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Apache DevLake (Incubating) ingests, analyzes, and visualizes the fragmented data from DevOps tools to distill insights for engineering excellence.
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Why Apache DevLake
Defragment Your Data Silos
Your Dev Data lives in many silos and tools. DevLake brings them all together to give you a complete view of your Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
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Out-of-the-Box Analysis
From DORA to scrum retros, DevLake implements metrics effortlessly with prebuilt dashboards supporting common frameworks and goals.
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Flexible. Extensible. Adaptable.
DevLake fits teams of all shapes and sizes, and can be readily extended to support new data sources, metrics, and dashboards, with a flexible framework for data collection and transformation.
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Supported Data Sources
JiraTAPDGitHubGitLabBitBucketGiteeJenkinsGitHub ActionGitLab CIFeishu
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Use Cases
Engineering Leads
Implement DORA Fast
Implement DORA metrics in minutes to enable and manage delivery processes your developers and users will love.
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Open Source Maintainers
Fuel Community Growth with Analysis
Grow your community strategically with insights on how developers participate, contribute, and collaborate.
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Product Managers
Dev Workflow Improvement
Align sprint planning with high-level goals and ensure the development progress is on track.
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Data Engineers
The Foundation to Build What You Want
Integrate user-defined data sources with DevLake and easily implement customized metrics and dashboards without reinventing the wheel.
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