Could 1,000 DevOps People Be Wrong?
This year like last year, XebiaLabs polled Fortune 1000 companies in banking,
manufacturing, healthcare, government and IT, interviewing DevOps teams and
everyone from QA to C-level suites. More than 1,000 people were asked to
share their perspectives on software delivery trends.
Last year the survey found that application deployments fail up to 30% of the
time and that 75% of managers believe their deployment process deserves a
This year, the survey revealed little change in attitudes. Once development
of a feature or fix is complete, about a third of respondents said it still
takes their organization between a week (32%) and a month (36%) to go live
with their applications.
High on the list of challenges cited: "Releasing features is too expensive to
carry out as frequently as would be desirable."
Last year, 48%... (more)