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Feature management

Drive innovation by making safer releases

Feature management

Feature management let your team focus on building, testing and releasing better software. Unleash reduces all the tedious processes, stress, and risk to help teams feel self-assured and innovate more.

  • Saves time and reduces stress

    Feature flags help developers to mitigate the risk and reduce stress by running canary tests and progressively delivering features

  • Avoids unforeseen issues

    Release to any size of your population and rollout gradually to test features and identify potential problems early.

  • Target your rollout

    You decide how to roll out new features based geographical region, tenantiID, operating system or any attribute of your choice.

  • Decouple deploy from release

    DevOps team based on the company’s overall business strategy can use activation strategies to control who has access to which feature, and when.

Targeted release

Test new features on any sub-segment of users

Remove deployment pain by deciding which users will get your new feature. Update segments dynamically without any re-deployment to production.

Gradual rollout

Better testing, safer rollouts

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Test and try out new features confidently. Mitigate risks and find potential trouble areas early by enabling new features to 1% of users and then expanding it.

A/B Testing

Run experiments

Conduct any type of product experimentation and a/b tests to find out which variant of feature performs more effectively. Enable the marketing, product, or development team to turn features on and off easily on production.

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4 Feature flags best practices your team should adopt today

Feature toggle driven develop development has been around for some time. Given the wave of DevOps and Continuous Deployments we are currently facing, the popularity of feature toggle pattern is rapidly increasing.

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