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Gremlin provides several reporting tools to help teams get a comprehensive view of their services, experiments, and risks. This page explains how each report works.

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You can export any report to a PDF by clicking Export at the top of the page.

Company Summary report

The Company Summary report provides an overview of your entire Gremlin company’s reliability score, reliability risks, and services.

Screenshot of the Gremlin web app showing a report with two line graphs and a list of services with their reliability scores and attributes.

The top of the page shows two charts:

  • The Average Company Reliability Score chart shows the average reliability score across all services in your Gremlin company over a three-month period. The chart is divided into three sections: scores above 70 are considered good; scores between 70 and 50 are fair; and scores below 50 are poor.
  • The Company Risks Over Time chart shows the total number of “At Risk” Detected Risks across all services. “At Risk” means the risk is currently present in your systems and hasn’t been addressed.

The All Services table lists every service in your Gremlin company, along with their name, the number of Single Points of Failure (SPoF) dependencies, Detected Risks, and reliability score. Each service also charts its reliability score over the past 30 days, so you can easily see if there have been any improvements or regressions in the service’s reliability. You can also group, filter, and sort this list.

Note: You can click on a service to view it, but only if you’re a member of the team that owns the service.

Team Risk report

The Team Risk report shows Detected Risks for a single team. 

Screenshot of the Gremlin web app showing a report with a line chart showing detected risks over time, and a list of services with detected risks.

Select the team you want to view from the drop-down list. The Total Risks Over Time chart shows the number of “At Risk” Detected Risks across all services in your team. Below, the table lists all of your team’s services, all Detected Risks, and the status of the risk (At Risk, Mitigated, or N/A). You can use the arrows at the bottom of the table to paginate through the table.

Team Score Report

The Team Score report is similar to the Team Risk report, only it shows a single team’s reliability score.

Gremlin report showing a line chart of the company's reliability score over time, then a list of services with their reliability test statuses.

Select the team you want to view from the drop-down list. The Average Reliability Score Over Time chart shows the average reliability score for all of the team’s services over a three-month period. The chart is divided into three sections: scores above 70 are considered good; scores between 70 and 50 are fair; and scores below 50 are poor.

Next to the chart is the Average Reliability Score, which shows the average for each test category. These may change depending on which Test Suite your team is currently using.

Below, the table lists all of your team’s services, its reliability score, and the status for each reliability test (passed, failed, not run, or expired). You can use the arrows at the bottom of the table to paginate through the table.

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