When feature flags go wrong

In this article, Edith Harbaugh discusses the potential pitfalls of feature flags and how to avoid those mistakes. Key takeaways Feature flags are a valuable technique to deliver better, more reliable software faster Feature flags can be used for both release management (dark launches, canary rollouts, betas) as well as long term control (entitlement management, […]

Continuous Delivery Coding Patterns – Feature Toggles

This InfoQ article discusses the use of feature toggling as a new nomenclature term for continuous delivery.  It also discusses trunk-based development with an overview of feature toggles. Key takeaways It’s possible to simultaneously increase speed and reliability of software development, and reduce risks; there’s no need to tradeoff quality and safety for speed. Continuous […]

Bitbucket Pipelines: Continuous delivery in the cloud

Atlassian’s Bitbucket Pipelines tool helps teams build, test, and deploy applications without having to set up a CI/CD server. This is an interesting tool because you can integrate feature flags/toggles into your CI/CD pipeline to control feature releases.  This allows you to have flags turn on/off or to automate certain sorts of targeting during releases. Atlassian […]

The Future of Feature Flags: Managing Dynamic Applications

This article explores the various use cases that are made possible by multivariate feature flags.  With the introduction of multivariate flags, developers have been experimenting with serving rich values via these flags: strings, numbers, JSON objects, and JSON arrays. Using feature flags to manage dynamic applications opens up many powerful and interesting use cases, for example: Manage features […]

Feature Toggle Management with Hobknob

Hobknob is a feature toggle front-end built on top of etcd. It allows users to create and modify feature toggles, which can then be accesesed in your applications. Convention Features in Hobknob are grouped by application. Each application can have many, uniquely named features. Each feature will either have one on/off toggle or many on/off […]

The Road to Continuous Delivery – a webinar series

This new DevOps webinar series discusses the evolution of continuous delivery, DevOps, and Agile Ops.  It talks about whether there are really benefits to it and to see if it lives up to the hype.  Source September 28 – Current Trends for DevOps – 10AM PST October 12 – What CxOs need to care about […]

How LaunchDarkly Serves Over 4 Billion Feature Flags Daily

In this stackshare post, John Kodumal, CTO of LaunchDarkly, discusses how LaunchDarkly serves over 4 billion feature flags daily. Feature flagging (wrapping a feature in a flag that’s controlled outside of deployment) is a technique for effective continuous delivery. For example, you can wrap a new signup form in a feature flag and then control […]

What is DevOps?

According to Madhav Reddy’s article, the majority of IT professionals do not know about DevOps or have a partial understanding of the big picture.  Whether this is true or not, there will always be new IT people who are being introduced to DevOps.  Reddy’s article helps get a better understanding of what DevOps is, how […]

DZone’s Guide to Continuous Delivery

Looking to get a little deeper into continuous delivery? Dzone has good reading material that could boost your understanding of continuous delivery and other areas of interest.  The reading material goes a little in-depth but the material is not as heavy as your average book.  All you need is to create a free account to […]

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