Oracle Code One, The “New” Conference for All Developers
It's the best New / Old Developer Conference around, as Oracle has re-branded Java One to Oracle One and now Code One. The 2018 edition marks a more open conference for developers, and we're excited to be participating, especially given our ability to instrument 10 different languages.
Three Reasons to Attend SREcon!
No matter how you think of Site Reliability Engineering, if you care about application delivery, SREcon is a perfect show for you. Come by the Instana booth to see how Automatic Infrastructure and Application Monitoring can help you deliver better quality applications faster, and with more confidence.
Stan’s Kubernetes Roadshow
San Francisco. New York. London. Berlin. Paris. Tokyo. Oh my!Stan has been a busy robot this past DevOps season. And he’s ready to hop on tour again after spending his...
Take to the Cloud at AWS Summit NYC
It’s just been two weeks since our last visit to the Big Apple, but we’re...
3 Reasons Why You Should Attend DevOps Enterprise Summit London
If you work in DevOps, there's nowhere better to be than the DevOps Enterprise Summit...
Stan’s Top Three QCon Sessions
QCon - the Show for Bleeding Edge Software Development - comes to New York. We're...
We’ve Loved Those ContainerDays – The Next Stop For Instana’s DevOps Roadshow
ContainerDays is at the historic freeport of Hamburg - and includes sessions on a historic...
Dockercon 2018 – Drinking Docker from a Firehose
A recap of Dockercon 2018 through the eyes of a Docker Captain. Docker product announcements,...
The Ultimate Guide to DockerCon SF
It's that time of year - DockerCon time! Whether you're a container novice or as...
5 Can’t Miss AWS Summit Sessions in BERLIN!
AWS Summit is touring the world, starting in San Francisco before traveling to Asia, Berlin...
4 Tips to Making Red Hat Summit SFO a Success
Red Hat Summit makes its third stop in the City By The Bay. Instana is...
Your Survival Guide to the AWS Summit San Francisco Cloud Invasion
The largest ever gathering of Amazon users in the Bay area - AND IT'S FREE!...