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Tuesday, October 25
Datadog 201


Tech Briefings are free sessions on technology topics that are of general interest to the Stanford community. No Registration is required.

Tech Briefings are monthly events, held during the week, usually in Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall, Room 111). No registration is required.

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Upcoming Tech Briefings

Date Topic Presenter(s)

Oct 25

Datadog 201: Making Your Metrics Work For You

Location: Redwood Hall, Room G19

Datadog is a SaaS monitoring solution that allows you to collect data from all of your servers and correlate data from 100's of natively supported integrations found across your stack. We allow you to collect, visualize and alert against all the metrics and events you collect for a streamlined solution to knowing what's happening across your infrastructure at all times.

Join us for a walkthrough of Datadog using Stanford University's accounts to show best practices, as well as answer any question based on topics specific to Stanford's infrastructure.

Note: This session was rescheduled from Thursday, October 27.

— Aaron Woods, Customer Success Manager, Datadog

— Stephanie Sher, Support Engineer, Datadog

Nov 17

VMware Roadmap: What's New

Location: Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall)

Full description coming soon

— Jeff Beck, VMware Client Executive for Stanford University and affiliates

—  Colin Smith, VMware Staff Systems Engineer

—  Louie Meletlidis, VMware Cloud Specialist


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Last modified October 18, 2016