Results of the Ranger4 2013 DevOps Readiness Survey

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In 2013 Ranger4 ran a survey assessing organizations' DevOps readiness across a series of cultural indicators and attributes, team features and DevOps component processes. This presentation summarizes the results and concludes that in 2013 our respondents scored an average 68.43 on our DMI (DevOps Maturity Index). To find out your DMI, get in touch with Ranger4 at www.ranger4.com/get-devopstastic

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Results of the Ranger4 2013 DevOps Readiness Survey

  1. 1. Results Ranger4 2013 DevOps Readiness Survey www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  2. 2.   This  survey  ran  for  4  weeks  at  the  end  of  2013  and  intended   to  take  a  snapshot  of  organiza;on’s  DevOps  awareness  and   capabili;es  at  that  ;me.  It  has  5  parts:     1.  Respondent  backgrounds   2.  Cultural  indicators   3.  Cultural  aIributes   4.  Team  features   5.  Process  maturity   6.  Environment   The  survey  results  are  summarized  in  this  presenta;on.   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  3. 3. 1.   Respondent   backgrounds   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  4. 4. 31% of respondents from organization size 100 – 1000 employees www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  5. 5. Company Size Less  than  10  employees   10  -­‐  100  employees   100  -­‐  1000  employees   1000  -­‐  10000  employees   10000  -­‐  100000   employees   Over  100000  employees   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  6. 6. 37% of respondents from technology industry www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  7. 7. Industry Banking  and  Finance   Government   Healthcare   Insurance   Other   Retail   Services   Technology   Telecomms   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  8. 8. 19% of respondents describe job role as ‘DevOps’ www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  9. 9. Job Title Applica;ons  Manager   Architect   Capacity  Management   CIO   Developer   Development  Manager   DevOps   IT  Manager   Opera;ons  Manager   Other   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  10. 10. Job Title: Other •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Senior Test Analyst / Test Analyst Web Operations Engineer Architect, SysAdmin,DBA Continuous Delivery Manager Software Configuration Manager Marketing Change Consultant www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  11. 11. Developer/Operations Ratio Average  Ra;o  Dev:Ops  =  54:46     Lowest  Ops:Dev  ra;o  -­‐  2%  Ops   Highest  Ops:Dev  ra;o  -­‐  80%  Ops   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  12. 12. 2.   Cultural   indicators   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  13. 13. 80% of respondents feel positive about change www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  14. 14. How Do You Feel About Change? It's  not  my  favourite  thing   Meh  -­‐  I  don't  mind  it   I  like  it  a  liIle  bit   I  love  it   I  thrive  on  it  -­‐  it's  what   makes  me  feel  alive   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  15. 15. 33% of respondents don’t like failure www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  16. 16. How Do You Feel About Failure? The  very  thought  of  it  makes  me   feel  nauseous   I  don't  like  it,  but  it  happens   It's  just  part  and  parcel  of  being   human   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   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  17. 17. 61% of respondents pretty excited about going to work www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  18. 18. How Do You Feel About Going to Work? A  mild  sense  of   foreboding…   I  dread  it  so  much  my   palms  get  clammy   It's  just  work,  isn't  it?   I'm  mostly  preIy  excited   about  it   I  just  can't  wait  to  get   there,  every  single  day   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  19. 19. 46% of respondents feel they have a good work / life balance www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  20. 20. How Do You Feel About Leaving Work? I  look  forward  to  ge_ng   home,  for  sure   It's  preIy  much  all  I  think   about  all  day   Work's  good,  home's  good  -­‐  I   have  a  good  balance   Sure,  I  like  going  home,  but   work's  excellent  fun   I  work  late  and  I  love  it.  I  go   home  to  refuel.   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  21. 21. 3.     Cultural   aIributes   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  22. 22. What do you spend most of your working day doing? www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  23. 23. Others? •  •  •  •  •  Stuff Fixing, complaining Working Supporting Coaching www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  24. 24. A lot of cross-skilling, knowledge sharing and pairing goes on between teams Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  25. 25. We work in a fluid but focused manner Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  26. 26. We have multi-disciplinary teams Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  27. 27. We organize ourselves around projects rather than skill-sets Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  28. 28. There's a sense of constantly dancing on the edge of failure Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  29. 29. We're just keeping ahead of the business' demand Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  30. 30. We never write a line of code we don't need Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  31. 31. We continually strive for improvement Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  32. 32. We measure everything - we're metrics obsessed! Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  33. 33. We try out new technologies and tools all the time Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  34. 34. Teams are highly autonomous and self-organizing Not  at  all   true   www.ranger4.com Mostly   false   Neither   true  nor   false   Slightly   true   © Ranger4 2013 Mostly   true   Very  true   DevOpstastic
  35. 35. 4.   Team   features   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  36. 36. We're rewarded well for good work Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  37. 37. Nobody cares much about job titles Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  38. 38. We're encouraged to have ideas Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  39. 39. We're enabled to act on ideas the teams like Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  40. 40. We don't worry about demarcation all that much Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  41. 41. Management removes obstacles for us Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  42. 42. We are shielded from politics Not  at  all   www.ranger4.com Not  really   A  bit   © Ranger4 2013 Definitely   DevOpstastic
  43. 43. 5.   Process   maturity   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  44. 44. Requirements Elicitation and Management www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  45. 45. Agile Development www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  46. 46. Build www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  47. 47. Deployment www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  48. 48. Unit Testing www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  49. 49. User Acceptance Testing www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  50. 50. Quality Assurance www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  51. 51. Application Performance Monitoring www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  52. 52. Project Management www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  53. 53. Cloud Migration www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  54. 54. 6.  Technical   environment   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  55. 55. Tomcat   Cassandra   Glassfish   IBM  DB2   WebSphere   JeIy   MS  IIS   MS  .Net   MongoDB   MySQL   NetApp   Node.js   Oracle  DB   WebLogic   PHP   PostgreSQL   RedHat  Jboss   Resin   Sybase   WebMethods   Application Infrastructure Loads   A  bit   None   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  56. 56. Mobile Applications iOS   Android   Windows   None   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  57. 57. Infrastructure Location On  premise   In  the  cloud   All  over  the  place   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  58. 58. www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 AppDynamics   Arifactory   Udeploy   AnthillPro   TFS   Git   Subversion   Cruise  Control   Ra;onal  Team   ClearCase   Hudson   Maven   Jenkins   DevOps Toolchain Got  it,  don't  use  it   Nope   Yup   DevOpstastic
  59. 59. Release Frequency Couple  of   Every  few   Monthly   A  few   ;mes  a   months   ;mes  a   year   month   www.ranger4.com A  few   ;mes  a   week   © Ranger4 2013 Daily   A  few   Many   ;mes  a   ;mes  an   day   hour   DevOpstastic
  60. 60. Time Troubleshooting That's  not  my  bag   Hardly  ever   It's  part  of  what  I  do   More  than  I'd  like   Way  too  much   www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  61. 61. Conclusion In 2013 respondents scored an average 68.43 on the DevOps Maturity Index (DMI) What will happen in 2014? www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic
  62. 62. Next Steps Do you want to know your DMI score? Get lift off with a Ranger4 DevOps Maturity Assessment   www.ranger4.com/get-devopstastic www.ranger4.com © Ranger4 2013 DevOpstastic

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