October 3, 2019
Transform into the digital future at light speed!
Learn, network, and be inspired.
For one day only, we are bringing together technical experts, industry leaders, and some of the UK's biggest brands to London for our cloud innovation conference, PerformGo! London.
PerformGo! London will be the one place attracting industry leaders and seasoned technologists to connect, learn how to accelerate innovation at scale, transform the way they work and succeed in an increasingly complex software universe.
Join us for a fully packed day where attendees will benefit from the most relevant technical and business content on software intelligence, enterprise cloud transformation, AIOps, BizDevOps, Autonomous Cloud and digital experience.
Hear innovation and transformation stories
from these industry leaders
Welcome to PerformGo! London
Path to Autonomous Operations - Dave Anderson, SVP Marketing, Dynatrace
Product Update and AI Vision - Roman Spitzbart, Senior Director Sales Engineering EMEA, Dynatrace
Customer spotlight - Steve Amos, IT Customer Experience & Operations Manager. Mike Akers, IT Monitoring Services, Manager - Vitality
Transforming into a Cloud Native Organization - Andreas Grabner, DevOps Activist, Dynatrace
Customer spotlight - Laura Crow, Head of IT Services and Glenn Gibson, System Services Specialist, Newcastle Strategic Solutions
Accelerating Application Modernization with AWS
Digital Transformation and Digital Experience - Dave Anderson, SVP Marketing, Dynatrace
Customer Spotlight - Mark Forrester, Digital Application Support Manager, Mitchells & Butlers
Dynatrace Vision - Michael Allen, VP Global Partners, Dynatrace
Thank you and closing comments
Lunch and networking
Welcome to London
Almost opposite the Houses of Parliament, County Hall was for many years the home of London's government, in the form of the London County Council and latterly the Greater London Council (GLC) and Inner London Education Authority (ILEA). The imposing building, designed by Ralph Knott, was started in 1911 but the intervention of two world wars prevented its completion until 1958. During construction a 3rd century Roman ship was discovered.
3rd Floor County Hall etc.venues, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 7PB