velocity logoWhen New Relic goes to the Velocity Conference, we go all in. We’ve got an awesome lineup of keynotes and technical speakers, we’re hosting an epic Nerd Bowl 0x7df party at nearby Levi’s® Stadium, and our booth will be hopping with live demos, product professionals, cool swag, and much more.

In fact, we’re also using our booth (#501 in Hall A/B) to host a fun and useful series of Data Nerd Sessions featuring New Relic experts and real-world user stories. Each Nerd Session lasts approximately 20 minutes—they start every hour on the hour Thursday and Friday afternoons.

Thursday, May 28

Velocity speaker: John Paul of VenueNext

John Paul of VenueNext

Noon Sean Kane: “Managing Docker in Production at New Relic”
1 p.m. Nate Heinrich: “Taking the Pain Out of Alerting”
2 p.m. John Paul, CEO of live-event experience app VenueNext: “Smart Venues, Unprecedented Experiences”
3 p.m. Stevan Arychuk: “Taming Microservice Sprawl with Service Maps”
4 p.m. Amit Bindal, senior engineering manager at Intuit: “Using New Relic to Monitor Highly Available SaaS Applications”
5 p.m. Bill Green: “Using Insights for Ops Analytics”
6 p.m. Bill Kayser: “Three Performance Anti-Patterns”

Friday, May 29

Velocity speaker: Michael Vo of we2o

Michael Vo of we2o

Noon Nate Heinrich: “Taking the Pain Out of Alerting”
1 p.m. Nic Benders: “Tracking Deployments with New Relic”
2 p.m. Michael Vo, founder and CEO of philanthropy platform we2o: “We2o and New Relic Insights: Evolving the Way You Do Good”
3 p.m. Karl Matthias: “I’m a New Relic SRE—Ask Me Anything”

Velocity attendees won’t want to miss the chance to hear these informal, up-close-and-personal appearances by leading experts from New Relic and the world of software analytics.

We’ll see you there!

Don’t forget to save the date:

Discover how to build and run the software that will define your future.
November 11-13, 2015
The Fairmont, San Francisco

Note: Event dates, speakers, and schedules are subject to change without notice.


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