DORA metrics

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DORA metrics overview
DORA metrics overview Get started with DORA Before using the DORA metrics, you must: Set up git tags in your git hosts and decide how to categorize and collect incidents in your ticket vendor.  Configure deployments and incidents for y...
Deployment frequency
Deployment frequency measures how often you deploy code. This DORA metric shows how often you’re able to drive updates and value to your customers. Use this metric to understand if you need to improve your deployment processes and tools. N...
Lead time for changes
Lead time for changes is a DORA metric that shows the time it takes for committed code to enter production. Use Lead time for changes to identify growth opportunities in your delivery lifecycle, including your development policies, processes, and t...
Time to restore service
Time to restore service is a DORA metric that shows the time it takes to restore service incidents that impact the user. Use this metric to help monitor the stability of your service and platform. In this article Which reports use Time to res...
Change failure rate
Change failure rate is a DORA metric that shows the ratio of incidents to deployments as a percentage. Use this metric to help monitor the stability of your service and platform when making releases, as well as measure how effective your team is at...