From New Relic CEO Lew Cirne’s dramatic opening keynote introducing New Relic Infrastructure to MLB Network host Brian Kenny’s sage closing advice on how the power of data is more about the questions than the numbers, FutureStack16 Tour: New York was an amazing day of learning, insights, networking, and fun.
The announcements get the news, of course, and well they should. But you had to be there to fully appreciate everything attendees got out of the event, from the joy of learning how to master important techniques using New Relic APM in all-day, hands-on training sessions to hearing real stories of how organizations just like yours are able to leverage New Relic to create and deliver better digital experiences to their customers.
We’ll be presenting deep dives into several of the sessions—including exclusive video—in the coming days and weeks, but in the meantime the images here can give you a more intimate sense of the event. And it’s never too late to experience FutureStack for yourself. Make your plans now to attend our flagship two-day version of FutureStack16 in San Francisco, November 16 and 17.
Event attendees gather in the chic and stylish Spring Studios space, site of FutureStack New York.
New Relic Founder and CEO Lew Cirne welcomes attendees to FutureStack with a rousing opening keynote introducing New Relic Infrastructure and much more.
The event was the perfect place to network with industry peers … over a cup of Dunkin’s famous coffee.
FutureStack offered a full day of laptops-open training sessions designed to help attendees acquire skills they can use to refine their organization’s application-monitoring activities and deliver a better digital experience.
The training sessions also included plenty of one-on-one instruction. Here, Senior Technical Trainer Phil Weber helps a New Relic user get comfortable with a new feature.
New Relic’s Lee Atchison moderates a fascinating fireside chat with his special guest Natacha Springer, cloud operations engineer at Kickstarter. A key takeaway? The company’s microservices architecture lets anyone push code live, without risking the whole site breaking at once.
New Relic EVP of Sales Erica Schultz chats with event attendees.
In his talk on “Building a System That Never Stops: New Relic at Scale,” New Relic Chief Architect & VP of Engineering Nic Benders nearly gets whiplash craning his neck as he shares a chart dramatically depicting the impact of scale.
The memorable day wrapped up with a open air party on Spring Studios’ beautiful roof deck.
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