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Understanding how your users use your product, what they do with your product, when they use your product, where they are interacting with your product, who they are, and what problems they run into, are important feedback that informs future improvements. That is the essence of Product Analytics.
GitLab will continue to define the most complete DevOps platform by including Product Analytics as part of the critical business feedback loop.
Given our challenges and opportunities there are a clear set of strategic objectives we need to maintain:
As part of the strategic objectives above we'll first target developers. Here's why:
Focusing on developers will allow us to start our dual flywheel and gain a foothold in this critical market.
Given these strategic objectives, our plan is to:
Below is our draft migration plan to move from our implementation of a third-party Product Analytics platform to dogfooding our own growing Product Analytics capabilities.