Limited visibility of software development and delivery process since metrics data collection is missing
Decreased efficiency, communication gaps, and poor collaboration among siloed development and delivery teams
Inefficient monitoring due to nonstandard KPIs or metrics and nonstandard maturity standard model
Reduced business outcomes and delayed decision-making impacting project progress due to the lack of real-time data and metric availability
Our DevOps Dashboard & Metrics Services Include
Aggregating and analyzing data and calculating DORA metrics from diverse tools for a comprehensive and centralized view of all areas of software development
Enabling real-time monitoring of development and delivery pipelines to understand maturity status
Customizing DevOps metrics dashboards with the most relevant information, metrics, and visualizations for all user-levels
Opus Optimizes DevOps Monitoring
Fosters transparency and improves visibility of the software design and development process with a unified view of all stakeholders and team members
Facilitates prompt resolution preventing delays and disruptions with real-time insights and metrics to identify bottlenecks and pinpoint potential failures early
Enables data-driven decision-making to identify trends and improve processes by leveraging analytics to gather insights from dashboard data
Drives continuous evolution through complete visibility of areas of improvement, measurement of the effectiveness of changes, and application of best practices for software development and delivery
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Frequently asked questions
DevOps Dashboards are customizable and interactive tools that provide real-time information regarding progress, setbacks, and efficiencies in software development and delivery processes.
The big 4 DevOps metrics are lead time for changes, change failure rate, deployment frequency, and mean time to recovery.
The 4 areas encompassing the principles and processes of DevOps monitoring are – culture, automation, measurement, and sharing, or CAMS. C.A.M.S. are also called the 4 pillars of DevOps.
DevOps metrics are considered industrial standards to assess the quality and reliability of software delivery of a DevOps organization.
Three popular types of monitoring tools are used for finance, process, and impact monitoring