Global event series spotlights technology and cultural practices for effective modern software teams
Features innovative customers and partners including Adobe, Cerner, Change Healthcare, Coinbase, Credit Karma, Gannett, Gap Inc., GE Digital, IBM, and more
New Relic, Inc. (NYSE: NEWR), provider of real-time insights for software-driven businesses today announced the kickoff of its FutureStack event series, with flagship events being held in San Francisco (September 11), London (October 2), and Sydney (October 17). FutureStack aims to bring together leading experts and practitioners to share real-world experience about how to build software successfully at scale.
“I’m thrilled to be joining our customers and partners today in San Francisco to kick off another great FutureStack series,” said Lew Cirne, CEO and founder, New Relic. “We’re excited to host DevOps teams from some of the world’s most innovative businesses, including Change Healthcare, Gannett, and Gap Inc., who will share how they are leveraging the visibility from New Relic to accelerate their pace of innovation and embrace new technologies, including cloud services, containers, orchestration, and distributed architectures.”
As software increasingly dominates how companies deliver their customer experience, New Relic’s FutureStack events aim to help leading companies get the knowledge and tools they need to build software to stay ahead of the competition, with hands-on training, technical tracks, keynote talks, partner programing, and more.
Featured speakers at today’s San Francisco event include:
- Adobe – Adam Pazik, Regional Manager - Europe, Managed Services
- Cerner – Chad Hays, Associate Principal Engineer & Damon Herbst, Senior Director and Senior Principal Engineer, Distinguished Engineer
- Change Healthcare – Gopi Devalcheruvu, Vice President, Payments Engineering
- Coinbase – Chase Evans, Infrastructure Engineer
- Credit Karma – Mason Jones, Senior Staff Infrastructure Engineer
- Gannett/USA TODAY Network – Erik Bursch, Vice President, Product Technology
- Gap Inc. – Phil Glebow, Chief Architect
- GE Digital – Jonathan Love, Senior Site Reliability Engineer
- IBM – Craig Cook, DevOps Coach
- New Relic – Lew Cirne, CEO and Founder
- Redmonk – James Governor, Co-founder
Hands-on Training with New Relic University
Each FutureStack event will provide training sessions from its New Relic University program. The program’s certification program also now offers online training designed to introduce and enhance the skill sets of teams working on modern applications and infrastructures. Regional training programs will be focused on solution architects and consultants to guide them through measured cloud migrations and holistic monitoring strategies.
Commitment to Partners with New Relic Partner Program
Along with New Relic’s leading customers, at upcoming FutureStack events the New Relic Partner Program will gather leaders from alliance partners, system integrators, MSPs, and technology partners to explore ways to support joint customers through major cloud migration projects, DevOps initiatives, and transformational digital customer experience efforts.
FutureStack Global Roadshow Events
In addition to its flagship events in San Francisco, London, and Sydney, New Relic is launching a series of FutureStack roadshow events in cities around the world, including FutureStack content as well as New Relic University training courses. The North American FutureStack roadshow lineup includes New York City (October 30, 2018), Toronto (January 8, 2019), Boston (January 10), Atlanta (January 30), and Washington, D.C. (February 7), as well as Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Seattle in early-2019. Additional locations and dates will be announced in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the Pacific Region. To learn more, visit: https://futurestack.com.
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