Google Cloud and the DORA research team are excited to announce our eight sponsors for the 2021 State of DevOps report. We recently launched the 2021 State of DevOps survey, a 25-min survey for the DevOps community to share how they are using DevOps to improve software delivery performance. So if you haven’t taken the survey yet, this is your chance!
For those unfamiliar with the State Of DevOps report, it is the largest and longest running research of its kind. It provides an independent view into how teams and companies can drive powerful business outcomes, no matter what stage of the DevOps journey.
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With the State of DevOps reports we aim to capture how teams and companies are driving excellence in technology delivery through the implementation of DevOps practices, no matter what stage of the DevOps journey your team is in. If you’re wondering how your team measures up in your industry take our DevOps Quick Check and discover which capabilities you should focus on to improve your performance.
To capture a diverse array of information on how those in the DevOps community are performing, our eight sponsors of the 2021 State of DevOps survey are focussed on helping organizations of all sizes and industries to develop and deliver software faster across the whole DevOps lifecycle. Captured below, you’ll find more information on our sponsors for this year and why they chose to sponsor the State Of the DevOps 2021 Report.
Armory enables enterprise companies to ship better software, faster through trusted, reliable, safe, and secure deployments — at its core, Armory is powered by Spinnaker OSS.
“Armory exists to unlock innovation through software. To achieve this, we help enterprises reliably deploy software at scale, naturally aligning with DevOps practices to improve software delivery performance. Given this, we applaud efforts like the State of DevOps Report that provides an independent view into the practices and capabilities that organizations can employ to drive better performance.”
Carl Timm, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Armory
The world’s best software teams deliver quality code, confidently, with CircleCI. The world’s best software teams use CircleCI to go from next-up to feature shipped, at the speed ambitious businesses require.
“Though the DevOps space is only over a decade old, it moves incredibly quickly. Google’s State of DevOps report is both a reflection and projection of the industry, capturing how DevOps culture drives business results and where DevOps practitioners can look to improve. At CircleCI, we rely heavily on this survey data to glean valuable insights into our market and our customers overall. We also build upon these insights to guide our own research into how engineering teams move code through pipelines in our annual State of Software Delivery report. Taken together, this research highlights teams’ reported and actual behavior and paints a vibrant picture of how technology-driven organizations drive for success.”
Emma Webb, VP, Corporate Communications, CircleCI
CD Foundation is an open-source community improving the world’s ability to deliver software with security and speed.
“Good decision-making is based on good data. Open source is a critical piece of the technology roadmap for DevOps, and the 2021 State of DevOps Report will provide actionable information for high performing teams in organizations of all types and sizes. The report will show where open source and DevOps intersect, and in a space that is changing so quickly, new relevant data is critical,” said Tracy Miranda, Continuous Delivery Foundation Executive Director. “CD Foundation members are deeply involved with producing this annual report, with over 10 years of historic research. Thank you to Google and our other members who have worked so hard on it. This report is a tangible result of working together.”
Tracy Miranda, Continuous Delivery Foundation Executive Director
Deloitte provides audit and assurance, tax, consulting, and risk and financial advisory services to a broad cross-section of the largest corporations and governmental agencies. At Deloitte, they are continuously evolving how they work and how they look at marketplace challenges so they can continually deliver measurable, sustainable results for their clients and communities.
“Software delivery is evolving rapidly and we know our customers need unique and compelling insights to make the right decisions. State of DevOps is a widely used report and considered as an Industry standard to understand the drivers for excellence in Software Development and Delivery. Deloitte is excited to help the team at DORA and Google Cloud in publishing this report through our sponsoring since we believe the insights from this report will help make software delivery better.”
Manoj Mishra, Consulting Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
GitLab is the open DevOps platform built from the ground up as a single application for all stages of the DevOps lifecycle enabling Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams to work concurrently on the same project.
“We’re happy to sponsor the DORA Report and the vital work behind it. The more we understand the DevOps journey, the better we and our GitLab community can contribute to its future. We’re particularly interested to see this year’s results and the impact COVID-19 and remote work have had on DevOps. We appreciate the chance to be part of this exciting, informative process.”
Brendon O’Leary, Senior Developer Evangelist
Liquibase helps millions of developers easily manage database schema changes by enabling teams to track, version, and deploy database changes by delivering on the promise of CI/CD for the database.
“With their rigorous methodology, the DORA research team delivers actionable information with the simple goal of helping organizations of any size accelerate the development and delivery of software. Liquibase is honored to sponsor the 2021 State of DevOps Report and its role in helping so many organizations build value for their customers and shareholders”
Matt Geise, VP of Marketing at Liquibase
PagerDuty is a digital operations management platform that empowers the right action, when seconds matter.
“As a leader in digital operations management, PagerDuty is proud to sponsor this year’s report as it aligns with our dedication to helping DevOps professionals make better decisions. This report will inform tech and business leaders about the trends/challenges developers are facing and the opportunities there are to accelerate their own DevOps transformation.”
Carolyn Guss, VP of Corporate Marketing
Sysdig is driving the secure DevOps movement, empowering organizations to confidently secure containers, Kubernetes and cloud.
“There is a learning curve with all new technology, cloud is no exception. Learning from mistakes and sharing best practices is how we will ultimately ship secure applications, faster. For seven years, DORA and Google have partnered to understand the State of DevOps to help vendors and cloud practitioners to learn from each other and implement standards for best practices,”
Loris Degioanni, CTO and founder of Sysdig
Google Cloud, the DORA team, and our sponsors are very excited about this year’s report. We look forward to hearing from you, your colleagues, and networks about how DevOps is integrated into your workflow and ways we can help to further improve your performance. Please share your experience with software delivery by completing our survey that will be used to foster the next generation of DevOps best practices. To provide ample time for the DevOps community to contribute to this industry wide report we have extended the deadline for the survey until July 2nd.
Thank you to everyone who has participated so far, and the Google Cloud DORA team looks forward to hearing from even more of you soon!
By: Brenna Washington (Product Marketing Manager)
Source: Google Cloud Blog
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