October Atlanta New Relic User Group

Feb 20 - Oct 15, 2015 · Atlanta, United States of America
We're very excited for the 2nd New Relic User Group in Atlanta! Join us for an evening of presentations, collaboration, and Q&A amongst other New Relic users and experts. Food and beverages will be provided. Check out the schedule & speakers below and RSVP now! Hope to see you there.   Schedule   6:00 - 6:30 Food, Drinks, & Networking 6:30 - 6:50 Erin Stanfill, VersionOne 6:50 - 7:10 Jeff Martens, New Relic 7:10 - 7:30 Clay Smith, New Relic 7:30 - 8:00 Q&A, Discussion   All New Relic users and fans are welcome! For more New Relic events in Atlanta, be sure to check out our page on Meetup and keep an eye on the hashtag #NRUG.     Talk Details   New Relic at VersionOne Erin Stanfill, Developer, VersionOne Erin will talk about how VersionOne is using New Relic to gain insight into the usage patterns and performance of Estimably™, a distributed planning poker-style estimation game implemented with node.js and socket.io.  Estimably, a standalone service in the cloud, was one of our first forays into the modern interpretation of DevOps, giving the whole team experience with continuous delivery and injecting an Ops perspective into the entire process, from planning through deployment and monitoring.     New Relic Browser 1 year later. Why End User Experience Monitoring matters more than ever Jeff Martens, Product Manager - Browser, New Relic We know frontend performance monitoring is an option, but how much does it matter? In this talk, Jeff will share not only why frontend monitoring matters, but also how New Relic Browser customers are improving the experience of their users. He’ll also offer a glimpse into the future of New Relic Browser and how it’s keeping up with the fast-changing world of frontend frameworks.     Web and Mobile coverage with New Relic Clay Smith, Developer Advocate, New Relic Clay will cover a broad overview of using New Relic for mobile and web applications, and get into the knitty-gritty technical details on practical applications you can implement within minutes.     FAQs   Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? If you have any questions, please contact jacksond@newrelic.com.     I want to help! Can I?   Yes! We appreciate any help. From selecting the right food to co-organizing a New Relic User Group, we would love to have your input. All levels of involvement are welcome, and some have even started a user group in their city! Email jacksond@newrelic.com if you're interested in helping out.  
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