Topic: feature flags

Ambassador Labs launches Ambassador Developer Control Plane 1.0

Ambassador Labs announced the release of its new Ambassador Developer Control Plane 1.0 (DCP), which lets developers code, ship and run apps using Kubernetes faster. The control plane provides a new managed cloud UI and an integrated toolchain built entirely on top of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open-source projects.  Developers can use the control … continue reading

Speed, security and reliability are now one

Companies around the world and across many industries have felt the pressure to release faster, yet they struggle to do so in a safe and reliable way that doesn’t compromise user trust.  A lot of these companies think there’s a dichotomy between whether you can move fast or increase value.  “I think the move fast … continue reading

Harness updates platform with Test Intelligence, Feature Flags, and more

Harness announced that it is leveling up its software delivery pipeline with new test intelligence, feature flags and cloud autostopping capabilities.  Harness’s new test intelligence feature reduces test cycle time by up to 98% by using AI/ML workflows to prioritize and optimize test execution without compromising quality. The new capabilities shift failed tests earlier into … continue reading

LaunchDarkly introduces Progressive Delivery

Introducing Progressive Delivery

Application success depends on delivery speed, product quality and perceived value, but it’s hard to get all three right. Faster release cycles often equate to lower code quality and the “value” developers think they’re providing may fail completely from the end user’s point of view. Progressive Delivery helps by taking the guesswork out of what … continue reading

Progressive delivery: Testing software through limited releases

Sometimes continuous delivery just isn’t enough for organizations that are constantly testing and adding features, especially those that want to roll out features to progressively larger audiences. The answer to this is progressive delivery.  The term progressive delivery was created in mid-2018 by Adam Zimman, the VP of Platform at LaunchDarkly, and James Governor, analyst … continue reading

Why it’s time to leave code freezes out in the cold

As the business world pivots to meet the new demands and challenges of COVID-19, so too has the retail world reimagined its biggest shopping season of the year. Instead of enticing shoppers to cram the stores on one or two special days for deals and discounts, holiday shopping has engulfed the season with deals spread … continue reading

Use feature flags to make your website more accessible

Being able-bodied is a temporary condition.  Some of us are born with disabilities, and some of us develop them. At some point in your life, you will get old enough to need reading glasses, or you will break your arm, or you will develop hearing problems. Are you reading this page through glasses? Are you … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Bullet Train

This week’s featured open-source project is Bullet Train, which enables developers to manage feature flags across web, mobile, and server side applications.  The application consists of three components: the Server-Side REST API, the Front End Administration Web Interface, and Client Libraries.  The Server Side API is written in Python and is based on Django and … continue reading

Harness announces Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features modules for software delivery

CI/CD and DevOps tool provider Harness is preparing for the next-generation of software delivery with the announcement of two new modules at its {Unscripted} 2020 inaugural user conference this week. The new modules, Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features, are designed to enforce quality and compliance, reduce the time to remediate vulnerabilities, and provide continuous … continue reading

LaunchDarkly adds flag triggers for Honeycomb and Datadog

Feature management company LaunchDarkly has announced that it is adding flag triggers through new integrations with Honeycomb and Datadog.  Flag triggers are one-step automations that can be triggered after a specific alert goes off or a performance metric is met. They work by sending webhooks to a URL. This allows them to be turned on … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Airship launches free feature flags, Codefresh Runner,and dotData Enterprise 2.0

Airship launched free feature flags by Apptimize, enabling app developers to control the scope and timing of feature launches to validate success and reduce risk prior to full rollout.  Developers can use Apptimize Feature Flags to choose when and to whom new features are accessible, and easily turn them on or off. In addition to … continue reading

Progress OpenEdge 12.2, CloudBees’ on-prem feature flagging, and Applause Functional Testing

Progress OpenEdge 12.2 delivers new capabilities that address the demand for continuous operations such as immediate auto recovery and improved performance and availability monitoring through new DevOps tooling.  An API-first approach allows OpenEdge to become a truly open platform with service and data integration, big data and data warehousing, according to the company.  Progress also … continue reading

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