CloudBees DevOptics Launched
August 30, 2017

CloudBees announced CloudBees DevOptics to provide insights into the end-to-end application delivery stream, creating a holistic view of the software delivery process.

With this insight, organizations can now increase collaboration, identify ROI from DevOps initiatives and optimize their DevOps investments.

CloudBees DevOptics aggregates live data from software pipelines to help derive essential metrics and insights into a holistic view of application delivery. It creates context between teams, applications and tools to identify ROI, improvements and increase collaboration.

Key Benefits of CloudBees DevOptics:

- Provides a single source of truth: CloudBees DevOptics collects and correlates data across software delivery pipelines into a comprehensive live view, creating a single point of reference on the status of application delivery. Users can reduce time wasted in getting project status updates through endless release meetings and checklists.

- Identifies Improvements: Users have end-to-end visibility into enterprise-wide software delivery value streams with the capability to drill down to individual commits, allowing them to identify failed jobs, bottlenecks in the process and critical downstream dependencies. With this insight, every stage of the delivery process can be optimized.

- Enables collaboration: CloudBees DevOptics captures build events directly from development systems, thereby reducing guesswork and cycles in identifying causes of blockages and delays. Accurate information on jobs helps teams answer who, what, where and when, so they can collaborate on corrective actions.

- Assess DevOps productivity: CloudBees DevOptics enables users to derive metrics from across the entire delivery processes. Users can create benchmarks to determine the best performing teams while identifying poor resource allocations.
“DevOps has clearly gained tremendous adoption as the way to deliver software faster and align IT to the needs of the business. However, despite the investments made in DevOps, enterprises do not fully experience the benefits. This is because there is a lack of visibility in software delivery processes that inhibits making informed decisions," said Harpreet Singh, vice president of products, CloudBees. “CloudBees is in a unique position to solve this challenge, because we connect with an ecosystem of DevOps tools and therefore have the data to assemble the end-to-end software delivery picture. With CloudBees DevOptics, organizations can measure, analyze and manage DevOps, revolutionizing how teams collaborate and, ultimately, optimize software delivery.”

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