REDWOOD CITY, CA, March 4, 2021 – Split, the leading feature delivery platform, today announced that it doubled revenue in 2020, with new customer growth …
REDWOOD CITY, CA, December 15, 2020 – Split, the leading feature delivery platform, today announced a strategic integration with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), an …
Split raises $33M series C investment from Comcast Ventures, m12 (Microsoft’s venture fund), Atlassian, ServiceNow, and 01 Advisors.
Feature Flag Data Streaming and Export make it easy for enterprises to synchronize multiple services in a release and give them a single place to view, query and export all of their feature flag and event data.
mParticle allows for the centralization, management, and activation of customer and engagement data across any channel. Split’s mParticle integration can be used as an event input or feed output and will help companies to create high-impact customer experiences by closing the feedback loop from every feature they ship to customers.
To reduce risk in the development process, Split announced a two-way data integration with Google Analytics that can instantly detect performance issues caused by new features.
Enterprise Approval Flows provide teams with greater control and insight into the full release process. They ensure engineering compliance with policies and audits and prevent risky changes from making it to production.
A survey of 120 devops professionals finds that software development teams are releasing faster than ever, but struggle with frequent downtime, rollbacks and hotfixes after a feature release.
Split announced that Brian Bell has been named its new CEO. This appointment comes as Split marks a record year of growth which saw a 100 percent increase in revenue and customers. In addition, Split’s feature delivery platform saw a 600 percent increase in the number of feature flags served.
Split announced the addition of Feature Monitoring, an automated detection capability for its leading feature delivery platform that reduces detection times of errors in a code release. This allows teams using feature flags to react to issues much faster and use an “instant off” option within five minutes, preserving user experience without the need for rollbacks or hot fixes.
Split, the leading platform for feature experimentation, announced it has been named to SD Times Magazine’s 2019 SD Times 100 “Best in Show” for development tools. According to SD Times, “The 2019 SD Times 100 recognizes those companies and organizations that are the leaders, innovators and influencers in the software development market. They have flown ahead of the flock with new, innovative projects or by establishing leadership positions, or by influencing how and what we create.”
REDWOOD CITY, CA – February 12, 2019 – Only a small minority of executives – 17 percent – are very confident that their organizations are …