This week, thousands of developers will gather at FutureStack15, the annual New Relic user conference Nov. 11-13 in San Francisco.
Beyond a great speaker lineup and talks on trending topics like containerization, DevOps and more, this is an annual gathering of developers, IT experts and technologists who are building, running and changing the world of modern software.
Here are the four reasons not to miss this year's FutureStack:
- Learn techniques and tools to speed your development cycle. You’ll find every leading- edge tool related to the modern developer stack at FutureStack.
- Discover DevOps best practices and tips on how to make DevOps work in a real organization. Renowned DevOps guru Gene Kim will cover all of that and more in a Friday morning session.
- Speed matters. Understand why resilience, speed and responsiveness are critical for any business and any software today. Complex, modern software architectures require entirely new ways of maintaining, improving and testing performance. At FS15 you’ll learn all that and more.
- Network with engineers and fellow techies from innovative companies in a variety of fun venues. You’d be hard-pressed to find another event that packs so many developers and data nerds in one place. It’s the perfect place to connect with your tribe.
As a proud New Relic partner, Nouvola is very happy to announce that we will be co-sponsoring this year’s event. So stop by the Nouvola booth, catch a glimpse of the future of performance testing software, and learn how you can win an Apple TV. (Tip: for a sneak preview, take Nouvola DiveCloud for a test drive today.)
And in case you needed a bonus reason, we’re also happy to extend a special discount of 50% off the cost of your FutureStack ticket – just use promo code FS1550BD when completing your registration. We hope you'll take advantage of this offer and join us at FS15.
Want to learn more about Nouvola? We'd love the opportunity to talk with you about how Nouvola makes performance testing easy and elegant, saving valuable time to allow you to focus on what really matters. Let's set aside some 1:1 time.