New Relic is going on tour! The New Relic Well-Instrumented Tour is coming to a city near you. New Relic has joined forces with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and leading system integrators to deliver proven cloud-adoption best practices on how to troubleshoot, migrate to, and optimize on AWS. It’s your in-person chance to learn best practices on how leading organizations are measuring cloud initiatives to bring new products and services to market faster.

Training, meetings, networking, and more

Aligned with AWS Global Summits in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa, the 2018 New Relic Well-Instrumented Tour brings New Relic training, executive meetings, peer networking, and much more to convenient locations around the world. With 17 stops in 11 countries, the Well-Instrumented Tour is the perfect opportunity to learn how to build faster with confidence and troubleshoot, migrate, and optimize your AWS implementations as quickly and effectively as possible, all in a venue near you.

You can check out the full schedule below, but the Tour kicks off next week in San Francisco and Singapore, then travels around the world for seven months until we wind things up in Tel Aviv, Israel, in March 2019.

No matter what stop you attend, however, the Well-Instrumented Tour focuses on a simple message: The earlier you instrument, the faster you can go. With New Relic you can troubleshoot problems faster, migrate applications to the cloud more quickly, and better optimize your AWS implementations faster.

Each city on the Well-Instrumented Tour features a series of programs designed to help attendees learn firsthand from cloud experts, hear from practitioners, and network with peers. There’s something for everyone, including potential customers who want to learn more before making a decision; New Relic customers looking to get more out of the New Relic platform; and New Relic partners, resellers, and system integrators looking to strengthen their cloud migration practice area.

Aligned with AWS Summits

A key element in the Well-Instrumented Tour is our sponsorship of the related AWS Summit event. The New Relic booth at the AWS Summits will feature lightning talks from New Relic experts and customers on such topics as “DevOps Without Measurement Is a Fail” and “Improving Microservice and Serverless Observability.” Plus, you can visit our exclusive Performance Bar, where you can get specific answers to your most critical questions on everything from how to use New Relic to AWS integrations, and get help with key technologies like containers, Kubernetes, AWS Lambda, and more. Oh, and don’t forget to play some New Relic bean-bag toss and pick up some of our awesome new swag, including these cool T-shirts:

In addition, in the days surrounding the AWS Summit, we’ll hold full- and half-day hands-on workshops for customer and partners, leading you through the finer points of the New Relic platform, helping you monitor your app and infrastructure performance like a boss, and putting you on the path to becoming a New Relic Certified Performance Pro.

And that’s only the beginning. We’re also hosting networking breakfast meet-ups and happy hours, executive dinners with New Relic cloud evangelists, joint partner programs, and much more.

Here’s the complete schedule:

  • Week of April 2 – April 6 in San Francisco and Singapore
  • Week of April 9 – April 13 in Sydney, Australia
  • Week of May 7 – May 11 in London, England
  • Week of May 28 – June 1 in Tokyo, Japan
  • Week of June 4 – June 8 in Berlin, Germany
  • Week of June 18 – June 22 in Washington, DC, Paris, France, and São Paulo, Brazil
  • Week of July 9 – July 13 in Cape Town, South Africa
  • Week of July 16- July 20 in New York City
  • Week of July 23 – July 27 in Hong Kong
  • Week of July 30 – Aug 3 in Chicago
  • Week of Aug 20 – Aug 24 in Los Angeles
  • Week of Sept 10 – Sept 14 in Atlanta
  • Week of Sept 17 – Sept 21 in Toronto
  • March 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel

 

Jose Mora is Director of Partner Marketing for New Relic. View posts by .

Interested in writing for New Relic Blog? Send us a pitch!