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Using data from Bitbucket to measure your engineering metrics

Did you know you can collect changes and deployment data from Bitbucket repositories to build an Accelerate metrics dashboard?

A few months after announcing an integration with Atlassian Jira, Codacy Pulse has recently announced a new Bitbucket integration that will allow users to:

- collect real-time Accelerate metrics

- import historical data to be analyzed

What is an Accelerate dashboard?

The Accelerate metrics, also known as DORA metrics, are a set of measurements that help organizations understand and improve the speed and efficiency of their software development processes. With these metrics, organizations can identify areas for improvement, optimize their development processes, and measure the impact of changes.

Find out more in this blog about how Codacy Pulse works for Bitbucket users: https://blog.codacy.com/pulse-bitbucket-integration/


What do you think? How do you track and improve your team's engineering metrics?

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