New Relic and WWT Observability Tech Talk Lunch & Learn
Join New Relic and WWT for a 90 minute Tech Talk on January 13th to learn how New Relic’s Observability Platform can accelerate your move to the cloud and help you become a software leader.
Register today to learn how the New Relic One platform provides the flexibility needed to accomplish this. Our value to our customers lies in how we ensure they can “future proof” their technological ecosystems. Driving Observability into their tech stacks is vital to building and running modern software—and it’s especially true when running applications for state and local governments. In working with thousands of our customers, we’ve found that the companies playing offense with software are relentlessly focused on three initiatives. Improving uptime & performance to ensure a great customer experience, gaining greater scale & efficiency through projects like cloud adoption/migration, and accelerating time to value through speed and agility by embracing DevOps practices.. Join us to learn how leading organizations are leveraging Observability to accelerate modernization efforts which can include moving to the cloud, and how you can empower your teams to make better decisions more efficiently.
Welcome and Intros
Observability 101 and Customer Experience
David Moss, Director of Data Management & GIS at Maricopa County, will share his New Relic Observability Story
Date: January 13th, 2021
Time: 11:30am EST to 1:00pm EST
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