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Meg Hartley

Meg Hartley
I love building thriving communities — most recently @Sensu. You can find me in Oregon staring up at tall trees preferably while doing a sun salutation.

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Dear Boss: here’s why I should attend Sensu Summit 2019

In case you missed it, we announced Sensu Summit 2019! This year’s event will be held September 9-10, 2019 at Revolution Hall, a historic landmark in southeast Portland. Not only will you learn...

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Announcing Sensu Summit 2019: themes and CFP

We’re excited to announce this year’s Sensu Summit, happening September 9-10, 2019 at Revolution Hall in Portland, OR. This will be our third-annual user conference, where we’ll bring together the...

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Monitoring at scale, microservices, & more at Sensu Summit 2018

 The Sensu Summit speaker lineup is live

It’s almost time! Sensu Summit is coming up August 22-23, and we’re thrilled to share the event schedule and speaker lineup. Don’t forget — grab your ticket

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Announcing Kelsey Hightower at Sensu Summit

We’re super excited to announce that open source advocate (and all-around rockstar) Kelsey Hightower will be speaking at Sensu Summit 2018! In a fireside chat with Sensu co-founders Caleb Hailey...

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Join us for a Monitorama after party 🍹

On June 5, after the second day of Monitorama talks wraps up, head over to The Pearl Tavern for drinks, demos, and continued #monitoringlove conversations.

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Calling all speakers: submit your talk for Sensu Summit 2018

We recently announced our second-ever Sensu Summit, August 22–23 in Portland, Oregon. Last year, we heard some amazing talks from our customers, friends, and community, and we want to keep up the...

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The reasons to move to Kubernetes are many and compelling. This post doesn’t make the case that you should migrate, but assumes you have already decided that you want...

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