October New Relic User Group Preview: Atlanta, Austin, and Denver

We had a great September bringing our New Relic User Groups to four major East Coast cities. This month we’ve got three more exciting city visits planned: Atlanta, Austin, and Denver!

If you live near any of these three cities, we hope you’ll join us for the chance to hear informative tech talks, meet the New Relic team, and, most important, network and connect with members of the New Relic user community in your area.

All of our events run from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m local time. In addition to great presentations, there will be plenty of time for networking and Q&A sessions with our speakers, along with complimentary food and drinks. Don’t miss out—reserve your spot today!

Atlanta, Ga.: Thursday, Oct. 15

Atlanta skyline
Our October roster starts with our second visit to Atlanta, and we’re looking forward to seeing our ATL friends again. Our event will be held at the Connect JS venue (the Cobb Galleria Centre) the night before the conference starts, and will feature three informative presentations you don’t want to miss:

erin stanfillNew Relic at VersionOne
Erin Stanfill, Developer, VersionOne

Erin will discuss how VersionOne is using New Relic to gain insight into the usage patterns and performance of Estimably, a distributed planning-estimation game implemented with node.js and socket.io. Estimably, a standalone service in the cloud, was one of the company’s first forays into the modern interpretation of DevOps, giving the whole team experience with continuous delivery and injecting an ops perspective into the entire process, from planning through deployment and monitoring.

New Relic Browser 1 Year Later: Why End User Experience Monitoring Matters More Than Ever
Jeff Martens, Technical Account Manager, New Relic

jeff martensWe know frontend performance monitoring is an option, but how much does it matter? In this talk, Jeff will share not only why frontend monitoring is so important, but also how New Relic Browser customers are improving the experience of their users. He’ll also offer a glimpse into the future of Browser and how it’s keeping up with the fast-changing world of frontend frameworks.

 

clay smithWeb and Mobile Coverage With New Relic
Clay Smith, Developer Advocate, New Relic

Clay will present a broad overview of how to use New Relic for mobile and Web applications, and get into the nitty-gritty technical details on practical applications you can implement within minutes.

To reserve your spot at the Atlanta, Ga., user group, be sure to R.S.V.P. here.

Austin, Tex.: Monday, Oct. 19

austin texas bat bridge

After visiting Dallas earlier this year, we’re really excited to come back to Texas—this time for our first-ever visit to Austin! This event will be held in the offices of our host ObjectRocket and will feature three presentations:

New Relic Self-Service
Mark Garcia, Director Cloud Operations / Systems Architect, Gravitant

mark garciaGravitant is a software company that enables enterprises and solution providers to become IT service brokers. Mark will explain the concept of self-service: How to help your QA team, developers, and non-technical teams get more out of New Relic.

 

daniel beal

 

What’s New With New Relic
Daniel Beal, Technical Account Manager, New Relic

Daniel will walk attendees through the development of the New Relic Alerts platform and provide an overview of its capabilities.

Web and Mobile Coverage With New Relic
Clay Smith, Developer Advocate, New Relic
(See the Atlanta user group description)

To reserve your spot at the Austin user group, be sure to R.S.V.P. here.

Denver, Colo.: Wednesday, Oct. 21

denver colorado skyline

This event will mark another first for us—our first New Relic User Group in Denver. We’re very excited to visit the Mile-High City and meet members of the local New Relic community. This event will be held in the offices of our host Pivotal Labs and will also feature three presentations:

beau christensenHow Ping Identity Used New Relic to Solve Performance Issues With PingOne Dock and Directory API Services

Beau Christensen, Infrastructure Operations, Ping Identity

Beau will give an overview of how Ping Identity is built, and share real use cases showing how the company uses New Relic to push through performance issues, specifically with PingOne dock and Directory API services.

drew deckerTriple Play: Browser, Synthetics, and Analytics
Drew Decker, Technical Account Manager, New Relic

Drew will discuss how to use New Relic Browser for end-user monitoring from the inside-out, as well as from the outside-in with New Relic Synthetics. He will also explain how to use New Relic Insights for compelling application performance analytics.

Web and Mobile Coverage With New Relic
Clay Smith, Developer Advocate, New Relic
(See the Atlanta user group description)

To reserve your spot at the Denver user group, be sure to R.S.V.P. here.

Join our Meetup groups and stay connected

New Relic User Groups are a great opportunity to meet and learn from other New Relic users in your area, hang with the New Relic team, and get answers to some of your lingering questions. The New Relic community offers you a way to engage with like-minded individuals who share a passion for building great software. Learn more at http://newrelic.com/community.

If you live in one of the cities we’ll be visiting in October, be sure to join our Atlanta, Austin, or Denver Meetup.com pages and get notifications for future events.

Interested in speaking at our next event or setting up a New Relic User Group in your city? Drop us a note at community@newrelic.comNote: Event dates, speakers, and schedules are subject to change without notice.

 

Atlanta, Austin bat bridge, and Colorado images courtesy of Shutterstock.com.

Jackson de Oliveira is the community events manager for New Relic. He runs user groups and handles any meetups in New Relic's San Francisco offices. If you have questions or feedback about user groups, he's your guy. View posts by .

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