Comparative DevOps

Comparative DevOps

by Comparative Agility

Comparative DevOps is an advanced DevOps assessment tool that will help you understand current capabilities across the entire release lifecycle and quickly identify opportunities for improvement.

Comparative DevOps

Identify strengths and opportunities. Improve faster.

The analysis will ensure you are able to benchmark where you stand compared to others in the industry and ultimately enable you to establish a data-driven DevOps transformation strategy.

Trusted Content

Content created by top experts and working professionals who live, eat and breathe DevOps every day. The survey is based on their practical experience in what critical elements must be in place to unlock the power of DevOps in your organization.

Key Dimensions

Comparative DevOps covers essential dimensions of successful DevOps including Continuous Integration and Deployment, Culture, Empowerment, Emergent Design and more.

Invest Your Efforts where it Matters

Identify precisely where your capabilities need to be enhanced so you can pinpoint your IT investment strategies and improve business outcomes.

About Comparative DevOps

DevOps is an essential part of a broader enterprise continuous improvement strategy. Our Comparative DevOps assessment will enable you to identify strength and opportunities of your of infrastructure automation, continuous integration & continuous delivery and make it possible for you to improve faster, more reliably and efficiently.

It will allow your DevOps teams to receive objective data on how you are performing relative to the whole world or specific industry which will lead to an effective investment decisions where it matters most.

Continuous Improvement

  1. Gather Data

    Take survey, conduct open space sessions, gather objective measures and perform 1:1 interviews.

  2. Analyze Results

    Baseline data against world, specific industry or other comparative data set. Identify unique strengths and improvement opportunities. Understand the narrative.

  3. Implement Changes

    Define inprovement strategy based on key findings from your analysis. Communicate what you intend to do, execute on improvement strategy and evaluate progress.

  4. Learn Together

    At regular intervals, validate the impact of the improvement efforts. Communicate progress and be open about challenges. Build a culture of continuous improvement and learning across the enterprise.

One Platform with Ultimate Flexibility

Comparative DevOps are divided into seven key dimensions that will ensure you have covered all aspects of your assessment: code maintainability, continuous integration, engineering environment, emergent design, continuous deployment, empowerment, and outcomes.

Gather and Provide Feedback at Each Step

Enable small, incremental changes that will allow teams to identify opportunities for improvements, try new ideas, take more risks, and succeed faster while having a clear vision as to how organizations should improve next.

Focus on What Matters the Most

Ensure that your DevOps are focused on business value by considering the customer feedback so that each next step adds meaningful features and functionality to your DevOps teams.

Advanced Research Made Simple

Use a proven approach to accelerate your DevOps maturity level and streamline current processes while limiting the time your team spends on planning a future DevOps strategy.

Sample Questions

Automated tests are regularly run at least once per day and are part of the standard workflow.
We can make large-scale changes to the design of our system without depending on others.
Our software is in a deployable state early in the lifecycle.
We can make large-scale changes to the design of our system without the permission of somebody outside the team.
We can decide which tools we use.
Teams develop and test against systems that behave like the production system.
Every change that passes the automated tests is deployed to production automatically.
The team is producing higher quality products than before.
Our team never has code lock periods when no one can check in code or do pull requests due to merging conflicts.

Sample Questions

Continuous Integration

Automated tests are regularly run at least once per day and are part of the standard workflow.

Flow-based Optimization

We can make large-scale changes to the design of our system without depending on others.

Code Maintainability

Our software is in a deployable state early in the lifecycle.
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Top Features

Benchmark performance against peers in your industry

Target your IT investments where it brings the most impact

Establish a data-driven continuous improvement strategy

Works at all levels of the organization – insights at team, program and enterprise levels

Benchmark performance against peers in your industry

Target your IT investments where it brings the most impact

Establish a data-driven continuous improvement strategy

Works at all levels of the organization – insights at team, program and enterprise levels

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Fuel data-driven continuous improvement efforts at the team, program and organizational levels through uncommon insights and actionable feedback.