Join us for a special startup founder and CTO webinar featuring former Amazon Web Services (AWS) startup alumni, Pixie and IOpipe, as well as AWS' Tech Lead for Startup Solution Architects Chris Munns.

While you might have a great product market fit, a prototype, and a pitch deck, an idea is often only as good as the infrastructure you have to scale it.

During this roundtable, we'll discuss:

  • How your Day One infrastructure decisions impact Day 400
  • Choosing between monolith and microservices
  • Tips for building on Kubernetes and serverless environments with AWS
  • Building and deploying with confidence with observability practices  

We will also walk through how AWS Activate + New Relic for Startups provides eligible startups with the most generous startup offer available so you can monitor and debug your entire AWS environment in just a few clicks.

If you’re interested in joining AWS Activate, learn more here.

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Event speakers

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Nočnica Fee

Sr Developer Advocate – Product Marketing Manager

Nočnica Fee is a dev advocate specializing in cloud applications, serverless, and containerization. She writes regularly for The New Stack and has been published in Information Age and Forbes. She blogs on, streams on twitch at, and spends her weekends caring for her dozens of houseplants.

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Chris Munns

Tech Lead/Advisor Startup Solution Architects, AMER @ AWS

Chris Munns is the lead Developer Advocate for Serverless Applications at Amazon Web Services based in New York City. Chris works with AWS's developer customers to understand how serverless technologies can drastically change the way they think about building and running applications at potentially massive scale with minimal operations overhead. Chris has a Bachelor of Science in Applied Networking and System Administration from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Natalie Serrino

Principal Software Engineer - Pixie Founding Engineer

Natalie Serrino is a Principal Engineer at New Relic working on the Pixie open source project. She focuses on Pixie’s data layer, more specifically, the PxL language, the PxL compiler, and Pixie’s edge query engine for analytics.

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Adam Johnson

Principal PM (IOpipe Co-Founder)

Adam is a Principal Product Manager for New Relic Errors Inbox, Synthetics, and Deployments where he's focused on taking the pain out of troubleshooting modern applications for developers. As a former co-founder and CEO of IOpipe (acquired by New Relic in November 2019), he's spent the past four years helping enterprises get real-time visibility into the most granular behavior or their serverless applications.

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