The DevOps Pulse 2017 Results: 70% of Workers Risk Burnout [Infographic]
Check out statistics on DevOps adoption and success, architecture and containers, log analytics, and more in this year's DevOps Pulse infographic and report.
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Ninety percent of DevOps engineers say that increased collaboration has had a positive effect on the quality of their products, but seventy percent state that all of the work is coming at a risk of burnout.
Those are just some of the intriguing results in the second annual Logz.io DevOps Pulse survey that we are releasing today in honor of SysAdmin Day. More than 700 DevOps engineers, system administrators, and people in similar IT positions from all over the world responded to the study. The majority of respondents work specifically in the technology sector in North America.
The survey was announced in June, conducted over one month, and contained forty-eight questions on topics ranging from IT salaries to infrastructure size to the frequency of code deployment to the types of software architecture that are being used. This year, we included a special additional section on DevOps culture specifically because that topic is one that is not researched often enough despite being a huge part of what DevOps is.
So, click here to download a PDF of The Logz.io DevOps Pulse 2017.
Click here to download a PDF of The Logz.io DevOps Pulse 2017.
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