We're very excited to bring the New Relic User Group circuit to our hometown of San Francisco. On Thursday, January 22nd, join us for an evening of presentations, collaboration, and Q&A amongst other New Relic users and experts. Tasty treats and beverages will be provided.
This time around, we'll also be featuring a special session of New Relic University, a training program geared towards giving you the tools and resources you need to get the most out of New Relic.
Check out our schedule & speakers below and RSVP now! Hope to see you there.
Customer Training Session
6 - 6:45pm Secrets of the APM Ninjas - Phil Weber
6:45 - 7pm Food, drinks & mingling
7 - 7:20pm Building Merchant Dashboards w/ New Relic Insights - Matthew Short, Tacit Knowledge
7:40 - 8pm Q&A with Jeff Martens and Yogi Pillay
8pm - 8:30 Food, drinks, & mingling
Secrets of the APM Ninjas - Phil Weber, New Relic
It’s easy to get started with New Relic APM: Simply add the agent to your application and set a couple of configuration settings, and in just a few minutes you get a wealth of performance data. But there are a number of less-used features that can make New Relic even more helpful. In this session, you’ll learn how to use some of these advanced features including deployment tracking, server monitoring, notes, and Custom Dashboards.
Building Merchant Dashboards with New Relic Insights- Matthew Short, Tacit Knowledge
Keeping an eye on critical server health and wellness is key to any shop, yet Insights provides capabilities to extend monitoring to overall online business activity. Based on work capturing key online e-Commerce events in Insights, we'll discuss how Insights can serve as an online customer engagement solution using custom attributes and custom events.
Q&A Session - Jeff Martens & Yogi Pillay, New Relic
Product Manager Jeff Martens and Sales Engineer Yogi Pillay will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Want to learn more about adding custom attributes with New Relic Insights? Eager to hear the latest updates on new products like New Relic Browser and Synthetics? Ask away!
All New Relic users and fans are welcome! For more New Relic events in the Bay Area, be sure to check out our page on Meetup and keep an eye on the hashtag #NewRelicUG.
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