DevOps Metrics and KPIs

Track website and application performance metrics.

DevOps professionals are continuously monitoring the performance of their applications and website. While they rely on services like Pingdom and New Relic to alert them to emergencies and events, DevOps KPIs, metrics, and measures allow them to analyze what went wrong. More importantly, perhaps, they allow DevOps teams to be transparent and share metrics with other teams like customer support.

What KPIs should you be tracking?

Get the Guide to KPIs and explore over 60 examples of KPIs you should track.

DevOps KPI Examples | Pingdom Check History Metric

Pingdom Check History Metrics

See a historical glance of your Pingdom Checks and keep your organization in the loop of your website performance.

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DevOps KPI Examples | Pingdom Last Error Metric

Pingdom Last Error Metric

Easily track and display the time since your last Pingdom error.

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DevOps KPI Examples | Pingdom Checks Metric

Pingdom Checks Metrics

Stay on top of Pingdom Checks and keep your organization in the loop of your website performance.

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DevOps KPI Examples | Release Tracker Metric

Release Tracker Metric

Stay on top of DevOps releases in the pipeline and keep your organization in the loop of new features and improvements to your website performance.

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DevOps KPI Examples | Project Burndown Metric

Project Burndown metric

Keep track of project sprint projections vs. actual sprints with the project burndown metric.

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DevOps KPI Examples | Feature vs. Bug Investment Metric

Feature vs. Bug Investment Metric

Stay on top of website performance and current issues with the feature vs. bug investment metric.

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