Featureflow feature flags separate code deploy from feature release. Provide a single source of truth for your entire application stack, and give your teams the control requried to confidently execute Continuous Delivery.
1. Add a single line of code to your application
2. Define your flag
3. Release with confidence and control
Feature flagging is a well established idea. We have managed feature flags in databases and configuration files for years. It is the concept of simply wrapping a given feature in an if/else statement to enable control at run-time.
However when scaling to hundreds of flags and multiple systems we often get unstuck.
Home-grown systems lack the control and visibility to track these flags, often multiple solutions are implemented for each tech stack that exists – and almost all solutions require some input from engineering.
This is where featureflow comes in. Featureflow offers the simplest, best practice and most real-time way to manage flags across your entire application stack, multiple projects and environments.
WIth a single line of code you can transform how you manage feature rollouts and control your applications.
Feature flag visibility
To manage flags at scale you need visibility to be able to see what is enabled where. Featureflow’s simple-to-use dashboard does just that.
Feature flags have moved beyond the traditional on / off scenarios. Target multiple variants, user cohorts, percentage rollouts. To manage this you need a simple and effective rules mechanism.
Absolute Real-time updates
Feature flags should not slow your site. Test show that featureflow’s flags are often faster than going to your own database. Changes are pushed instantly to all endpoints using our absolute-real-time streaming mechanism.
Empower your teams to collaborate effectively. Use roles and controls to maintain security. Enable devops to release code whenever and your product teams to release features only when suits them.
Manage your features across multiple projects and multiple environments from your own local environment to dev, test and production.
Gradually release a new feature to users to reduce risk and evaluate performance or release multiple variants of a feature at once.
Feature Targeting rules
Target your features and feature variants to a single user, a group of users, a country, or any other variable you wish to. For example, enable new features to ‘beta’ users only.
Migrate your entire environment feature state across environments to easily enable rollout schemes. Rollback simply by enabling the previous scheme.
Realtime Environment and Component Inventory
Know instantly when features become available in an environment with real time availability updates. As soon as its released, you’ll know its ready to turn on.