Infographic: Ranger4 2013 DevOps Readiness Survey Results

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In 2013, Ranger4 undertook a DevOps Readiness Survey - this infographic summarises the results. The average score on the DMI (DevOps Maturity Index) for the survey respondents was 68.43. To find our your DMI score, go to http://www.ranger4.com/get-devopstastic

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Infographic: Ranger4 2013 DevOps Readiness Survey Results

  1. 1. 2013 DEVOPS READINESS SURVEY 2013 DEVOPS READINESS SURVEY WHAT WE LEARNED respondent backgrounds 31% Less$than$10$employees$ 10$0$100$employees$ of respondents from organization size 100 – 1000 employees 100$0$1000$employees$ 1000$0$10000$employees$ 10000$0$100000$ employees$ Over$100000$employees$ 37% Banking'and'Finance' Government' Healthcare' Insurance' of respondents from technology industry Other' Retail' Services' Technology' Telecomms' 19% Applica'ons+Manager+ Architect+ Capacity+Management+ of respondents describe job role as ‘DevOps’ CIO+ Developer+ Development+Manager+ DevOps+ IT+Manager+ Opera'ons+Manager+ Other+ Average'Ra)o'Dev:Ops'='54:46'' cultural indicators Lowest'Ops:Dev'ra)o'7'2%'Ops' Highest'Ops:Dev'ra)o'7'80%'Ops' 80% It's%not%my%favourite%thing% Meh%4%I%don't%mind%it% of respondents feel positive about I%like%it%a%li8le%bit% I%love%it% change I%thrive%on%it%4%it's%what% makes%me%feel%alive% 33% The$very$thought$of$it$makes$me$ feel$nauseous$ I$don't$like$it,$but$it$happens$ of respondents don’t like It's$just$part$and$parcel$of$being$ human$ failure I$know$that$I'm$achieving$ something$if$I'm$failing$and$I$ know$I'll$get$it$right$eventually$ I$like$to$learn$from$my$mistakes$ 61% A"mild"sense"of" foreboding…" I"dread"it"so"much"my" palms"get"clammy" of respondents pretty excited about It's"just"work,"isn't"it?" I'm"mostly"pre>y"excited" about"it" I"just"can't"wait"to"get" there,"every"single"day" going to work 46% of respondents feel they have a good work / life balance cultural attributes Sm Fi ilin re fig g' hng Ar ' gu M in ea g' S c su r re in w g' in g' Up Cr ea ' -n g' Co di Ch ng' a: In no ng' va -n La g ug ' hi Pl ng' an ni Co n g un ' -n g' Ea -n St re g' ss in g' O th er ' What do you do in a typical day? The following graphs are good when they lean to the right Not$at$all$ true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Not$at$all$ true$ Very$true$ Mostly$ false$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Not$at$all$ true$ Very$true$ We organize ourselves around projects rather than skill-sets Not$at$all$ true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Very$true$ Mostly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Very$true$ Not$at$all$ true$ Mostly$ false$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Not$at$all$ true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Mostly$ true$ Slightly$ true$ Very$true$ Not$at$all$ true$ Not$at$all$ true$ We try out new technologies and tools all the time Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Mostly$ true$ Slightly$ true$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Very$true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Very$true$ We're just keeping ahead of the business' demand Not$at$all$ true$ Very$true$ Mostly$ false$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Slightly$ true$ Mostly$ true$ Very$true$ We measure everything we're metrics obsessed! We continually strive for improvement Very$true$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ We have multidisciplinary teams There's a sense of constantly dancing on the edge of failure We never write a line of code we don't need Not$at$all$ true$ Slightly$ true$ We work in a fluid but focused manner A lot of cross-skilling, knowledge sharing and pairing goes on between teams Not$at$all$ true$ Neither$ true$nor$ false$ Mostly$ true$ Very$true$ Teams are highly autonomous and self-organizing team features Not$at$all$ Not$really$ A$bit$ Not$at$all$ Definitely$ We're rewarded well for good work Not$at$all$ Not$really$ A$bit$ Not$really$ A$bit$ Definitely$ Not$at$all$ Not$really$ Not$at$all$ Not$really$ A$bit$ Definitely$ Not$at$all$ We don't worry about demarcation all that much We're enabled to act on ideas the teams like Definitely$ We're encouraged to have ideas Nobody cares much about job titles Definitely$ A$bit$ Not$really$ A$bit$ Definitely$ Management removes obstacles for us lly &i m pr ov ed & Co n; As &g oo d& nu al as W el l& &th es t ab ey &ca lis n& be & he d& le & te &st Qu i nu n; Co d& nu al as lly &i m pr ov ed & be & n& &th es ta b n; Co Co n; Co As &g oo n; ey &ca lis he d& le & W el l& Q ui te &st ab g& Em er gi n Em br yo n ic& t& n' t&e xi s nu al Do be & &th as d& As &go o lly &i m pr ov ed & ab ey &ca lis n& he d& e& ab l te &st Qu i ab g& Em er gi n ic& Em br yo n n' t&e xi s Do al ll &th as d& As &g oo t& y&i m pr ov ed & ey &ca n& i sh ab l W el l &e st be & ed & le & ab te &st g& ic& Em er gin Do nu Build &th Co n; d& nu al as lly &i m pr ov ed & be & n& ey &ca lis ab es t As &g oo Co Application Performance Monitoring Quality Assurance he d& le & W el l& Qu i te &st ab g& Em er gi n Em br yo n ic& t& n' t&e xi s Do n; nu al &th as d& lly &i m pr ov ed & be & ey &ca lis ab es t As &g oo nu n; n& he d& le & W el l& Qu i te &st ab g& ic& Em er gi n Do all ly& Em br yo n n' t&e xi s t& Unit Testing im pr ov ed & be & User Acceptance Testing Co As &go o d& as &th ab l ey &ca i sh n& ed & le & W el l &e st Qu i te &st ab g& Em er gin ic& Em br yo n t& n' t&e xi s W el l &e st &th as d& As &go o Em br yo n t& n' t&e xi s all ly& im pr ov ed & ey &ca n& i sh W el l &e st ab l te &st Qu i be & ed & le & ab g& Em er gin Em br yo n ic& t& n' t& e xi s g& n; Co Agile Development Deployment Do Qu i Em br yo n ic& t& n' t&e xi s Do al nu d& As &g oo Requirements elicitation and management Do Em er gi n be & n& &th as lly &i m pr ov ed & ab W el l &e st Qu i ey &ca lis te &st ab he d& le & g& Em er gi n ic& Em br yo n Do n' t&e xi s t& process maturity Cloud Migration technical environment Loads' A'bit' Tomcat' Cassandra' Glassfish' IBM'DB2' WebSphere' Je<y' MS'IIS' MS'.Net' MongoDB' MySQL' NetApp' Node.js' Oracle'DB' WebLogic' PHP' PostgreSQL' RedHat'Jboss' Resin' Sybase' WebMethods' None' On#premise# iOS$ In#the#cloud# Android$ All#over#the#place# Windows$ None$ mobile applications infrastructure location Got'it,'don't'use'it' Nope' AppDynamics' Arifactory' Udeploy' AnthillPro' TFS' Git' Subversion' Cruise'Control' Ra3onal'Team' ClearCase' Hudson' Maven' Jenkins' Yup' time troubleshooting Couple'of' Every'few' Monthly' A'few' )mes'a' months' )mes'a' year' month' A'few' )mes'a' week' Daily' A'few' Many' )mes'a' )mes'an' day' hour' release frequency conclusions Respondents scored an average 63.48 on the DevOps Maturity Index (DMI) Do you want to know your DMI score? What next? Get lift off with a Ranger4 DevOps Maturity Assessment www.ranger4.com/get-devopstastic

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