You're invited to the first-ever Metrics Store Summit

You're invited to the first-ever Metrics Store Summit

Amit Bhojraj
Amit Bhojraj

The data space is constantly evolving. In just a few years, we’ve seen so much innovation in the modern data stack—from data observability and modular transformation, to faster cloud computing and data synchronization. And now, the metrics store is entering the spotlight as a new category.

Like with every new category, there’s a lot of discussion around how the metrics store / metrics layer will impact the way people work. We believe that these discussions are most powerful when they’re out in the open—and when the community has a chance to participate, ask questions, and propose ideas.

We’re thrilled to announce the Metrics Store Summit, presented by Transform. The Summit is a one-day, virtual event on April 26, 2022 centered on the metrics store. Register today for free.

Our goal is to bring these discussions into one event—providing context with use cases for metrics stores, highlighting applications for metrics, and sharing ideas from leaders across the modern data stack.

What can I expect from this event?

We intentionally used the word “summit.” This event is meant to inspire discussion and provide tangible examples of how organizations have tackled metrics challenges in the past. We also aim to explore how the modern data stack pushes data teams to prioritize metrics as the new language of data.  

You can expect a mix of presentations, panel-style discussions, and forums to connect with your peers. There will be plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions of people who spend their days solving metrics challenges.

Once you register, keep an eye on the event homepage for speaker updates and “know-before-you-go” tips and tricks. We will also send an email closer to the event with the final speaker list and agenda.

Who should attend the Metrics Store Summit?

The content of this Summit is primarily targeted towards data workers—analysts, analytics engineers, data scientists, and data leaders. But we also think these discussions would be useful for business leaders who are responsible for owning and reporting on metrics within an organization.

I’d like to contribute my ideas. Can I submit a session for consideration?

Absolutely! We’re looking for speakers who have experience building out metrics in their organizations—either through a metrics store/metrics layer, data engineering, or through organizational processes.

Submit your session through this Google Form by Friday, February 25. If your session is in line with the rest of the event content, we will reach out to you via email.

We’re looking for content that falls within these themes:

  • Tangible examples of how you built a metrics store or metrics layer
  • Setting up strategic data teams and how metrics fit in
  • How to use metrics in downstream tools (experimentation, BI, etc.)
  • Data challenges that you’ve faced in the past—organizationally or technically—and how metrics have played a role in solving that challenge.
  • The future of metrics as a language for data: How does this differ from traditional approaches to data and analytics?

Save your (virtual) seat and stay tuned!

We hope to see you there! Register here today to reserve your spot!

We can’t wait to bring together the broader data community for this event. If you have any questions about the event, please contact the team at