Let's increase the frequency of deploying code to production and end users.
On-demand, or multiple deploys per day, is the frequency at which you want to deploy.
High-performing software development organizations use continuous delivery (CD) to deliver code to end users as fast as possible.
How often does your organization deploy code to production or release code to end users?
Most organizations deploy to production between once per week and once per month. This frequency is blocking fast feedback loops that enable your team to confirm the quality and reliability of the software they are building.
LiveLoveApp provides organizational change management to increase the frequency of deploying code by reducing barriers, enabling code ownership, and building trust so engineers confidently commit code changes across libraries and applications.
Lead Time for Changes
Let's decrease the time from code commit to code running successfully in production.
Angular enables enterprises to build at scale - LiveLoveApp makes that a reality.
In today's market environment, it is critical to minimize your organization's lead time to change. Whether pushing a hotfix or deploying features to your users, the market demands reliability and innovation. Achieving both of these pursuits, no matter the front-end framework is challenging.
Most organization lead time to change is between one week and one month. This duration stifles innovation and can lead to a loss of revenue or reputation.
LiveLoveApp accelerates your organization's lead time to change through effective practices utilizing continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) pipelines. But, that alone is not enough. We also provide technology leadership to build a high-performing software development organization.
Between one day and one week is the ideal lead time for changes.
Time to Restore Service
Let's build a culture of reliability that minimizes downtime and the time it takes to restore service stability.
Less than an hour to restore services is critical.
Most organizations fall into one of three categories when it comes to site reliability:
First, some organizations have no focus or even knowledge of site reliability. They just don't have the resources or requirements to invest in reliability. Simply put, these organizations have very low software delivery performance and reliability is an afterthought.
Second, a few select organizations are currently building a culture of reliability. They learned through trial and error, and have built systems and procedures to ensure the reliability of their systems.
Third, many organizations are stuck in an endless loop of triaging and pushing hotfixes. They are acutely aware of their need for site reliability. Shockingly, many of these organizations commit to a service level agreement with their customers - a legal binding contract that guarantees a level of availability of the service. Perhaps even scarier, is that many of these organizations don't measure or monitor their service availability that they are legally bound to provide.
Most organizations rely on a strategy of hope. But, the reality is that hope is not a strategy.
LiveLoveApp has worked with enterprises that demand the highest level of expertise to improve their site reliability and minimize the time to restore services when outages do occur.
Change Failure Rate
Let's minimize the percentage of changes that result in either service degradation or a service outage.
Between 0 and 15 percent of code changes in production should result in service degradation or outages.
Do you measure and monitor your organization's change failure rate?
Most organizations are not measuring their change failure rate, and when they are, most organizations have a change failure rate between 31% and 60%.
LiveLoveApp works alongside clients that range in organizational size from fortune 100 to seed-stage startups to measure, monitor, and minimize their change failure rate through automated testing, pair programming, code reviews, and providing software architecture guidance.
We're here to help!
Schedule an introductory 30-minute meeting with LiveLoveApp to understand your application and your current architecture.
We start with an architecture review of your current Angular application.
We work alongside you and your team to implement strategies to reduce technical debt, improve quality, and accelerate your development velocity.