Introducing the world’s first Mobile DevOps assessment: MODAS

MODAS is the world’s first Mobile DevOps, Performance, Productivity, and Maturity Assessment. What does it mean for teams wanting to gain more insight into optimizing their end-to-end DevOps processes?

The age of mobile innovation is upon us. We live in an unprecedented time of both technological opportunity and expectation. We have the ability to create all kinds of amazing solutions, but, at the same time, we have an enormous amount of room for improvement. But to improve we need to know how we compare, relative to others.

But to improve, teams need to know what to improve and where they stand against their peers. Which is why we’re thrilled to unveil the world’s first Mobile DevOps Performance, Productivity, and Maturity Assessment (MODAS), which is a survey designed to provide insight and actionable guidance for mobile product organizations of all sizes and industries. 

TL;DR - The purpose of MODAS is to provide the mobile community with a comprehensive comparative analysis of modern mobile end-to-end DevOps practices.

Assessing DevOps maturity

The purpose of MODAS is to assess a mobile team’s Mobile Devops performance, productivity, and maturity. To do this, the survey has divided the mobile app delivery process into five stages. 

  1. Creation
  2. Testing
  3. Deployment
  4. Monitoring
  5. Collaboration

Each stage features a mandatory performance metric question, followed by optional clarifying questions and statements. The optional questions and statements will enable us to both gather more detailed data about how others in your industry are performing (and why) and provide you with detailed recommendations about how to improve in each stage in the mobile delivery lifecycle.

Sample survey questions

What’s in it for you?

While the assessment only takes a few minutes to complete, the impact on your team will be great and long lasting. Once we’ve collected enough responses, following the initial launch of MODAS, we’ll be able to use the data to benchmark your results against those of organizations similar to yours. 

To wrap up the assessment, you’ll have the opportunity to submit your email along with your responses. This will allow us to follow up with you later, once we have enough responses, with a benchmark of your results. 

Note: It’s important to point out that we won’t use your email for any marketing purposes. We will only use it to communicate your benchmarked results.

The benchmarks you receive will help shed some light on the areas your organization has relative Mobile DevOps maturity, as well as highlighting areas that could use improvement.

Along with providing you information on how your Mobile DevOps stacks up, we’ll also be launching a suite of resources to provide more information on how you can improve in the areas highlighted for improvement. 

So, if you’d like to gain more insight into how your mobile development, testing, monitoring, delivery, and collaborations stack up… you can jump into MODAS now!

Happy building! 🚀

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