We invite you to join us for Datadog Summit London on October 18, 2018. The summit is a one-day event focused on you—our customers and community.
At the Datadog Summit, you will meet and learn from fellow community members, contributors, and Datadog staff. You'll get the latest product updates, learn how your fellow community are using Datadog to build cultures of observability, and participate in open discussions and guided training sessions. In the hands-on training, we'll walk through best practices for building better dashboards and alerts, developing custom agent integrations, and monitoring and instrumenting your containerized applications.
Throughout his 15 years of experience in enterprise software, Amit has worked in various business strategy and technical management roles to bring new products to market. Before Datadog, Amit was the Director of Product Management at Quest Software (now Dell), where he led the team responsible for application performance monitoring. Previously, Amit held product management roles at enterprise software firms including Datamirror (now IBM) and Embarcadero Technologies, and technical roles with 3D-medical imaging and mobile encryption software companies. Amit holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and a Masters in Computer Science from Dalhousie University.
Technical Evangelist Datadog
Kirk Kaiser is a Developer Evangelist at Datadog, where he focuses on helping developers build more reliable, performant code with APM. Previously, he was the lead backend developer at Triller, scaling the app from zero to millions of users, and handling the traffic from being in the top 100 of iOS and Android stores at the same time. Kirk is also the author of a book teaching Python programming through art instead of print statements, called Make Art With Python.
Technical Evangelist Datadog
Matt Williams is a Technical Evangelist on Datadog's community team. He is passionate about the power of monitoring and metrics to make large-scale systems stable and manageable. So he tours the country speaking and writing about monitoring with Datadog. When he's not on the road, he's coding. You can find Matt on Twitter at @Technovangelist. Session: Workshop: Datadog 101.
Vice President of Product Datadog
Ilan Rabinovitch leads product and community teams at Datadog. Prior to joining Datadog, Ilan spent a number of years leading infrastructure and reliability engineering teams at organizations such as Ooyala and Edmunds.com.
Product Manager Datadog
Meghan is a product manager focused on Datadog's alerting and reporting platform. When she's not working with customers or calculating uptime, she's walking her dog around Brooklyn and tending to a surprisingly thriving garden.
Director of Product Management Datadog
Michael Gerstenhaber is a product director at Datadog, building products for Process and Container monitoring, and working with our IoT partners to design solutions for monitoring smart devices. Michael was previously an engineer at Cisco Systems where he contributed to a series of network and data center management tools, and later made a stopover in the video game industry, serving as director of product at Happy Cloud.
Engineering Manager Intercom
Brian manages teams and fixes problems. He is currently managing Intercom's internal developer productivity team, who owns Intercom's continuous integration, deployments, and developer environments.
Director, Product - Logs Datadog
Renaud is a product director at Datadog focused on log management. Prior to joining Datadog, Renaud was co-founder & Chief Product Officer at Logmatic.io (acquired by Datadog). Prior to Logmatic.io, Renaud lead development of high performance Business Intelligence solutions for financial institutions.
Technical Writer Datadog
Pierre is a technical writer with the Datadog Community team. He began his career as a technical evangelist at Logmatic.io. Through documentation and outreach, he strives to ensure the highest level of communication and understanding between products and people.
Senior Operations Engineer Zendesk
Anatoly is an engineer on Zendesk’s Capacity and Performance team where he partners with product teams on creative solutions for building efficient and reliable systems.
Technical Evangelist Datadog
Dan is a long-time system administrator - he first installed on his PC in 1995 and never looked back. A veteran of the original dot com bubble, he founded a web hosting company in the late 90's, and has since worked in a variety of environments from start-ups to global corporations, including stints as a university lecturer and a day laborer. Today, Dan is a Technical Evangelist at Datadog, a role that allows him to satisfy his obsession with classifying and measuring things in general.
Lead SRE Datadog
Léo leads the Site Reliability Engineering team at Datadog which focuses on tools and efforts improving the reliability of the product. During this past year, the SRE team worked on a number of initiatives such as chaos engineering, rethinking the incident response process and large upgrades to Datadog's infrastructure. Thanks to his developer background he brings the infrastructure teams closer to the other engineering teams at Datadog. Prior to SRE, Léo worked on the team that built the APM product from the ground up.
etc.venues Prospero House 241 Borough High St London SE1 1GA, UK
Welcome (Ilan Rabinovitch)
Keynote (Amit Agarwal)
Workshop: Datadog 101
Workshop: Hands on with Distributed Tracing and Datadog APM
Workshop: Reducing MTTR with Log Management
Workshop: Containers and Kubernetes Monitoring Best Practices
Reception and Networking Marks Bar at the Hixter (16 Great Guildford St)
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