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For more than a decade, we’ve reported on DevOps as it has emerged from a grassroots, practitioner-led trend into a massive movement of adopters, experts, vendors, and consultants. In our 11th edition of the State of DevOps Report, we’re excited to share our findings that link organizations making strong progress within DevOps to their platform engineering approach.
Nearly 80% of organizations remain in the middle of their DevOps journey, experiencing varying degrees of success at the team level but not across the entire organization.
Last year’s research identified platform team adoption as a key differentiator between those toward the higher end of firms in the middle of their DevOps journey evolution from those toward the lower end. Why do platform teams make such a difference to organizations of a certain scale and complexity? Download the free report now to review our findings.
The State of Platform Engineering Report is the 2023 edition of Puppet's long-running State of DevOps Report. It includes new survey results from hundreds of individuals doing platform engineering in industries around the world. The 2023 report includes 40+ pages of statistics, details, insights, and context.
From definitions to team structures and skills needed, the State of Platform Engineering Report is full of useful, real-world examples of how platform engineering is being used today. It also gives a picture of how organizations plan to use platform engineering in the future.
The findings of the State of Platform Engineering Report will help IT organizations figure out how they can use platform engineering to make their DevOps work better.