October Austin New Relic User Group

Feb 20 - Oct 19, 2015 · Seoul, United States of America
We're very excited for the 1st New Relic User Group in Austin! 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 Mark Garcia, Gravitant 6:50 - 7:20 Daniel Beal, New Relic 7:20 - 7:40 Matt Richins, Rackspace 7:40 - 8:10 Clay Smith, New Relic 8:10 - 8:30 Q&A, Discussion All New Relic users and fans are welcome! For more New Relic events in Austin, be sure to check out our page on Meetup and keep an eye on the hashtag #NRUG.     Talk Details New Relic Self-Service Mark Garcia, Director Cloud Operations / Systems Architect, Gravitant Mark will explain Self-Service - How to make your QA, Developers, and Non-technical teams use New Relic more. What's New with New Relic Daniel Beal, Technical Account Manager, New Relic Alerts Platform: We will walk through the development of the New Relic Alerts platform and provide an overview of it’s capabilities.   Modern Mobile Apps: Containers vs. CLI  Matt Richins, Cloud Architect, Rackspace Containers are exploding onto the application development scene and adoption is real and ahead of schedule in SMB and the enterprise. Containers are still maturing, but when it comes to building, iterating, and running applications, containers offer a lot of benefits. During this breakout, Matt Richins will discuss the state of container services and demonstrate the process of getting a mobile application up and running on a cloud container service. We’ll look at modern mobile app architectures and compare a container deployment to a traditional CLI new server setup. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the challenges that arise when running containers beyond demo scale.   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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