Nirvana.jpg September 21, 2017


Companies are committed to delivering on higher levels of customer satisfaction for their online services. Unfortunately, many organizations trying to support these initiatives take an interrupt driven approach where they monitor everything with every tool available. The steps you should take to manage to these high levels of SLAs is to start with a review of your current approach and toolset against the business needs to help you create a path to continuous service delivery optimization.

 The first step in getting control and visibility into your DevOps environment is to collect and instrument everything. But how do you get started, what are the next steps. In this webinar we will distill the learning from hundreds of our customers into a simple 5 step process.



Tim Hall, VP of Products

Tim is a seasoned executive responsible for products, support, and professional services at InfluxData. Prior to joining InfluxData, Tim was VP of product management at Hortonworks where he was responsible for leading the product management, documentation, and user experience design teams. Previously, Tim held management level positions at Oracle, HP, Talking Blocks, and Xpedior. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Claremont McKenna College in Science and Management with a concentration in Physics.







Chris Churilo, Director of Product Marketing

Chris Churilo is responsible for Product Marketing at InfluxData. Prior to joining InfluxData, she helped to define and design a SaaS monitoring solution at Centroid, focused on the red Stack (Oracle) and prior to that she was the VP of product management at iPass where she was responsible for UX, product management and was the line of business owner for several cloud services that required her to track the business and operational metrics and analytics to help identify and resolve issues. Previously, Chris held marketing, product management, and engineering positions at Omnicell and Apple and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from UC Berkeley.