You might think your CI/CD efforts are delivering benefits, but can you prove it?

Tune in and learn how to benchmark your own success


Webcast Good intentions are one thing, good data is quite another, and when it comes to implementing DevOps and Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery, it really helps to have both.

Measuring things like how long it takes to deploy software, how long it takes to get back on track once things break (and they will), or what your overall success rates are, will give you insight into what’s really happening in your development operation, and, crucially, point to where you can start improving things.

Then you’ll want to see how different teams and projects compare, which will prompt you to start implementing best practices more broadly. And once you start considering this, you’ll want to know how your operations compare to other organisations, out there in the wild.

The fact is, there’s a world of difference between the highest performers in software delivery, and those companies that are adopting DevOps and CI/CD practices but are not taking full advantage of the opportunities they offer.

So, how can you start measuring your own teams’ highs and lows? And how, exactly, are you supposed to gain insight into what the rest of the world is doing?

Well, you can start by joining our webcast covering CI/CD benchmarks for high-performing teams in 2021, on January 21 at 1600 GMT (1100 EST).

Our broadcast benchmarker in chief Tim Phillips will be joined by CircleCI’s Ron Powell, as well as James Governor, co-founder of software analysts RedMonk, and Contentful Software Engineer Sergiy Tupchiy.

This awesome foursome will chew through the DevOps and CI/CD insights, practices, and metrics that will help you deliver better software faster.

They’ll explain the important metrics you need to watch to ensure your DevOps efforts are actually resulting in better productivity, and how you can set meaningful goals for your engineering teams.

All you need to do is register here, and we’ll make sure to remind you on the day. Then, before you know it, you won’t just feel you’re doing the right thing, you’ll be able to prove it as well.

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