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Category maturity

Not all categories are at the same level of maturity, which spans from being planned, to minimal, and ultimately to lovable. See below for where each category currently stands and when they will reach higher maturity levels. Also see use case maturity.

Category maturity

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Category Today Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1
Date 2019-07-30 2019-10-31 2019-01-31 2020-04-31
Manage          
Audit Management
Authentication and Authorization
Code Analytics
Cycle Analytics
DevOps Score
Value Stream Management
Workflow Policies
Plan          
Project Management
Kanban Boards
Time Tracking
Agile Portfolio Management
Requirements Management
Quality Management
Service Desk
Create          
Source Code Management
Code Review
Design Management
Wiki
Web IDE
Snippets
Live Coding
Verify          
Continuous Integration (CI)
Code Quality
Performance Testing
System Testing
Usability Testing
Accessibility Testing
Compatibility Testing
Package          
Container Registry
Maven Repository
NPM Registry
Rubygem Registry
Linux Package Registry
Helm Chart Registry
Conan Package Repository
Dependency Proxy
Secure          
SAST
Secret Detection
DAST
IAST
Fuzzing
Dependency Scanning
Container Scanning
License Management
Vulnerability Database
Release          
Continuous Delivery (CD)
Release Orchestration
Pages
Review apps
Incremental Rollout
Feature Flags
Release Governance
Secrets Management
Configure          
Auto DevOps
Kubernetes Configuration
ChatOps
Runbook Configuration
Serverless
PaaS
Chaos Engineering
Cluster Cost Optimization
Monitor          
Metrics
Logging
Tracing
Cluster Monitoring
Error Tracking
Synthetic Monitoring
Incident Management
Status Page
Defend          
Runtime Application Self Protection
Web Application Firewall
Threat Detection
Behavior Analytics
Vulnerability Management
Data Loss Prevention
Container Network Security

Changes

Changes to category maturity are effected in the categories.yml file. Changes that impact our stated maturity goals should be approved by the VP of Product.