DevOps Maturity Model

DevOps isn't a destination, it's a journey towards a frequent and more reliable release pipeline, automation and stronger collaboration between development, IT and business teams. This maturity model is designed to help you assess where your team is on their DevOps journey. 

Question 1 of 10

How would you describe the organizational and team structure for developing your products?  

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Question 2 of 10

How would you describe how your dev and ops teams share tools?

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Question 3 of 10

How would you describe the project prioritization process in your company?    

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Question 4 of 10

What best describes your testing environment?      

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Question 5 of 10

What is your organizational structure around service delivery?    

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Question 6 of 10

How would you describe your typical release process for key projects? 

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Question 7 of 10

How often do you deploy code to production?  

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Question 8 of 10

In general, how do applications perform once released into production?  

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Question 9 of 10

What is the ratio to unplanned / bugfix work vs. new features / improving infrastructure?

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Question 10 of 10

How quickly can developers see the results of the integration / unit / etc. testing?

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Assessment Level

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Base

Congrats, it looks like you're making the first strides in your DevOps journey!

Check out the DevOps playbook

Did you know?

Employees in high-performing DevOps teams were 2.2x more likely to recommend their organization as a great place to work. 

Source: 2016 State of DevOps Report

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Hungry for more?

Check out our DevOps guides and best practices to help you on your DevOps journey.

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Assessment Level

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Beginner

Congrats, it looks like you're on your way with your DevOps journey!

Go lean with Agile & Git

In looking at the three ways of DevOps - flow, amplify feedback, and continuous learning and experimentation - each phase flows into the other to break down silos and inform key stakeholders.

To master 'flow' teams need to make work visible across all teams, limit work in progress, and reduce handoffs to start thinking as a system, not a silo. One way to start approaching 'flow' is through practices like agile. Find out more here.

Another way to master 'flow' is by moving to distributed version control systems (DVCS) like Git, which is all about quick iterations, branching and merging - all things you need in a lean DevOps environment. Learn more here.

Think agile for DevOps

Did you know?

90% of agile teams use a DVCS (like Git).

Source: 2016 Atlassian Software Trends Report

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Hungry for more?

Check out our DevOps guides and best practices to help you on your DevOps journey. 

Read more

Assessment Level

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Intermediate

Congrats, it looks like you're on your way with your DevOps journey!

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Hungry for more?

Atlassian does DevOps. Check out our processes.

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Hungry for more?

Amplify feedback using tools that provide cross-team visibility.

Read more

Assessment Level

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Expert

Whoa, DevOps done right! But there's always room for improvement, amiright?

Illustration of a team planning projects

Hungry for more?

It might be time to check in on how your teams are doing and identify areas for improvement. Check out the DevOps Team Playbook today.

Learn more
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Base

Assessment Level

Base level icon

Base

Congrats, it looks like you're making the first strides in your DevOps journey!

Check out the DevOps playbook

Did you know?

Employees in high-performing DevOps teams were 2.2x more likely to recommend their organization as a great place to work. 

Source: 2016 State of DevOps Report

Illustration of a team climbing a bar chart

Hungry for more?

Check out our DevOps guides and best practices to help you on your DevOps journey.

Learn more
Beginner level icon

Beginner

Assessment Level

Beginner level icon

Beginner

Congrats, it looks like you're on your way with your DevOps journey!

Go lean with Agile & Git

In looking at the three ways of DevOps - flow, amplify feedback, and continuous learning and experimentation - each phase flows into the other to break down silos and inform key stakeholders.

To master 'flow' teams need to make work visible across all teams, limit work in progress, and reduce handoffs to start thinking as a system, not a silo. One way to start approaching 'flow' is through practices like agile. Find out more here.

Another way to master 'flow' is by moving to distributed version control systems (DVCS) like Git, which is all about quick iterations, branching and merging - all things you need in a lean DevOps environment. Learn more here.

Think agile for DevOps

Did you know?

90% of agile teams use a DVCS (like Git).

Source: 2016 Atlassian Software Trends Report

Illustration of a kanban board

Hungry for more?

Check out our DevOps guides and best practices to help you on your DevOps journey. 

Read more
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Intermediate

Assessment Level

Intermediate level icon

Intermediate

Congrats, it looks like you're on your way with your DevOps journey!

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Hungry for more?

Atlassian does DevOps. Check out our processes.

Learn more
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Advanced

Illustration of a team and a megaphone

Hungry for more?

Amplify feedback using tools that provide cross-team visibility.

Read more
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Expert

Assessment Level

Expert level icon

Expert

Whoa, DevOps done right! But there's always room for improvement, amiright?

Illustration of a team planning projects

Hungry for more?

It might be time to check in on how your teams are doing and identify areas for improvement. Check out the DevOps Team Playbook today.

Learn more