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Develop module
Published On Jun 13, 2024 - 11:04 AM

Develop module

Navigate through the view of your development environment, including issues and defects for applications, technical services, and cloud services for supported providers in your Develop dashboard.
In this dashboard, data can be filtered by two criteria:
  • Dashboards:
    Select a dashboard to view development data specific to that dashboard.
  • Applications:
    Comprehend cloud services' issues and health, such as CAM or Enterprise Marketplace.
Depending on your selections from these filters, the data displayed in the widgets varies. Some widgets may show a
"No Data Available"
the message, which means no recent data is available for your selection.
The Develop dashboard displays data in multiple graphs and a table view table that allows a view of critical components of the development phase:
  • Development activity:
    A graph shows all activities per calendar month, issues (brown), and defects (aqua green).
  • Applications:
    A horizontal bar graph displays the top five applications with the highest updated defects/issues.
  • Technical services:
    A table views data for each supported technical service and includes a drill-down feature that enables a detailed view of each instance.

Download Reports

The Develop dashboard supports a reporting feature to download an open issues report. This enables users to download data in Excel format so that users can download and sent reports to those who do not have access to DI or want to perform additional analysis on the consolidated dataset.
To download a report click the download button, located in the upper right corner of the dashboard in accordance with the following procedure:
  1. Click Download to display the download dialog.
  2. Enter a name in the
    YOUR FILE NAME
    field. All other fields are pre-populated.
  3. Click
    Download
    to download the report or
    Cancel
    to cancel the download.

Widgets

The Develop dashboard displays two widgets that visually represent development activities and applications.

Development activity

The Development Activity widget allows you to view
Defects
or
Issues
based on the following criteria:
  • The displayed data is governed by the date range selected from the timeframe in the header.
  • Dashboard filter (if applicable).
  • Applications filter (if applicable).
  • Defects or Issues Category.
  • New, Updated or Closed for the category type.
The Development activity widget presents two axes that indicate the
Activities
within a specified timeframe in which the Defects and Issues occurred:
  • The X-Axis (Number of activities):
    The X-axis corresponds to the dates within the activity's timeframe.
  • The Y-Axis (Timeline):
    The Y-axis corresponds to the number of new, updated, or closed defects or issues for the selected timeframe.

Applications

The top five applications in terms of defects or issues are represented in this graph. The top 5 applications with the most updated defects are displayed by default, but the category and type switches can be altered. Only the top 5 non-zero applications are shown in this graph.
When a user selects one of the applications on the graph, the data for that application is automatically filtered and displayed in the Technical service table.

Development details table

The Technical service table view is located at the bottom of the Develop dashboard, which provides technical service development data in a tabular form and enables a detailed view of each technical service.
Technical services are a micro-service that is analogous. This is the most granular degree of granularity. Repos in Git and Bitbucket and projects in Jira are mapped. Only Technical Services with developments in the recent 6 months will be displayed.
Each row in the table displays information for a specific technical service, separated by columns of information type:
  • Technical service:
    The name of the micro technical service within the larger application.
  • Application:
    The application's name typically comprises multiple micro-technical services.
  • New defects:
    The number of new defects opened against the technical service during the selected time.
  • Updated defects:
    The number of open defects against the technical service that have been updated during the selected time.
  • New issues:
    The number of new issues opened against the technical service during the selected time.
  • Updated issues:
    The number of open issues against the technical service was updated during the selected time.
  • Active PR:
    Active Pull Requests.
  • Tool engine:
    The name of the technical service that produced the issue or defect ticket, such as Git.
The Development details table displays all data regarding the timeframe selected. All the columns in this table can be sorted. Above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching technical services by name and a
Settings
an icon allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
The table view also supports detailed views for each technical service. To access details for a specific technical service, select the overflow menu to the far right of the table and select View Details. Select the following link for more information. Deploy dashboard table view details.
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