Google Next 2024: Get back to innovation with cloud native observability

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Google Next 2024 runs from April 9-11 in Las Vegas. Read about what we’ll be up to and where to find us at the show.

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Jess Lulka Technical Content Writer | Chronosphere

Jess is a Technical Content Writer on the content marketing team at Chronosphere. She has over a decade of experience writing, editing, and managing content for B2B technology brands. Prior to Chronosphere, she worked at TechTarget covering data center, virtualization, and IoT technology. She currently resides in Seattle and is a trivia enthusiast.


Getting your developers out of a never-ending cycle of troubleshooting and remediation may feel impossible; but finding the right cloud native observability tool is how you get teams back to innovation and code production. To see this in action, join Chronosphere at Google Next from April 9-11 in Las Vegas. 

The show has a packed session catalog with talks on observability, security, software development, generative artificial intelligence (AI), cloud infrastructure, and more. The schedule includes a wide variety of speakers, an expansive vendor showcase, and breakout tracks for: 

  • DevOps professionals
  • Site reliability engineers
  • Machine learning
  • Security experts
  • Infrastructure architects 
  • Application developers
  • Platform engineers

Beyond all the talk tracks, this event provides Google and its partners a chance to showcase what they bring to the market and how attendees can optimize their cloud native environments. For us, that means showcasing our partnership with Google – and how your teams can use our platform and pipeline offerings to refine source data and help it support the business. 

Read on to learn about where we’ll be at the show, how to connect with us, and some fun recommendations for Las Vegas!  

Google + Chronosphere: A growing partnership

Chronosphere is happy to announce that we have been awarded Premier Partner status for Google Cloud. As a premier partner our customers can feel confident knowing that we have earned the highest level of proficiency as a Google build partner. Additionally, it shows that we have proven success with joint customers to implement solutions and realize value from working with Chronosphere and Google Cloud. It is a win-win for everyone involved.

Go from data to insights with Chronosphere

To get the full deep dive on how observability can help get your developers back to innovation, be sure to stop by Booth 541. There, you can get a product demo, talk to our observability experts, learn how we’re built on Google Kubernetes Engine, our Google Marketplace offering, and the latest Fluent 3.0 features. And, of course, pick up some <CTRL> freak socks and stickers and be entered to win a one-of-a-kind electronic helmet.

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Did you miss the opportunity to win the cool programable helmet at our last two shows? Stop by booth 541 to scan your badge for another opportunity.

If just stopping by the booth to talk to us isn’t quite enough, we’ll also have our executive team on site to chat about your observability goals, concerns, and illuminate how Chronosphere can help you get the most insights out of your data.

Beyond the booth

Even if you can’t get to our booth, you can absolutely connect with us throughout the show with: 

📝 Maturity assessments from Thoughtworks
April 9-11 

Unsure where your organization stands on its observability adoption journey? We’ve partnered with Thoughtworks to provide 1 hour assessments so you can determine the current state of your observability strategy, what objectives and key results to target, and advice on how to close any gaps in your current environment. 

Every attendee will receive: 

  • A personalized perspectives document that identifies key industry trends that you need to understand when shaping your strategy.
  • A capability playbook that will be sent prior to the workshop to help you prepare.
  • A post-event meeting to walk through any additional findings and recommendations.

This assessment does require a pre-show survey. Availability is limited; request an assessment here ASAP. 

📊Startup Lounge
Tuesday, April 9, 4:15 PM
Google Next Startup Lounge 

Come hear about our new integration with Google Cloud Personalized Service Health at the Google Next Startup Lounge. In her talk, “It Wasn’t Me! Immediately Identify Google Cloud Changes Impacting Your Apps,” Chronosphere’s Head of Product and Solution Marketing, Rachel Dines, will demonstrate how our joint solution enables customers to centralize their change event data and use it to instantly correlate changes with system health issues. Learn how this helps you quickly understand what changed in your cloud environment, so you can debug issues faster and get back to work.

🍸 Cheers to Observability 

Tuesday, April 9, 7-10 PM
minus5 ICEBAR, Mandalay Bay

If you’d like to cool down from all the hot info you’re getting from day one of the show, join us (along with Google Cloud, Pulumi, and CrowdStrike) for our Cheers to Observability event at Mandalay Bay’s minus5 ICEBAR. We’ll be there to mingle, enjoy the ice sculptures. Don’t worry – we’ll be providing the parkas, socks, and hats! 

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We’ll then continue the evening at the 1923 Prohibition Bar with an excellent selection of food, drinks, company, and world-class live entertainment from piano players, burlesque dancers, and more. Spots are limited  so be sure to reserve your parka TODAY!

If you have time beyond this jam-packed event, we’ve got some local Las Vegas recommendations for you. But even if you can’t step out of Mandalay Bay, we can’t wait to see you next week

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