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Category Direction - DevOps Reports

Manage Stage

Category DevOps Reports
Stage Manage
Group Optimize
Maturity Minimal
Content Last Reviewed 2021-07-06

Introduction and how you can help

Thanks for visiting the direction page for DevOps Reports in GitLab. This page is being actively maintained by the Product Manager for the Optimize group. If you'd like to contribute or provide feedback on our category direction, you can:

  1. Comment and ask questions regarding this category vision by commenting in the roadmap epic for this category.
  2. Search for specific issues in this category using the Category:Devops Reports label.

Overview

GitLab has extraordinary breadth for a single application, providing an entire DevOps platform from portfolio planning all the way through to monitoring and service desk. As such, GitLab is uniquely positioned to provide a complete picture of your organization's DevOps journey and your return on investment in automation and DevOps practices.

GitLab shows adoption of key GitLab features across an organization, with a breakdown by sub groups. This provides insight into which groups are using each feature. The DevOps Reports category aims to extend the current functionality to answer questions such as:

Themes

Jobs to be done

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What's Next and Why

Specific near term steps in this area include:

Maturity Plan

This category is currently Minimal. The next step in our maturity plan is achieving a Viable state of maturity.

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