Recently, we announced a stellar line-up of speakers for our third-annual user conference, Illuminate taking place on Sept 11-12 in Burlingame, CA. At this year’s conference we want our attendees to “See Business Differently..See the World Differently.” To help tell this story we will have a world-renowned author and visionary speaker, as well as an unprecedented 50+ speakers from across a variety of industries, ranging from food to cutting-edge robotics, who will share their insights on how Sumo Logic’s cloud-native machine data analytics platform can address the challenges of digital transformation and enable the delivery of engaging and secure customer experiences. If you are a business using new operating models (e.g. digital business, born-in-the-cloud,etc.), new innovation models (e.g DevOps, DevSecOps) or new technologies (e.g. microservices, Kubernetes), this event is one not to be missed!
What will attendees learn at Illuminate 19?
Headlining this year’s event we are ecstatic to have world-renowned economist and author of the New York Times best-selling book, The Third Industrial Revolution, Jeremy Rifkin, on the main stage on day two, who will share his thoughts on the intersection of technology with social, economic, and environmental change, as well as the role innovation (specifically data analytics) will play to drive positive change in the decades ahead. Mr. Rifkin follows Sumo Logic CEO Ramin Sayar who will deliver the opening keynote at the conference on day one, to discuss with attendees how real-time, continuous intelligence is enabling faster innovation and enable better customer experiences. Also, he will talk about the convergence of DevOps and security and how DevSecOps will impact different organizations in the years to come.
Illuminate brings together an impressive array of speakers from the world’s best-known brands to hear first-hand how they are using Sumo Logic to harness the power of real-time machine data analytics and get the continuous intelligence needed to build, run and secure modern applications and accelerate digital business transformation.
Here is an overview of the 50+ breakout session tracks:
Monitoring & Troubleshooting
For attendees wanting to learn more about how to optimally monitor, troubleshoot and optimize their modern applications and infrastructure to deliver the best possible customer experiences, they can hear from companies like Macquarie Bank, who are using Sumo Logic to successfully navigate around the complexities associated with cloud tech, Kubernetes and microservices.
From ensuring compliance to regulations such as GDPR to effectively executing threat investigations, Illuminate attendees will learn how Sumo Logic’s Security Analytics solutions are being integrated across a wide-array of security technologies to identify, investigate and remediate threats. Some interesting sessions include how USA TODAY NETWORK used Sumo Logic to improve their security posture and bridge their security and operations teams.
Attendees wanting to know how to optimize a search, use our APIs for automation, or learn about a new feature will be pleased to hear from Sumo Experts who will be demonstrating new features on log metadata and share best practices and tips learned for 1000’s of implementations. CloudBees’ chief scientist and creator of Jenkins will also be speaking about how to implement data-driven DevOps to improve speed and scale.
Sumo Best Practices
These sessions will provide attendees tips and tricks based on real-world experiences and insights so they can enhance the value of their deployment and use Sumo like an expert. Notable sessions include Genesys who will share how continuous improvement and a learnings mindset had influenced their organization beyond R&D teams and from Auth0 who will share their experience partnering with Sumo Logic during their cloud journey the past four years.
As you can see we have an amazing two days planned at Illuminate! Still some time to sign-up here: https://www.sumologic.com/illuminate2019/attend/
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