Topic: launchdarkly

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

SD Times news digest: GitLab.com transitions CDN to Cloudflare, LaunchDarkly raises $53 million, and Datadog launches partner network

GitLab.com has announced that it is changing its content delivery network to Cloudflare. Currently, they are using Fastly to serve content, but switching to Cloudflare will allow them to have a single vendor for CDN, WAF, and DDoS protection.   According to GitLab, this will only affect some GitLab.com users, not GitLab self-managed users. Affected users … continue reading

Atlassian integrates feature flagging into Jira

Atlassian is bringing new feature flagging integration into Jira Software. The company announced integration for LaunchDarkly and Rollout. “We believe bringing additional context about flags into Jira will help improve team coordination and collaboration around product releases and generally make the practice of feature flagging more effective for both developers and the rest of the team,” … continue reading

A guide to Atlassian’s ecosystem

CodeBarrel: Code Barrel specializes in creating add-ons for Atlassian products.  We have over 40 years combined experience in working on Atlassian products and Agile software development. We believe that great software is found at the intersection of design and engineering. The company created Automation for Jira, winner of Atlassian Codegeist 2016, which makes it simple … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Speed Release and Empower Others

Getting great software products to market quickly is tough when there’s no way to get timely feedback from all stakeholders.  Once a product has been released in beta or in production, features may not perform as they’re supposed to, and there’s no easy way to customize who gets access to which features at a granular … continue reading

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