One of the biggest takeaways from this year's Atlassian Summit was the importance of visibility and openness. Management, team members, and customers all demand transparency. VisualScript Studio brings visibility to DevOps through relational data visualization.
Presenting the practices of DevOps at an organizational level instead of an individual level is the only way to reap its benefits. DevOps is not simply a job title constrained to an individual or even a small team. It is a philosophy adopted by the entire organization.
The large scale Program Increment (PI) Planning events held in Arm IT presented unique challenges for the group when they tried to maintain visibility of the outputs and outcomes once the planning event was over. It was proving increasingly difficult to monitor the agreed plan through the PI using physical planning boards alone.
Are you going to the Atlassian Summit in Vegas? Come by booth #700 and say hello. We'd love to give you a demo and talk about how we can help you build visualizations that give you actionable insights and make your team faster and more efficient.
VisualScript Studio lets you visualize DevOps data in real-time as a Jira dashboard gadget or a Confluence page macro. Gain increased visibility into complex projects, make decisions faster, and allocate team resources more efficiently. You'll get built-in scripts to visualize projects out of the box and the ability to create custom reports using the VisualScript Editor or REST Builder.
Are Dev and Ops polar opposites? When you examine the makeup of Dev and Ops people, you find more similarities than differences. Common ground may include both groups' desire for consistency, standards, and a test-driven environment.
While DevOps is not a new concept, it can still be difficult to initiate the changes needed to roll out DevOps in any organization. If you are in the exciting position of starting a DevOps initiative, these 5 tips will help you evangelize it to your company.
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