Speaker Details

Gregory Ouillon

New Relic

Gregory Ouillon is the CTO, EMEA at New Relic. In this role, he supports customers across EMEA as they adopt modern technologies and transform digitally. Greg brings extensive experience as a technology leader, turning new technology into global services, developing high-tech innovations and scaling them up into profitable businesses. Greg has led major platform and portfolio transformations, re-factoring mission-critical applications, moving to Cloud, introducing DevOps, re-architecting operational and business support systems, upping security. Prior to New Relic, Greg held leadership roles at SITAONAIR, SITA, Orange Business Services, and Equant. He managed engineering and software development, service creation, product P&Ls, strategy and innovation . A French national, Greg is based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Gregory Ouillon is the CTO, EMEA at New Relic. In this role, he supports customers across EMEA as they adopt modern technologies and transform digitally. Greg brings extensive experience as a technology leader, turning new"/>

You want to code, ship and own your code? Build your Observability muscle

As DevOps teams increase their velocity, they are facing big questions all along the software lifecycle, e.g. how to: 


Develop high performance and production ready code that can be easily supervised

Automate release management, testing and performance validation down to production

Detect, understand and resolve performance issues faster along the full stack

Tie software performance to customer experience and business performance 

Build a data-driven team culture and implement meaningful SLOs

Boost collaboration and share insights between Developer, SRE and Engineers

Take full ownership for their code and architecture in production and continuously improve

In this session, we will discuss how high performance DevOps teams build their Observability muscle to deploy ever faster with greater confidence and take full ownership of their software.


Monitoring
Collaboration
Coding
Culture
Devops