Industries are becoming more automated and dependent on information technologies every day. On the one hand, tasks of organizations and end-users are becoming easier to perform and manage through automation. On the other hand, such entities are facing enormous challenges regarding the performance of their automation and information technologies. Achieving a high level of effectiveness and efficiency in IT systems without interruption can be difficult, and interruption of IT systems is costly to an organization.
To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of IT systems within an organization, it needs to have standard methods, processes, and tools to build and manage reliable IT systems. There are several methods and tools available to enhance the performance of systems. Some of these tools may evaluate the maturity of a system.
What is Maturity?
Maturity is a measurement of the ability of an organization for continuous improvement in a particular discipline (as defined in O-ISM3), such as the IT systems of an organization. The higher the maturity, the higher will be the chances that incidents or errors will lead to improvements either in the quality or in the use of the resources of IT systems by the organization.
Most maturity models assess qualitatively processes, structures, technology, and people and culture within a system. One example type of maturity model used to analyze, improve, and manage IT systems is a performance engineering maturity model (PEMM).
Performance Engineering Maturity Model is based upon 20 years of professional experience in the performance domain. A PEMM is a model that focuses on standards, methods, processes, and tools used in your organization to evaluate your organization's performance engineering maturity level objectively when compared with other companies.
Understanding the relative reliability of your process assists you in enhancing your productivity. PEMM calculation provides this opportunity to rank the overall performance maturity.
PEMM developed a unique assessment tool. Once you complete the Full Assessment, you receive a set of scores indicating your performance maturity across three main domains: Build, Test, and Operation. You will be able to compare your score with other industries. Finally, you can apply for a comprehensive remediation plan helping you build a fast and reliable application. PEMM also enables you to share and rate your approaches and tools used in the organization as advice.
Additionally, the Full Assessment requires a short registration process. This process provides you with access to the score details and, you will figure out how your results compare to your peers as well.
PEMM at a glance
Calculate overall PEMM rank
Provide Advice by specifying the Approaches and Tools
Rate your suggested Approaches and Tools as an advice
Self-assessment by answering 27 questions
Get your performance maturity level
See how your peers are doing
Based on PEMM rate, certain remediation steps would be recommended using Machin Learning algorithms
Why Use PEMM
Improve customer experience
Avoid trial and error
Fast track to close blind spot
Reduce rework post-deployment
Deliver better software quality
Eventually, not only does PEMM help businesses to create the image they deserve, but also it provides an environment to demonstrate what peers are doing.
We help customers look at the state of their performance engineering activities, not just through the lens of testing, but by using maturity to understand their capabilities and capacity for performance engineering, which, in turn, help them to make critical decisions about what they need to improve.