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Flag-driven release


Flag-driven release is a methodology in software development where feature flags are used to manage and control the release process of new features or updates. This approach allows for more controlled, flexible, and efficient software rollouts, reducing the risks associated with deploying new code.



  1. Feature Flag Setup: Implement feature flags within the software to control feature availability.
  2. Gradual Exposure: Incrementally increase the user base exposed to the new feature.
  3. Performance Monitoring: Continuously monitor the performance and impact of the feature during rollout.
  4. Feedback and Iteration: Collect user feedback and make necessary adjustments.

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Flag-driven release is a strategic approach that enhances the flexibility and safety of software deployment processes. By enabling gradual rollouts and easy adjustments based on real-world data, it allows for more responsive and user-centric software releases. Learn more about release management.

Feature lifecycle management

The process of managing the introduction, operation, and retirement of features.

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Gradual rollouts

Slowly rolling out a feature to incrementally increase the user base over time.

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Percentage rollouts

Releasing a feature to a certain percentage of users.

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