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Operational flags


Operational flags are a subset of feature flags used specifically for controlling and managing operational aspects of a software system. Unlike feature flags that primarily target user-facing features, operational flags are used to manage system configurations, toggle operational features, and aid in system maintenance.



  1. Flag Implementation: Integrate operational flags into the system for key operational aspects.
  2. Real-Time Management: Use a management platform to toggle these flags as needed.
  3. Monitoring and Adjustment: Continuously monitor system performance and adjust flag settings accordingly.

Key Features

Best Practices


Operational flags are essential tools for modern software systems, offering a flexible and efficient way to manage and optimize various operational aspects. By enabling real-time control and adjustments, they help ensure smooth system operation and enhance overall system reliability and performance. Learn more about operational flags.

Dynamic Config

Dynamic Config enables real-time application behavior and feature adjustments without new code deployments, enhancing flexibility, reducing risk, and improving operational efficiency.

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Kill switches

Mechanisms to quickly disable a feature or functionality in production.

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Remote configuration

Updating application behavior and settings without redeploying the software.

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