Logz.io is a Platinum Sponsor of DevOpsDays Boston

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[Editor’s note: Don’t forget to see the end for information on getting free passes to DevOpsDays Boston! Let’s share some lobster rolls.]

For thirteen years, I called Boston home and worked with wonderful teams of DevOps engineers. On September 15 and 16, I will be returning to Beantown with Logz.io to be a Platinum sponsor and present at DevOpsDays Boston with the goal of contributing some of the knowledge that I’ve picked up over my time in the industry.

There’s a lot of collaboration, cross-training, and communal education within the Boston DevOps community specifically, and I’ve always made it a point to maintain strong ties with my friends there. I’ve learned a lot in the DevOps space, and I’m excited that I finally have the chance to collaborate with the community and learn from the great speakers.

Interested? I’ll be presenting a workshop on how to use Kibana 4.0 for log analysis — as a preview, you can see a guide of mine on upgrading to Kibana 4! — and then giving a talk on how to make creative tech T-shirts. In addition, my fellow Logz.io co-founder, CEO Tomer Levy, and I will have a demo booth in the Expo Hall.m

If you’d like a free pass, we have a couple of them available. Drop me a line at Asaf (at) logz.io if you’d like one. First come, first serve! It’ll be wicked good.

Bonus! If you’ll be visiting Boston for the first time, here are three recommendations on what to see in addition to the usual tourist sites:

— My favorite restaurant – The Toro restaurant
— My favorite bar – The Alibi bar at the Liberty Hotel
— My favorite museum – The ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art)

Asaf Yigal is co-founder and VP Product of Logz.io. He also obtained his pilot’s license in Boston, and the photo at the top of this post is one that he took while flying.

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