OpenShift Commons Briefing #87: Monitoring your DevOps Idea-to-Delivery Tool Chain for Continuous Delivery & Feedback with Eric Roberston (Collabnet)
July 31, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Eric Robertson discusses how Collabnet's DevOps Lifecycle Manager (DLM) is helping customers leverage lean concepts like value stream management with OpenShift to enable continuous monitoring and feedback across their idea-to-delivery toolchains for projects, applications, and services.
Automation of the Continuous Delivery pipeline has shown to be an important capability to enabling DevOps initiatives, and OpenShift has proven to be key for automating developing, deploying and maintaining containers within the idea-to-delivery pipeline.
A critical success factor is creating a continuous feedback loop, in order to measure business value across the idea-to-delivery pipeline. Organizations tried to solve this problem by bringing together metrics from various tools across the idea-to-delivery pipeline, but the lack of automation made these metrics less optimal and, many times, resulted in creating silos of key metrics.
In this session, CollabNet demonstrated their DML approach that delivers a single-pane-of-glass DevOps Dashboard for all your organization's monitoring, workflow, and other tools for your application pipelines.
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