DevOps

Free DevOps Dashboard Templates

These devops dashboards come pre-built with some of the most commonly tracked software development metrics from the most popular tools. You can also customize your templates later. To get started, just choose a template, connect your data, and your metric visualizations will populate automatically.

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Use MySQL queries to pull data from your proprietary database and showcase it alongside data from popular services like Mixpanel, Google Analytics and Salesforce.
Bitbucket dashboard template provides you with the latest release stats like commits, repository status, top contributors for any Bitbucket project.
Bitbucket
This dashboard will help you track data from Microsoft SQL Server database. Use SQL Server queries to pull data from your proprietary database and showcase it alongside data from popular services like Mixpanel, Google Analytics and Salesforce.

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No design or coding skills necessary.

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What is a DevOps Dashboard?

A DevOps dashboard allows software development teams to easily track and analyze key metrics, such as load times, errors, response time, up and downtimes, and other components that enable a smooth and stable experience for the end-user of the web application or website.

With this dashboard, software development teams will be able to quickly identify bugs before they become a pain to the customer and also drive continuous improvement and development.

What Should Be Included in a DevOps Dashboard?

When building a DevOps dashboard, it is crucial to only include DevOps metrics and KPIs that align with the project objectives. Avoid crowding your dashboard with irrelevant, non-actionable metrics, that way you and your team will be able to stay on top of the deployment process, track project changes, measure team efficiency, and so on.

The most important DevOps metrics you should be tracking are:

  • Repository status
  • New, open, and closed issues
  • Open vs. closed pull requests
  • Commits by Users
  • Issue Event Types
  • Issue resolution by User
  • Lead & Cycle times, and more.

How to Create a DevOps Dashboard

Using Databox’s Dashboard Designer, building a dashboard is as simple as connecting a data source, choosing the metrics you need from our Metrics Library, and watching your visualizations populate in seconds. No coding and design skills are required.

Create a new dashboard using our Designer tool
Create a new dashboard using our Designer tool
Name your dashboard
Name your dashboard
Select a data source
Select a data source
Drag-and-drop pre-built metrics from that source to your dashboard or drag a blank visualization first and select the metric you’d like to associate with it.
Drag-and-drop pre-built metrics from that source to your dashboard
Customize each metric block by date range, comparisons, goals, and more.
Customize each metric block

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