A way of many ways to gauge continuous integration maturity

In an enterprise setting, for those involved with pushing your organization to adopt continuous integration and strive for continuous delivery, you're familiar with the obstacle filled trail you have to take (keep your head up; the fruits of change are rewarding).

As you watch other teams pick up CI, you hear them talk about where they are in their journey, and when they ask you "Am I getting close to good CI maturity?" (no one actually says it that way BTW), you can say, "You know you're doing it right when your continuous integration bottleneck isn't an manual organizational delay anymore but instead you find yourself improving technical bottlenecks like: how long it takes to bootstrap chef on a fresh VM, the time it takes to spin up a VM on OpenStack, or the duration of running test cases, code coverage, static code analysis, etc."