Scorecards enable you to drive alignment on best practices or make progress against short-term initiatives like migrations, version EOL, and compliance
Define standards of quality or readiness
Assess with context, and prescribe action
Set deadlines, notify, and drive action
Pull insights to make informed decisions
Quickly assess health, progress, bottlenecks, and areas of risk through reports you can slice by team, product, individual, and more.
Cut out the noise and prioritize work that matters
Drive action against all or part of a Scorecard that carries a strict deadline, or should be prioritized before other actions. Auto-alert only relevant owers, track progress, and spot issues quickly.
Drive organizational progress with ease using initiatives
Within any Scorecard, assign owners and due dates to drive any best-practice, platform migration, and audit need.
There are a lot of ways to gauge the performance of your DevOps teams and the health of your software, but DORA metrics have emerged as the industry standard.
Are services ready to be deployed to production? Are there runbooks, dashboards, logs, on-call escalation policies, monitoring/alerting, and accountable owners?
Have teams moved to right platform library version? Is the migration to the new Kubernetes cluster complete? How many teams have the right CI file checked-in?