Events

Upcoming Events

15 Feb 2023 · 12 AM PST
Learning from Incidents, 15-16th February
NOBL9
16 Feb 2023 · 1 PM PST
Webinar: SLO 101 With Nobl9
NOBL9
07 Mar 2023 · 10 AM PST
Webinar: How Should I Set My SLOs?
15 May 2023 · 12 AM
SLOconf 2023

Learning from Incidents, 15-16th February

Event

15 Feb 2023 · 12 AM PST

Denver

Two Days of Learning in Denver, Colorado

FI is a community challenging conventional views and reshaping how the software industry thinks about incidents, software reliability, and the critical role people play in keeping their systems running.
In today’s economy, software organizations can’t afford to not learn from incidents.
 

 

Webinar: SLO 101 With Nobl9

Webinar

16 Feb 2023 · 1 PM PST

Online

Join this Service Level Objective (SLOs) training, where you will learn how to: Collect website uptime data and turn it into SLOs, set up error budget alerting workflows, and analyze service risks to tune your SLOs.
 

Webinar: How Should I Set My SLOs?

Webinar

07 Mar 2023 · 10 AM PST

Online

SLOconf 2023

Register for SLOconf 2023

15 May 2023 · 12 AM

Online

SLOconf is the only event dedicated to the practice and application of SLOs. The event features industry leaders in SRE, DevOps, and software engineering and is open to all.

Building on the success of SLOconf 2022, where we featured 63 companies and more than 1,000 leading brands from 83 countries in attendance over four days, our third trip around the world in 2023 will even be better!

Past Events

Time Traveling SLO
Dec 07, 2022 · 11 AM PST

Time Traveling SLO

Tune in to hear Keri Melich explain how you can create Service Level Objectives (SLOs) with historical data in minutes instead of days or weeks.
AWS re:Invent
Nov 28, 2022 · 9 AM PST

AWS re:Invent

How Nobl9 Uses SLOs Internally
Nov 09, 2022 · 11 AM PST

How Nobl9 Uses SLOs Internally

Many people ask us, “if you’re so into SLOs, how do you use them yourself? How do you use SLOs if you are on Kubernetes?” Here is a chance to hear firsthand how Ian Bartholomew, SRE Manager at Nobl9, uses SLOs to build and run the Nobl9 Kubernetes platform. You’ll see real data, some example situations, and how SLOs help us run reliably and efficiently and keep everyone on the same page (and the pager off).
AKAI Code
Nov 04, 2022 · 12 AM EST

AKAI Code

The first edition of the AKAI Code hackathon organized by AKAI - Akademickie Koło Aplikacji Internetowych - takes place at the Poznań University of Technology.

Nobl9 is a sponsor of this event.

 

SREcon EMEA
Oct 26, 2022 · 9 AM EST

SREcon EMEA

The technology industry moves at an incredible pace. Innovation and change are always at the forefront of everyone's mind. Especially in the Site Reliability Engineering space, people feel pressured more than ever to keep up with all of the newest tools, processes, and philosophies. For many organizations, however, chasing all of the shiny things can end up being a detriment as opposed to a benefit. Let's examine these pressures, what the realities of most SRE organizations are, and how we can all best move into the future -- together, thoughtfully, and meaningfully.
DevOps Days Tampa Bay
Oct 21, 2022 · 10 AM EST

DevOps Days Tampa Bay

DevOpsDays is a worldwide series of community run technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them. It is run by volunteers from community, for the benefit of the community.
SLOconf Monthly
Oct 20, 2022 · 12 PM PST

SLOconf Monthly

How do you plan for unplanned incidents? You practice with Chaos Engineering. Strong incident response doesn’t just happen, you have to build the skills and train your team. Practicing for major incidents gives your team insight into how your applications will behave when something goes wrong and how it might impact your SLOs, as well as how the team will interact to solve problems. Combining your Incident Response practices with Chaos Engineering roots your response practice in real-world scenarios, helping your team build confidence.

 
P99 Conference
Oct 19, 2022 · 8 AM PST

P99 Conference

People want their computer services to operate well, and consequently they often set targets for how reliable they hope to be. In addition to target percentages, percentiles are often used to make it easier to examine the data for most user experiences, while ignoring the outliers. But problems often arise because of a tendency to only think about "nines". All services and user experiences are unique, and it is all too common to ignore important data or stress your systems and humans by trying to be more performant than you need to be. Throw away your nines, and let's find some better numbers to use instead.
Nobl9 migration to AWS Managed Prometheus
Oct 13, 2022 · 11 AM PST

Nobl9 migration to AWS Managed Prometheus

Nobl9 uses SLOs to monitor reliability and their impact on user experience. As a rapidly growing business, Nobl9 employs AWS observability solutions that are cost-effective, rich in functionality, and that scales.

This webinar will look at the Nobl9 observability tooling migration to AWS Managed Prometheus, covering:

-Cost saving strategies
-Open source options
-The migration process
-Implementation tips
DevOps Days Houston
Oct 04, 2022 · 10 AM CST

DevOps Days Houston

360 View Webcast
Sep 29, 2022 · 1 PM EST

360 View Webcast

In the September episode of 360View, we'll cover these 3 disruptive and compelling technologies in 60 minutes where you'll learn:

  • How do you find MDR providers who can deliver effective threat response? Today, organizations are seeing more sophisticated malware threats and targeted attacks, but traditional SOCs can't keep up. (w. Open Systems)

  • How does true continuous data protection (CDP) work? Learn how Zerto's replication engine that doesn't sleep—it continuously replicates your production data to other locations in real time.

  • How to define, measure and monitor your service level objectives (SLO)? Learn how Nobl9 can centrally manage SLOs across the enterprise.
AWS Build On Observability Day
Sep 29, 2022 · 8 AM PST

AWS Build On Observability Day

Conversations between AWS experts and guests happen in real time, giving the audience a chance to influence the discussion and receive immediate answers.
Sumologic Illuminate
Sep 13, 2022 · 12 PM PST

Sumologic Illuminate

Sal Furino from Nobl9 is presenting.
DevOps Days Charlotte
Sep 09, 2022 · 12 PM EST

DevOps Days Charlotte

devopsdays is a worldwide community conference series for anyone interested in IT improvement.

Alex Hidalgo of Nobl9 is speaking at this event.

DevOpsDays Charlotte
Sep 08, 2022 · 9 AM EST

DevOpsDays Charlotte

You need to measure your computer services to know how they're operating. Logs, metrics, traces, SLOs, statistical analysis, probabilistic normalization --  within tech our approaches to understanding how things are going are more complex than ever. But it's not just software and hardware that needs to be monitored. Just about every discipline on the planet has some concept of how to monitor, measure, and account for detected failures.

In this talk we'll discuss some ways other disciplines such as the transit industry measure their own output, what the difference is between measurement and monitoring, and what we can learn from that when measuring our own.

Deutsche Bank's 2022 Technology Conference
Sep 01, 2022 · 11 AM PST

Deutsche Bank's 2022 Technology Conference

Marcin Kurc from Nobl9 is participating in a panel.
AWS Summit Chicago
Aug 25, 2022 · 3 PM CST

AWS Summit Chicago

Nobl9 is a global leader for implementing and managing service-level objectives (SLOs). This session shares how Nobl9 uses Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus for observability in their SaaS platform. Dive into the Nobl9 journey, from their existing observability tooling to AWS Managed Service for Prometheus, covering cost savings, benefits, the migration process and best practices for observability migration. Also learn how Nobl9 uses SLOs to monitor the reliability of external dependencies and their impact on their end user experience during migration.
DevOpDays Dallas
Aug 24, 2022 · 9 AM CST

DevOpDays Dallas

Come learn about the latest in the DevOps community and check out a demo of Nobl9. For more info and special event pricing contact jforce@nobl9.com
Why SLOs are a Must-Have for SREs and Cloud-Native Services
Aug 17, 2022 · 11 AM PST

Why SLOs are a Must-Have for SREs and Cloud-Native Services

The reliance on IT and the SREs to keep the business services deployed and running has never been higher, nor have the stakes. To survive and thrive in this environment, meeting reliability goals across your critical business services is essential. The only way to do that is to have effective Service Level Objectives.
Building Service Level Objectives for Scale: Case Studies and Best Practices
Jun 29, 2022 · 11 AM PST

Building Service Level Objectives for Scale: Case Studies and Best Practices

 
This webinar will share how organizations are creating and deploying Service Level Objectives (SLOs) at scale. You will learn about:
-Frameworks and best practices for implementing SLOs
-Innovative approaches organizations are using to ensure that
SLOs grow with their needs
-Four real-world cases of successful deployments

Date: Wed June 29, 2022
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Speaker: Sal Furino, Customer Success, Nobl9
SLOConf Monthly - June 2022
Jun 15, 2022 · 12 PM PST

SLOConf Monthly - June 2022

We are beyond excited to invite you to SLOconf Monthly Meetup on June the 15th at 12 pm PT 2022! Wayne Major - AutoSLO - How to create a large number of SLOs automatically for a large number of assets in your organization.
Building a Platform and SRE Team
Jun 14, 2022 · 3 PM EST

Building a Platform and SRE Team

With the rapid adoption of DevOps and cloud, many organizations establish platform or cloud engineering and site reliability engineering (SRE) as part of their operations and infrastructure teams. SRE and platform engineering can be complementary functions or combined as one team, as both benefit from applying engineering discipline, automation and infrastructure as code. Some organizations take a self-service or platform-as-a-product approach to better match the cadence and needs of product and development teams across the company.

How should you build your platform engineering and SRE teams, and what learnings can you gain from others? Join our cross-functional team of platform engineering and SRE experts as we explore these topics and insights.
Panel: The Business Impact of Digital Customer Experience
Jun 14, 2022 · 8 AM PST

Panel: The Business Impact of Digital Customer Experience

When people interact with your digital service, it leaves them with impressions about your brand and the value of your offering. The user’s journey across multiple systems is called the digital customer experience (DCX). Why does this matter? And how does system performance impact that experience, and the business?

Join us as we discuss:

  • Why digital experiences matter, and to whom?
  • Balancing and aligning business, security, and technology
  • Challenges, obstacles, and opportunities
Nine common Service Level Objective mistakes (and how to avoid them)
Jun 09, 2022 · 2 PM EST

Nine common Service Level Objective mistakes (and how to avoid them)

Many organizations today are looking at Service Level Objectives (SLOs) as a way to create a deeper understanding of reliability. This webinar will explore:

-Strategies for optimizing SLOs for the enterprise
-Common mistakes people make when creating SLOs
-Resources you can leverage to reduce implementation risks
Webinar: Tracking SLOs and SLIs with Sumo Logic and Nobl9
May 26, 2022 · 10 AM PST

Webinar: Tracking SLOs and SLIs with Sumo Logic and Nobl9

Join Natalia Sikora-Zimna, Product Owner at Nobl9, to learn how Nobl9’s integration with Sumo Logic’s full-stack observability platform allows teams to set and understand clear reliability goals for their mission-critical applications and services. In this demo, we will cover how SLIs computed from logs and metrics using Sumo Logic’s powerful query language are automatically ingested into Nobl9 and expressed as SLOs designed to drive automated actions when error budgets are at risk to improve reliability over time.
Live Demo webinar with Nobl9
May 19, 2022 · 12 PM PST

Live Demo webinar with Nobl9

Highlights include:

  • Configuring Pingdom to collect website uptime data
  • Setting up error budget alerting workflows
  • Strategies for tuning your SLOs
SLOconf 2022
May 09, 2022 · 12 AM PST

SLOconf 2022

Building on the success of SLOconf 2021, we’re bringing back the virtual conference to our community! This is an attend-while-you-work event, scheduled for May 9-12th, 2022, aimed for reliability engineers, enthusiasts, and anyone else who gets excited about reliability to gather and talk about SLOs in depth.
SLO 101 Hands on Training
Apr 13, 2022 · 11 AM PST

SLO 101 Hands on Training

Join this Service Level Objectives (SLOs) training where you will learn how to: Collect website uptime data and turn it into SLOs, set up error budget alerting workflows, and analyze service risks to tune your SLOs. 
SLOconf Monthly
Jan 26, 2022 · 12 AM PST

SLOconf Monthly

Julie Gunderson- "The Road to Reliability" and Vidya Subramanian- "SRE at large Enterprises"
Full Stack Observability Webinar
Nov 19, 2021 · 12 AM PST

Full Stack Observability Webinar

Learn about Cisco and Nobl9's perspective on full-stack observability for the enterprise IT stack.
Product Update with Customer Panel
Nov 18, 2021 · 12 AM PST

Product Update with Customer Panel

We announce Hydrogen: A new way to prevent burnout, optimize velocity and rebalance technical debt is coming.
SLOconf Monthly
Nov 10, 2021 · 12 AM PST

SLOconf Monthly

McLaren Racing Engineer Andrew Jarvis
How is running your software infrastructure like racing a Formula 1 Car?
Game over? Reliability in Gaming
Jun 26, 2021 · 12 AM PST

Game over? Reliability in Gaming

Steve Yegge, Developer of Wyvern and Nobl9 COO Kit Merker chat about reliability in gaming, war stories, and what it means to have reliable games.
MeetUp
29 Nov 2021 · 12 AM
01 Jul 2021 · 9 AM

SRE Meetup

29 Nov 2021 · 12 AM

Sal Kimmich: Why MTTU (Mean Time to Update) is the best metric you've never heard of

Webinar

01 Jul 2021 · 9 AM

Unlock the Cheatcode for SLOs and Error Budgets

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Element 7-1NOBL9 has given us a pulse on balancing these two very difficult concerns, and the net of it is that we now have a very clear understanding of when it is time to favor software reliability over features, and vice-versa."

Kristian Dell'Orso, VP Site Reliability Engineering - Flexera
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The first SLO Conference
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The New Stack SRE Author Panel is part of the SLOconf. Here experts deal with questions like: What happens when an SLO goes wrong?