Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Food, drinks and technical tips and tricks at Corvil’s NYC user meetup.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetupBy Jasmine Noel    June 24, 2016      Events

Being an Irish company, where else could we hold our NYC user meetup but at the “World’s Best Bar” award winner -- The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Aoife and Scott got there early to get things set up for the show.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

The socializing began as soon as we opened the doors.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

David Murray kicked off the formal agenda discussing The Iceberg Problem

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Here we see Gavin Byrne taking the crowd through Ninja-level tricks for configuration and data backup and storage.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Voyta Karas showing off the magic of Correlation Assistant and also sharing what goes on “behind the curtain.”

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Next up was the demo duo of Ken Jinks and Brian McGurk giving folks a sneak-peak of the future.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

The duo, along with their fearless leader Donal O’Sullivan, fielded tough technical questions from all comers – with barely enough time to down a few of the excellent fries, sliders, crab cakes and whiskey punch.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

We still had a good conversations going at “last call” at the wee hour of 9pm. Thanks to all that made this event a success and until the next time – stay thirsty for Corvil knowledge my friends.

Photo review of Corvil’s NYC user meetup

Jasmine Noel, Product Marketing & Sales Enablement, Corvil
Corvil is the leader in performance monitoring and analytics for electronic financial markets. The world’s financial markets companies turn to Corvil analytics for the unique visibility and intelligence we provide to assure the speed, transparency, and compliance of their businesses globally. Corvil watches over and assures the outcome of electronic transactions with a value in excess of $1 trillion, every day.
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