|By AppDynamics Blog||
|August 8, 2014 06:56 PM EDT||
AppSphere is just a few short months away, and we’ve lined up an incredible agenda that will uncover the trends that are affecting technology and discuss best practices for managing the impact of evolving technology on your bottom line.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from thought leaders like Jonah Kowall, Research Vice President, IT Operations at Gartner; Lance Crosby, Chief Executive Officer of SoftLayer, an IBM Company; and Bill Platt, General Manager of Amazon Web Services.
You’ll also hear a panel of experts from Microsoft, Google, Red Hat, and SoftLayer discuss the future of the Cloud; interact and learn with your peers during breakout sessions; and receive a view into the AppDynamics Product Roadmap.
In addition to this robust agenda, we’re pleased to announce a special discount for individuals who register during the month of August. Tickets for the three day conference are $495 ($200 discount!) and include AppDynamics training!
To learn more about the conference and register, visit: appdynamics.com/conference
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