Learn about Commit to Deploy Time, including how to measure it, and leverage it in dashboards and visualizations with Metabase.
Commit to deploy time is the amount of time it takes a developer to deploy a commit. This is a metric that serves to track efficiency for teams to see how quickly they’re deploying code, starting with an initial commit. You should never use numbers to judge a developer’s work quality, this metric is purely for prediction purposes during sprints. You can also average a team’s commit to deploy time in order to get an accurate estimate of story points.Get Started
Visualizing this metric can help communicate the average amount of time spent coding to give an accurate depiction of how long it takes to complete a sprint. To get the average commit to deploy time for your specified team, you’ll first need to add up all the minutes spent between commit and deploy into hours. Then, you’ll do the following equation: Total number of story point hours / Total number of team members = Average commit to deploy time Remember, do not use this as a metric to examine a developer’s performance. Different skills are involved with different pieces of code.
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