Companies of all shapes and sizes are embracing DevOps to better compete in the digital era. Those with fairly advanced practices get higher-quality products to market much faster and continuously identify areas for improvement. Such practices ultimately lead to higher revenue, user productivity, and customer satisfaction.
According to RightScale’s 2017 State of Cloud Report, 78% of surveyed companies reported some level of DevOps adoption. But why do some organizations remain on the sidelines? And for those who have gotten started, what’s preventing them for making better progress?
Often, it comes down to not having a proper measurement system. Without the right metrics, how can IT leaders prove the value of DevOps to the C-suite, let alone pave the way for continued investments to fine-tune their efforts?
This post is intended to provide a quick primer for evaluating DevOps success. You’ll also see …