Asked by: Eira Gopelasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th February, 2020
What does MTTD stand for in DevOps?
Keeping this in view, what does MTTD stand for?
Mean time to detect or discover
what does time detection mean? Mean time to detect, or MTTD, reflects the amount of time it takes your team to discover a potential security incident. Mean time to respond, or MTTR, is the time it takes to control, remediate and/or eradicate a threat once it has been discovered.
Likewise, people ask, what is MTTD and MTTR?
Mean Time To Detect (MTTD) and Mean Time To Restore (MTTR) are metrics used to describe how long it takes to discover a problem and how long it takes you to restore service relative to the start of the outage. The shorter the MTTR, the less time spent in outage and the more availability your site retains.
How do you measure DevOps success?
The key metrics are deployment time, change lead time, release frequency, and failover time. Puppet's 2017 State of DevOps Report shows that high-performing DevOps practitioners deploy code updates 46x more frequently and high performers experience change lead times of under an hour, or 440x faster than average.