As we believe here at New Relic, in today’s world “every business is a software business.” We think that having a clear, well-defined cloud strategy is no longer just a desirable business initiative, it’s a business imperative.

man riding paper airplane into clouds: cloud migration webinarIf you’re considering a move to the cloud but unsure of how to get started, join us for a free, informative webinar hosted by Chris Dunne, head of technical account management, EMEA. Chris will explain how New Relic is designed to provide you with the needed visibility for every step of your cloud journey.

This webinar will cover how New Relic can help you

  • Gain visibility into any type of cloud environment: AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace Cloud, Heroku, and more.
  • Collect metrics from all types of environments in a uniform way.
  • Know when your cloud resources are not being used optimally, so you can constantly adjust and save money.

Are you ready to elevate your business into the cloud? Register now! Even if you can’t attend the webinar live, you can watch it on demand later at your convenience.

Webinar: A Cloud Service Built for a Cloud World: New Relic for Cloud Migration
Friday, July 10, 2015
10:30 a.m. BST (5:30 a.m. ET)

Note: Event dates, participants, and topics are subject to change without notice.

David Gaule is an editor at New Relic. Prior to joining the company, he served as senior editor for AllBusiness.com. Way back in the days of paper books, David held positions at HarperCollins Publishers and Little, Brown & Company. View posts by .

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