Milyli turned 10 years old this July, so to celebrate our first decade in operation, we’re extending our “birthday” festivities to Relativity Fest 2018.
Stop by our sponsor booth anytime Sunday, September 30th through Wednesday, October 3rd for some special happenings and see how Milyli products and services continue to make eDiscovery easier for legal professionals.
What’s on our calendar?
Sunday, 9/30: Grab a glass of bubbly for your stroll around the Relativity Fest floor on opening night.
Monday, 10/1: Stop by after lunch for a “birthday” cupcake from Sprinkles. (We’ll be handing them out as supplies last.)
Tuesday, 10/2: Pick up a special scratch-off to potentially win one of 10 Chicago-centric prizes!
Wednesday, 10/3: If you find yourself with a headache the morning after Tuesday night’s banquet, swing by our booth for a Milyli remedy before heading home.
Looking for items to add to your agenda? Consider PR225285.
Milyli’s Technical Project Manager, Marko Iwanik, will co-host Improve Your Customer’s Experience with Performance Dashboard alongside Relativity Infrastructure Engineer Matt Mohnsen.
This session will address how the Relativity Performance Dashboard helps you monitor and analyze your Relativity environment in real time. Featuring a suite of reports and metrics, it provides greater insight into the backend performance of your environment. In this session, they’ll also discuss how to understand your Performance Dashboard scores and some useful troubleshooting techniques for investigating scores that are lower than expected.
We also recommend that you attend PR225233.
Milyli Software Architect, Josh Hightower, will join Mark Robustelli, Relativity’s Manager of Software Engineering, to talk about getting more out of Gravity.
The session Gravity: An Open Framework for Relativity Developers will cover how to use, improve, and contribute to this open source development tool. Because Gravity allows developers to interact with Relativity objects without the manual effort of rewriting the same code over and over, it can save developers time and frustration.