Deployment Total Duration report

The Deployment Total Duration report provides total deployment times for the applications that ran during a specified reporting period.

Report overview

The report provides both a tabular presentation and line graph of the data. Each table row represents an environment used by one of the selected applications for the reporting period and interval.

The line graph elements are:

  • y-axis represents deployment duration times

  • x-axis represents reporting intervals

  • plot lines represent environments used by the applications

The units along the y-axis are scaled to the number of records reported. The units along the x-axis represent the reporting interval, which can be: months, weeks, or days. Each color-coded plot line represents a single environment used by an application during the reporting period.

When selected, the report runs automatically for the default reporting period (current month)and reporting interval (days), and with all filters set to Any. The default report provides total deployment times for all deployments that ran during the current month.

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Deployment Total Duration fields

The following table describes the Deployment Total Duration fields.

Field Description
Application Name of the application that ran the deployment.
Environment Name of the environment used by the application.
Reporting Interval The remaining columns display the total deployment times for the reporting interval.

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Run the Deployment Total Duration report

To run a report:

  1. Navigate to Deployment > Reports and select Deployment Total Duration in the System Reports pane.
  2. In the Date Range field, specify the reporting period.

    The selected values determine the columns in the tabular report and the coordinate interval on the graph's x-axis.

    By default, the reporting period is set to Current Month.

    Date Range Table

    Field Description
    Current, Prior Week Start day is either Sunday or Monday, depending on what is defined in your system. Reporting interval is set to days.
    Current, Prior Month Start day is first day of the month. Reporting interval is set to days.
    Current, Prior Quarter Quarters are bound by calendar year. Reporting interval is set to weeks.
    Current, Prior Year Reporting interval is set months.
    Custom Displays the Custom pop-up which enables you to pick an arbitrary start and end date.

    The start time is automatically set to 00:00 (24-hour clock) for the selected date in the reporting period.

    The end time is automatically set to 24:00 for the selected date.

  3. Set the following report filters:

    Field Description
    Application Only deployments ran by the selected applications appear in the report.

    Select one or more applications from the Application list.

    (Optional) Use the search field to narrow down the list.
    Status Only deployments with the selected status appear in the report.
    The default selection is Success or Failure, which means all deployments.
    Plugin Only deployments that used the selected plugin appear in the report. The default value is Any.

    Note: The Any selection also includes deployments that did not use a plugin.
  4. Run the report.

    Click the Run button to apply your filter conditions to the data and produce the report.

A line graph and tabular report are displayed. Each environment used by a reporting application is represented by an individual plot line and table row.

You can interact with the view to show or hide information, as follows:

  • Hide/Show a plot line by clicking the corresponding item in the graph legend.
  • See information about a graph coordinate by moving your pointer over the graph point.
  • Zoom a graph area by dragging the pointer over the area. Click Reset Zoom to return to the normal view.

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Sample report

The following table contains examples of reports that you can generate using the Deployment Total Duration report.

Conditions Description
Show me: Total duration times for two specific applications during the past ten days that used a particular plugin.
  • Application: Select both applications from the Applications dialog.

  • Status: Success or Failure

  • Plugin: Select the plugin from the list.

  • Date Range: Select the Custom option and set the ten-day range.

Show me: Total duration times for successful deployments for a given application during the past six months.
  • Application: Select the application from the Applications dialog.

  • Status: Success

  • Time Unit: Months

  • Date Range: Select the Custom option and set the six-month range.

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