2015 is off to an exciting start here at New Relic, and we’re thrilled to announce February’s lineup of New Relic User Groups. This month, our crew is headed for Palo Alto and Seattle, to dive into New Relic Mobile and New Relic Platform, and also make time to answer your most pressing questions on all things New Relic.
As always, you can expect to hear from a number of New Relic experts, meet and mingle with like-minded peers, and enjoy delicious food and drinks on us.
Check out the events below and RSVP today!
New Relic Mobile whiz AJ Costantini will lead a hands-on mobile workshop at our Silicon Valley User Group. The event runs from 6-8 p.m. at Pivotal Labs, 3495 Deer Creek Road, in Palo Alto, California. You’ll learn about features like real user monitoring, interaction traces, and crash reporting. Attendees will also get a sneak peek at some of the new features we have in store.
Later on, you’ll hear from Kyle Guichard of Intuit, the company behind Mint.com, Quicken, and TurboTax. Kyle will walk us through the journey Intuit Payroll and Demandforce have had with New Relic. He’ll cover how New Relic bridged multiple AppOps teams to provide visibility across multiple Intuit applications, how the company uses New Relic to track performance initiatives, and show how Intuit is using New Relic Insights to get better visibility into the overall performance/availability across its ecosystem of products.
Next in line is the Seattle New Relic User Group, hosted by our friends at Alert Logic at 1501 4th Street in downtown Seattle on Thursday, February 26th from 6-8 p.m.
First up we’ve planned an Application Performance Monitoring (APM) workshop led by one of New Relic’s very first engineers, Bill Kayser. Bill will show you how to discover the three most common performance problems in Web applications using New Relic APM. He’ll also share insider tips on how to leverage lesser-known features to foster a better understanding of how your applications are performing.
Next you’ll hear from Eric Peterson of Tableau Software. Eric will share how his team built an integration that pulls data from New Relic Insights back into their app—in real time—to provide more personalized, contextualized experiences.
To close out the night, Kevin McGuire, New Relic’s director of engineering, will share his tips for getting the most out of New Relic Platform. We’ll then open up the floor for Q&A, where you’ll have the chance to get answers direct from the experts.
These events are great opportunities to meet and learn from other New Relic users in your area, get face time with the New Relic team, and find answers to some of those lingering questions. Click here to save your spot in Palo Alto on Tuesday, February 24th and here to attend the event in Seattle on Thursday, February, 26th. Scheduled events and speakers are subject to change without notice.
Interested in speaking at our next event or setting up a New Relic User Group in your city? Drop us a note at email@example.com!