Published on 20 December 2016 by

Your team and organization have probably adopted some DevOps practices, but how far along are you on your DevOps journey? How does what you’re doing compare to what others are doing? And what can you focus on next to get the most out of your DevOps investment?

These questions are why we created the DevOps Assessment. We've had so many people asking us whether they're doing the right things, or what other organizations are doing, that we decided to build a tool to let you assess your progress yourself.

We invite you to take a few minutes to answer 17 simple questions about your deployments, processes and culture.

As you fill out the DevOps assessment, we’ll let you know how your answers compare to what other people have said. Once you've completed the DevOps Assessment, we’ll let you know what stage of DevOps maturity we think you’re in, how that compares to others, and give you a guide that's specific to your stage, to help you decide on your next steps.

Cover of guide for mature DevOps organizations titled Continuous Improvement: A Few Ideas for Mature DevOps Organizations
Get the guide that's right for your organization's state of DevOps maturity when you take the DevOps Assessment.

Go ahead — take the DevOps Assessment here.

We hope you find the DevOps Assessment useful — whether that’s giving you a meaningful sense of where you are now; ideas for what you can improve or start doing next; motivation to keep working at your DevOps processes; or something else.

Have any feedback on the DevOps Assessment? Let me know by emailing me at kristina @ puppet.

Kristina Psaris-Weis is a senior content marketing manager at Puppet.

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