The Organization overview page provides a high-level view of aggregated statistics across your entire organization. Your team can use these metrics to draw insights on the overall health of your release process, and identify areas that are trending either in a positive or negative direction across your organization.
Click your organization icon (on the sidebar all the way to the left, second from the bottom) to navigate to the Organization overview.
At the highest level, you’ll see statistical averages and trends for a number of key metrics across recent releases for all apps in your organization. Some examples of statistics that appear here include:
- Average release duration
- Average number of items of work completed per release
- Average “Waiting for review” time for iOS apps in the organization
- Average crash-free sessions
- … and more!
You’ll also find averaged statistics across all apps within an app group, and from there you can zoom in to view statistical averages and trends at the individual app level. Some examples of additional statistics you’ll see for apps and app groups include:
- Average number of commits per release
- Average workflow success rate for release candidate builds
- Average count release candidate app store builds per release
- Average lines of code changed
Runway now also collects and surfaces a handful of key metrics related to your team’s mobile DevOps practice, including:
- Release failure rate: the percentage of releases that result in failure
- Time to recovery: how long it takes to recover from a failed release
- Release frequency: the cadence on which you release updates (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly)
- Lifecycle durations: the amount of time on average a work item spends in the various stages of the development cycle (wait, work, deploy)
- Release step completion times: the amount of time on average each step in your release process takes to complete
Like other overview statistics, Mobile DevOps metrics can be viewed at the organization level (averages across all all apps in your organization), or you can drill into specific app groups and apps to understand how your team is performing at a more granular level.