Adding Jenkins activity metrics. Early preview

On Monday, June 20th, our colleague Jesús will be in Berlin for OPNFV Design Summit to present The Quantitative State of OPNFV.[Update]: slides available, Jun, 20th, 2016.

OPNFV is one of the open source projects hosted by Linux Foundation and we have been working for them for almost a year, deploying and maintaining a Metrics Grimoire based Bitergia Dashbobard and detailed quarterly reports. But, meanwhile, we have been developing the new GrimoireLab toolkit, so we have some new things to show in Berlin for our OPNFV friends…

OPNFV MetricsGrimoire and GrimoireLab based dashboards

OPNFV MetricsGrimoire and GrimoireLab based dashboards

We have built a GrimoireLab based dashboard for OPNFV, but with some extra goodies!

As we have done for Eclipse Foundation, since OPNFV uses Gerrit for code review we have added, beyond a basic panel with Gerrit activity data, one panel focus on Gerrit Backlog to help engineering teams to manage their current backlog for contributions reviews.

Gerrit Backlog panel for OPNFV

Gerrit Backlog panel for OPNFV

And as an specific request from OPNFV managers, given the importance of CI process on OPNFV releases building, we have added Jenkins acitivity metrics. It is still WiP, and we have to learn a lot about builds, jobs, and continous integration related staff, but the first step to have detailed CI panel in our dashboards is done.

Initial preview of Jenkins panel for OPNFV on GgrimoireLab dashboard

Initial preview of Jenkins panel for OPNFV on GgrimoireLab dashboard

There are many improvements to be made, so, try again on Monday, 20th. I a sure it will look much better, but let’s publish this early preview today, and ask for feedback!

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