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Dynamic Config


Dynamic Config refers to the ability to change the behavior and features of an application or system without the need to deploy new code. This is typically achieved through configuration files or settings that can be updated in real time, allowing for rapid adjustments based on user feedback, testing outcomes, or operational requirements.


Dynamic configuration empowers development teams to experiment with features, toggle functionality, manage operational parameters, and personalize user experiences in a flexible and controlled manner. It supports a more agile response to market changes and user needs, enabling continuous improvement of the product with minimal disruption.

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Strategies for Implementation



Dynamic Config is a powerful tool for modern software development, offering the flexibility to make real-time adjustments to applications. By decoupling deployment from feature release, it allows for more strategic experimentation, quicker adaptation to user needs, and a more agile and responsive development cycle.

Feature flag

Switches in software to turn certain features on or off without deploying new code.

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Feature flag analytics

Using data analytics to understand the impact and performance of a feature using feature flags.

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Remote configuration

Updating application behavior and settings without redeploying the software.

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