Feature flags are becoming table stakes among top-performing development teams. Many teams are starting their journey with feature flags by going open source or developing their own homegrown tool. As teams get familiar with these basic tools, they soon hit a wall that prevents them from tackling meaty problems at scale.
Split’s Feature Data Platform represents years of development, bringing together our best-in-class capabilities to give you control over what matters, insight into why things happen, and the ability to take decisive action.
At Flagship 2022 we’ll reveal what it takes to be at the top of the game in digital product development. With more speakers, companies, and partners than before, we are happy to bring you the ins-and-outs of feature management and experimentation from the comfort of your own home (virtual) and to watch at your own leisure (on-demand).
My name is Pablo Fredrikson and I’m a Staff Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) at Split. I’ve been working in this field for 15 years and I have plenty of experience in fast-paced, fast-growing startups.
Many product and engineering teams are thrilled with the comfort of feature flags: they can release new code and revert it instantly if anything happens …