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DevOps Intelligence

Introduction to DevOps Intelligence

This page provides a general overview of DevOps Intelligence

Kyndryl DevOps Intelligence enables observability across the Software Development Lifecycle and gathers KPIs to measure quality across teams, products, and applications. A critical component in Day2 operations for DevSecOps provides a consolidated view of the end-to-end DevSecOps process including KPIs (key performance indicators).

DevOps brings the developer and operation teams together to work more cohesively, removing silos between them, and allowing faster lead times, more frequent deployments, and response times to critical defects and outages. 


Below are the key capabilities of DevOps Intelligence for insights and intelligence:

  • DevOps performance metrics: Allows DevOps teams to understand how to effectively develop, deliver, and maintain software by providing out-of-the-box support and identifying high, medium, and low-performing teams along with a baseline. Google's DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) team identifies key metrics to measure the performance of software development teams. Overall, DevOps performance metrics help organizations continuously improve their DevOps performance and achieve better business outcomes.
  • E2E Security with DevOps Intelligence: DevOps Intelligence supports different categories of security tools to give users an end-to-end view of the security exposure. Its application-level security insights which helps in baselining the current security exposure and then take corrective actions in the right direction.
  • Release Management: Ensures a smooth deployment of software updates, helping organizations deliver high-quality products to end-users and creating continuous improvement within development teams. A decision-making framework with key KPIs across different stages of the DevOps process allows managers to make better release decisions and increase the stability of features, resulting in lesser rollbacks, and customer satisfaction. The framework also provides a comprehensive overview of team performance between different releases, enabling release managers to conduct postmortem analyses and make data-driven decisions on future releases.
  • Consolidating Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment: Provides a holistic view of the software development pipeline achieving a seamless and agile software delivery cycle. This unified perspective allows users to easily track the entire lifecycle of code, from integration through to deployment. With a single glass pane, users gain real-time insights into build status, test results, and deployment progress, promoting efficiency and collaboration among development and operations teams.
  • Simplifying tool integration: The DevOps Intelligence user interface is designed to provide visibility across the entire development process. A continuous integration component allows you to display the organization data in the dashboards to assist with the Developer Operations process. An integration with Discovery extracts status information that will be displayed in the user interface. For additional information on APIs, go to supported APIs. For additional information about configuring tools and components, visit the supported tools page. Otherwise, visit the audit logging page for details on audit logs.

DevOps Intelligence roles

User actions in DevOps Intelligence depends on the role that has been assigned. To restrict the service offerings options, configure the servers to appear as the only options for an specific region.The following roles currently exist in the system:

  • Administrator: Manages roles for users in the organization and CI/CD tools chain. An admin can also map or associate technical services or applications.
  • Editor: Manages roles and visibility policies. An organization editor can also set, view, and manage CI/CD tools chain.
  • Viewer: Views applications, application dashboards and maps technical services  and associations.
  • DI Assessment Editor: Views performance metrics and settings page.
  • DI Release Manager: Edits application release decision parameters.

For additional information on roles, visit the DevOps Intelligence roles matrix page. 



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