Reporting - Sprint 150 Update
Build failure and duration reports
It is important to have metrics and insights to continuously improve the throughput and stability of your pipeline. As the first step towards providing you with pipeline analytics, we added two reports to give you metrics and insights about your pipelines.
The failure report will show the build pass rate and the failure trend. In addition, it will also show the tasks failure trend to provide insights on which task is contributing to the maximum number of failures.
The duration report will have the pipeline duration along with its trend.
General availability of Analytics
We're excited to announce that the following Analytics features will be included in Azure DevOps at no additional cost.
The Analytics Widgets are configurable modules that display data on a dashboard and help you monitor the progress of your work. The widgets included are the following:
Burndown and Burnup charts monitor the progress of a set of scoped work over a period of time.
Cycle Time and Lead Time to visualize how work moves through your team's development cycle
Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD) tracks work items as they progress through various states.
Velocity track how a team is delivering value over multiple sprints.
Test Results Trend to monitor test trends, detect failure and duration patterns for tests over single or multiple pipelines.
In the product we are including the top failing test report to get insights about top failing tests in your pipeline to help improve pipeline reliability and reduce test debt.
If you are using the Analytics marketplace extension, you can continue to use Analytics as you did before and do not need to follow any additional steps. This means that we will deprecate the Analytics marketplace extension for hosted customers.
The Azure DevOps Analytics offering is the future of reporting and we will continue to invest in new features driven by Analytics. You can find more information about Analytics in the links below.
These features will roll out over the next two to three weeks.
Head over to Azure DevOps and take a look.
How to provide feedback
We would love to hear what you think about these features. Use the feedback menu to report a problem or provide a suggestion.
You can also get advice and your questions answered by the community on Stack Overflow.