Source: Make your voice heard! Take the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps survey from Google Cloud
The survey for 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report is now live and we’d love to hear from you. Whether you’re just starting your DevOps journey, or you adopted DevOps a while ago, please make your voice is heard so that the survey captures insights from everyone.
For some background, the Accelerate State of DevOps Report is the largest and longest running research project of its kind. Since launching it six years ago, we’ve surveyed more than 30,000 technical professionals worldwide, across all industries.
By contributing to the survey, you will help shape the narrative of the rapidly growing DevOps industry. Your insights will help drive conversations on how as an industry we can develop software faster with less risk.
Last year, thanks to your contributions to the survey, we were able to get answers to key critical questions around DevOps. Some of the questions included:
Last year’s report classified teams into elite, high, medium, and low performers and found such classifications exist in all types of organizations and industry verticals. We saw the proportion of high performers growing year over year, while low performers are struggling to keep up. You can learn more about insights from last year’s report here.
The table below highlights some of the data from the report. It showcases software development and delivery metrics across elite, high, medium, and low-performing DevOps teams.
Last year, we also focused on diversifying the percentage of women and underrepresented minorities taking the survey, and saw a big improvement. We hope to improve upon last year’s work, so please share the survey with your colleagues and your network!
The 2019 survey will take approximately 25 minutes to complete. This year, we dig into topics like deployment toolchains, cloud, disaster recovery, how we work, and more! The DORA research team and Google Cloud want to thank you in advance for your participation. Your insights will be very valuable for the entire DevOps industry and there are no right or wrong answers.
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