Dashboard Reference

DevOps Insight dashboards focus on key metrics across releases and CI/CD pipelines from code commit to deployments and more. The ability to visualize this information as dashboards enables enterprises to understand the overall status of their processes, identify hotspots that need action, understand trends, and find opportunities for further improvement. DevOps Insight provides several dashboards as well as the ability to create custom dashboards.

These dashboards include the Release Command Center dashboard, which differs from other dashboards in a key way: the centralized view of the metrics for all activities and processes that it provides is specific to an individual release. These include key metrics from the tools used across the end-to-end process, from work item tracking and build automation to test and operations tools. The Release Command Center dashboard helps you to understand how many user stories are planned, how many are dev complete, how many are tested, what is the success rate of each one, and other metrics that can help you better manage software production.

For details about creating or modifying dashboards, see Creating a Dashboard . For details about creating or modifying reports, see Creating a Report .

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