For large teams the code review workflow, volume of PRs, and comments can be overwhelming. GitPrime transforms your PRs into easy to understand insights and reports.
Get granular visibility into the end-to-end Pull Request workflow. Identify bottlenecks, promote healthy collaboration and broaden your teams' knowledge of the codebase.
Workflow, provides a powerful visualization of your team's code review dynamics. Quickly spot unreviewed, and old PRs, or lengthy team discussions in comments. Measure how collaborative a group is and track how these trends change over time.
With Workflow you can identify large and small code changes, merge faster, and decrease review times.
When shipping software faster and improving time to market is critical, how long should pull requests be open?
Resolution insights in GitPrime, allow you to see PR trends over time and compare metrics - like Time to Resolution and Number of Reviewers - against what's typical for your engineering team.
Set meaningful targets for quickly closing simple PRs versus more complex ones. Track against those targets, view improvements over time and repeat.
Are submitters responding to comments?
What’s the frequency of comment responses?
How often is a submitter accepting input?
Are submitters merging code without review?
Are you responding fast to new PRs?
Are comments leading to follow-on commits?
Are reviewers commenting on edits?
How long does it take to address new comments?
As engineering teams get larger, it’s more complicated; more repos, more code, more people. Without a tool like GitPrime that pulls it all together, it’s almost impossible to get a handle on what’s going on.”Adam Abrevaya, VP Engineering, CloudHealth
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Accelerate software delivery cycles and time to market.
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Calculate real costs for new and ongoing initiatives.
Spot healthy and unhealthy work patterns.
Focus on facts over feelings, and objectivity over subjectivity.
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