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Apply Now to Speak at FutureStack: Call for Papers Now Open

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Do you have a passion for helping your fellow developers, engineers, and data nerds build new skills to level up observability? If you answered yes, then New Relic’s upcoming FutureStack conference is the event for you. The FutureStack call for papers is now open through February 22, 2021.

This is your chance to submit your stories and unique perspectives, and to be one of the leading voices for building and operating the next generation of modern software. If your proposal is selected, we’ll work with you to finalize the content, record your session, and promote you on social media.

Come share how you use observability to pinpoint issues, improve performance, and prevent outages—no matter the complexity or scale of your environment. Get ready for a big audience, too. This worldwide virtual event, taking place May 25-27, 2021, features hands-on sessions with convenient times for attendees in every time zone.

Submit a proposal for a FutureStack session from four main tracks

Track 1: Extending New Relic One

Audience: Developers, DevOps engineers, SREs, and IT leaders

Calling Data Nerds who’ve found ways to extend New Relic One to connect technology performance to business outcomes. Share your unique experiences with topics including custom instrumentation, building and customizing apps, dashboard capabilities, and how to leverage the New Relic ecosystem of developers and open source solutions.

Track 2: Getting Data In

Audience: Developers, DevOps engineers, and SREs

With hundreds of ways to ingest data, including agents, integrations, telemetry SDKs, and APIs, how do you instrument everything to send data to the Telemetry Data Platform? Topics include using New Relic’s brand new automated and intelligent instrumentation experience, configuring New Relic as a Prometheus data source in Grafana, and using eBPF for no-code instrumentation with Pixie.

Track 3: AI/ML-Powered Observability

Audience: Developers, DevOps engineers, and SREs

This track is for those who are new to AI and machine learning, or even those using it every day. Show your fellow Data Nerds how they can uncover new ways to understand data, discover blind spots, and respond to incidents faster. Topics include how AIOps can help wrangle complexity and find unknown unknowns with proactive anomaly detection, event correlation, and root cause analysis.

Track 4: 011y 4 Modern Architectures

Audience: Developers, DevOps engineers, SREs, and IT leaders

From containerized applications using Kubernetes, or serverless apps on AWS Lambda or Microsoft Azure, show us your best practices for troubleshooting in modern environments to fix and prevent performance problems and outages. Topics include AWS Lambda and containers, SLOs, and KPI-driven continuous delivery.

Interested in presenting? Show your fellow Nerds how you level up. Our FutureStack call for papers is live through February 22. Click here for more details.

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