Take Our Survey to Help Us Improve the OpenShift Developer Experience
February 7, 2018 | by
We’re always working on new ways to improve the OpenShift experience. Most recently, we made major improvements to the main page experience, including support for a service catalog, and a completely redesigned overview to help developers quickly get health information about their applications.
In 2018, we want to focus on areas that help developers become more productive, like an enhanced understanding of all their application components, network traffic between services, and better ways to organize resources for the best possible usage.
We’re excited about the changes we’re making, but the only way to know if we’re on the right track is to hear how things are going directly from you. We want to understand what’s currently working for you and what isn’t.
How Can You Help?
If you’re a developer working with OpenShift on a regular basis doing ongoing development and maintenance to ensure your application is healthy, we want to hear from you!
If you’re interested in participating in some simple usability testing, take five minutes to complete this survey and tell us a bit about your experience with OpenShift. If you’re a good fit for the kind of testing we’re doing, we’ll reach out with more information.
Our goal is to get your take on the OpenShift of today, and then follow up for feedback on designs in progress so you can help us build a better experience moving forward.
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