Gavin Johnson is a programmer-turned-product marketer with experience in IT, tech consulting, and product marketing. At New Relic, he works with our open source team on community engagement and product awareness. Before joining New Relic, Gavin attended business school at the University of Southern California. He’s worked for Deloitte Digital as a Senior Consultant and Manager, designing and delivering custom applications for clients, and at AT&T as a Lead Product Marketing Manager for their digital video products. An Oregon native, Gavin now lives in Los Angeles. He is happily married, has a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and is a photographer, homebrewer, and former marathoner.
To become a community-friendly, open source partner, we needed to transform how we create our instrumentation. Here’s how we did it.
Easily build real-time observability pipelines with the New Relic Kafka connector. Learn how to set up the connector for both events and metrics, and start sending data.
I took a cheap Windows tablet with a keyboard case and turned it into a Linux laptop.
This is after your site is good to go and already and you want to eliminate some toil. This shows how to create GitHub Actions to build and deploy your Gastby site.
Learn how to store Prometheus data in New Relic and send that data to Grafana without having to adjust your existing dashboards.
This is about customizing your Gatsby site. Part 1 was entry-level. Part 2 was work. This is part 3, deploying. When all your work goes public.