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Accelerating Code Quality With the DORA Metrics


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Sponsored by ROLLBAR

Tuesday, August 10, 2021
3 p.m. ET

DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) identifies four key metrics to help organizations understand where they stand and how they can progress to become an elite performer. One way for a team to become an elite DevOps performer is by focusing on continuous code improvement. Companies that follow this approach use a shortened feedback loop to quickly know when there's a code issue that needs to be fixed so they can fix it and get back to writing and running code. Continuous code improvement is an approach to maintaining and updating any software application that allows for faster deployments, fewer errors and quicker fixes.

Learn how to accelerate code quality as an elite or high-performing team with continuous code improvement:

  • Increase the speed of your deployments
  • Improve the stability of your software
  • Build in security from the start
Nico Krüger
Senior Director, Solutions Engineering - Rollbar
Senior Director, Solutions Engineering - Rollbar
Senior Director, Solutions Engineering - Rollbar
Senior Director, Solutions Engineering - Rollbar

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