How do you measure Agility? Reliability? Efficiency? Quality? Success?!
How do you optimize your processes?
This morning on #c9d9 we talked about some of the metrics that matter for the different stakeholders throughout the software delivery pipeline. Our panelists shared their best practices for some of the metrics that you shouldbe monitoring to track your DevOps efforts, and – equally important- some of the metrics you should abandon.
How do you align your organization around “the one metric that matters” (quoting Jez Humble), and not silo your teams (Dev, Test, Ops, Release Managers, etc.), while tracking the key performance indicators for each functional area in your delivery process?
What do test coverage, LOC, defect rate or Time-to-Value have to do with it?
Ketil is a passionate learner and practitioner, always looking for better ways to work.Loves to help organisations continually improve. @ketilj | ketiljensen.wordpress.com
On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:
Episode 34: Microservices and Continuous Delivery
Join us on February 9 to discuss some of the benefits of Microservices architectures, their challenges, and best practices for constructing your Continuous Delivery pipelines to support microservices-based applications.
This episode will feature:
Daniel is the CTO of Yodle, a SaaS platform for small businesses, where continuous delivery is a way of life. @YodleTech | www.yodletechblog.com
Co-founder of Semaphore CI. Helping teams deliver software faster. Currently focusing on scaling Semaphore team and architecture. @darkofabijan | semaphoreci.com/blog/
Usman is a server and infrastructure engineer, with experience in building large scale distributed services on top of various cloud platforms. @usman_ismail | techtraits.com
Anders Wallgren is Chief Technical Officer of Electric Cloud. Anders brings with him over 25 years of in-depth experience designing and building commercial software. Previously, Anders held executive and management positions at Aceva, Archistra, Impresse, Macromedia (MACR), Common Ground Software and Verity (VRTY). Anders holds a B.SC from MIT.