Delivery frequency dashboard

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DevOps overview

Analyze your GitHub delivery frequency

Delivery frequency measures the number of commits integrated into the main branch per developer per day. Measure delivery frequency to get insight into team velocity and throughput.
Improve continuous integration

Use delivery frequency to measure how easily teams can integrate their changes to the main branch. Uncover bottlenecks preventing teams from merging their changes.

Get insight into development cycles

See how your team works at each stage of the software development life cycle — from planning and testing, to bug fixing and deployment.

Encourage small units of work

High-performing teams break their work down into small, incremental units of work. Get faster feedback and make work visible to other team members.

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Release frequency
Continuous deployment

Optimize your deployment rate

Improve your overall deployment rate by tracking delivery frequency and development velocity. Measure the impact of commit size and commit frequency on your team's ability to continuously integrate and deploy changes to the codebase.

Improve your deployment rate
Deployment frequency and releases
Commit Frequency

Commit often, commit early

Committing code early and often helps teams break their work into smaller units of work. Developers can test, share, and get feedback on their work earlier in the development cycle, avoiding rework and costly late-stage bugs.

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What's the difference between delivery frequency and deployment frequency?

Delivery frequency measure the more granular metric of how often GitHub commits are merged into the main branch. It is a contributing feature of deployment frequency, which is how often code is released to production.

Why is committing often a good thing?

Committing early and often is considered a best practice for high-performing engineering teams. Working in small batches helps developers get faster feedback on their work, test more frequently, and make their work visible to the rest of the team. Developers can continuously integrate their changes and avoid time-consuming merge conflicts by consistently pushing and pulling changes into feature branches.

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