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Low-Code helping Devops teams hit their KPIs


Key performance indicators (KPIs) are used by DevOps teams to measure how fast, reliable, and good their software development and deployment processes are. Here are some KPIs that DevOps teams often use:

Frequency of deployment: This KPI looks at how often new code is put into production. A more frequent deployment can mean that the process is more efficient and automated.

Change lead time: This KPI measures how long it takes for a change to be made in the code and then sent to production. A shorter lead time can mean that the process of making something is faster and more flexible.

Mean time to recovery (MTTR): is a KPI that measures how long it takes to get back to normal after an incident or service outage. A system that is more resilient and reliable may have a shorter MTTR.

Deployment success rate: This KPI measures the number of successful deployments that don't cause any problems. A codebase that has been tested and is stable can have a high rate of deployment success.

Time to find and fix problems: This KPI measures how quickly a DevOps team can find and fix problems or mistakes in its systems. A more efficient and effective incident response process can mean that it takes less time to find and fix problems.

Code coverage: This KPI looks at how much of the code is tested automatically. A more thorough testing process can be shown by a higher code coverage.

Deployment lead time: This KPI measures how long it takes for new code to go from development to production. A shorter deployment lead time can mean that the deployment process will go faster and better.

Customer satisfaction: This KPI measures how happy customers are with the software or services provided by the DevOps team. When customers are happy, it can mean that the development and deployment process went well.


A low-code platform like Plant an App can help DevOps teams reach the above KPIs in several ways:

Faster development: Low-code platforms come with pre-built components and templates that make it easy for developers to make and launch new apps quickly. This can help cut down on the time it takes to make changes and make deployments happen more often.

Automated Deployment: Low-code platforms often have deployment automation built in. This can help DevOps teams streamline their deployment processes and increase the number of successful deployments.

Simplified Testing: Low-code platforms often have automated testing features that help make sure the code is good and that more of it is tested.

Faster Response to Incidents: Automatic monitoring and alerting features in low-code platforms can help DevOps teams find and fix incidents quickly.

Improved Collaboration: Low-code platforms usually have a visual development interface that lets business users help build apps. This can help IT and business teams work together better and improve customer satisfaction.

Agile Development: Low-code platforms offer a flexible and agile development environment that lets DevOps teams respond quickly to changing requirements and improve their development and deployment processes over time.

Overall, a low-code platform like Plant an App can help DevOps teams improve their software development and deployment processes by making them more efficient, reliable, and high-quality. This can lead to better KPIs across the board.


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