Commit 12ef04d1 authored by Greg Sutcliffe's avatar Greg Sutcliffe

First provisioning graph

parent e4657cdc
......@@ -89,9 +89,9 @@ down the multi-choice answers into seperate results, so the totals actually make
100% now. However, we do see a similar picture - strong preference for CentOS &
RHEL, backed up by Debian & Ubuntu. Nothing new here, I feel.
# TODO support graphs and next work
#### TODO support graphs and next work
# TODO summarise "Other support feedback/most important/next plans/next work/comments" fields
#### TODO summarise "Other support feedback/most important/next plans/next work/comments" fields
## <a name="page2"></a>Plugins, Compute, and API
......@@ -99,18 +99,16 @@ Not much has changed in the the world of plugins. Once again,
`r d<-as_tibble(raw_csv$Are.you.aware.of.Foreman.Plugins) %>% filter(value != '') %>% mutate(value = value == "Yes") ; round(mean(d$value)*100,2)`%
of people know about our plugins (up from
`r d<-as_tibble(old_csv$Are.you.aware.of.Foreman.Plugins) %>% filter(value != '') %>% mutate(value = value == "Yes") ; round(mean(d$value)*100,2)`%
last year), so that's good to see.
In terms of plugin popularity, here's a breakdown of the 25 most popular
plugins:
last year), so that's good to see. In terms of plugin popularity, here's a
breakdown of the 25 most popular plugins:
```{r popular-plugins}
grid.arrange(plugin_bars,plugin_bars_old,ncol=2)
```
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is at 100%), and I've also
plotted the data from last year for comparison. I've highlighted a few
interesting results.
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is rescaled to 100%, which is
not the same as 100% of people are using it :P), and I've also plotted the data
from last year for comparison. I've highlighted a few interesting results.
Firstly, Katello (green) is now the most popular plugin - a huge result given
the effort that's gone into stabilising it over the last year. Well done to all
......@@ -125,3 +123,14 @@ The last two are strongly connected I suspect - Ansible (blue) has had a big
increase in popularity, while PuppetDB (orange) has fallen sharply. Given
Ansible's meteoric rise in popularity over the last few years, combined with the
plugin maturing nicely this year, I think this is fairly easy to understand.
### Provisioning & Compute Resources
Things have shifted slightly here, but not much:
```{r provisioning}
print(provisioning)
```
Slight increase in those using Foreman, slight decrease in those not using
Foreman. Not too remarkable.
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......@@ -80,9 +80,9 @@ down the multi-choice answers into seperate results, so the totals actually make
100% now. However, we do see a similar picture - strong preference for CentOS &
RHEL, backed up by Debian & Ubuntu. Nothing new here, I feel.
# TODO support graphs and next work
#### TODO support graphs and next work
# TODO summarise "Other support feedback/most important/next plans/next work/comments" fields
#### TODO summarise "Other support feedback/most important/next plans/next work/comments" fields
## <a name="page2"></a>Plugins, Compute, and API
......@@ -90,16 +90,14 @@ Not much has changed in the the world of plugins. Once again,
93.87%
of people know about our plugins (up from
89.11%
last year), so that's good to see.
In terms of plugin popularity, here's a breakdown of the 25 most popular
plugins:
last year), so that's good to see. In terms of plugin popularity, here's a
breakdown of the 25 most popular plugins:
![](InitialAnalysis_files/figure-html/popular-plugins-1.svg)<!-- -->
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is at 100%), and I've also
plotted the data from last year for comparison. I've highlighted a few
interesting results.
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is rescaled to 100%, which is
not the same as 100% of people are using it :P), and I've also plotted the data
from last year for comparison. I've highlighted a few interesting results.
Firstly, Katello (green) is now the most popular plugin - a huge result given
the effort that's gone into stabilising it over the last year. Well done to all
......@@ -114,3 +112,12 @@ The last two are strongly connected I suspect - Ansible (blue) has had a big
increase in popularity, while PuppetDB (orange) has fallen sharply. Given
Ansible's meteoric rise in popularity over the last few years, combined with the
plugin maturing nicely this year, I think this is fairly easy to understand.
### Provisioning & Compute Resources
Things have shifted slightly here, but not much:
![](InitialAnalysis_files/figure-html/provisioning-1.svg)<!-- -->
Slight increase in those using Foreman, slight decrease in those not using
Foreman. Not too remarkable.
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#d<-as_tibble(old_csv$Do.you.do.provisioning.) %>% filter(value != '') %>% mutate(value = value == "No") ; mean(d$value)
#d<-as_tibble(raw_csv$Do.you.do.provisioning.) %>% filter(value != '') %>% mutate(value = value == "No") ; mean(d$value)
d1 <- as_tibble(raw_csv$Do.you.do.provisioning.) %>%
filter(value != '') %>%
group_by(value) %>%
summarise(n=n()) %>%
mutate(perc = round((n / sum(n))*100,2), year = as.factor(2018)) %>%
select(-n)
d2 <- as_tibble(old_csv$Do.you.do.provisioning.) %>%
filter(value != '') %>%
group_by(value) %>%
summarise(n=n()) %>%
mutate(perc = round((n / sum(n))*100,2), year = as.factor(2017)) %>%
select(-n)
d <- rbind(d1,d2) %>% filter(value != "")
provisioning <- ggplot(d, aes(x = value, y = perc, fill = fct_relevel(year, '2017', '2018'))) +
geom_bar(stat = 'identity', position = 'dodge') +
labs(x = "", y = "Percent") +
ggtitle("Provisioning ") + expand_limits(y=47) +
theme(legend.title = element_blank(),
legend.position = c(0.94,0.75),
legend.background = element_rect(size=0.5, linetype="solid", colour='black'),
plot.title = element_text(hjust = 1,margin = margin(b = -20)))
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