The Feature Flag Platform for Large Enterprises.

Unleash reduces the risk of releasing new features, drives innovation by streamlining the software release process, and increases revenue by optimizing end-user experience. While we serve the needs of the world's largest, most security-conscious organizations, we are also rated the “Easiest Feature Management system to use” by G2.

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Unleash ranked as top Feature Management Software on G2

We serve the needs of some of the largest and most security-conscious organizations in the world, but we were also rated the “Easiest Feature Management system to use” by G2.

Why Unleash?

Easy-to-use feature flags. Alongside enterprise-level security & privacy.

Unleash delivers a complete feature flag solution built with developer experience in mind. For enterprises with strict security and privacy requirements, you can run Unleash in your own data center, or we will host it for you in our single-tenant SaaS offering.

  • Open

    Smoothly integrate Unleash with your favorite programming languages. Unleash is technology-stack agnostic, transparent, and open-source.

  • Scalable

    Build multiple environments, each on separate instances, wherever they're located on the globe.

  • Powerful

    Easily customize Unleash to your most specific use cases. Build what you need on top of a clean, powerful UI with an API-first design.

  • Secure

    Keep your user data safe through privacy by design, data residency, private instances, and flexible hosting options.

Why open-source feature management?

Move from all-or-nothing releases to safe, frequent deployments

Release features to the users you choose the second you’re ready, with iterative feedback loops and A/B user testing.

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Hosted, or self-hosted: it’s your call. It’s quick and easy to set up. Get started in 2 steps with the functionality you need to gain complete control over your software releases.

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