All splits, segments, and metrics now have an owner that can be an individual, a group or both. Use owners to isolate splits, segments, and metrics in the browse panes to those “owned by me” and simplify permissions by providing owners edit rights for a single split across all environments by toggling permissions ‘on’. When toggled ‘on’, permissions will inherit owners as editors.
Simplified split editor
Simplified split rules editing and viewing for non-editors. Now you can edit your split rules with fewer clicks, view robust split definitions without having edit rights with new view only mode, and utilize longer treatment names with a higher 50 character limit. With this change we hope to reduce confusion by moving “default treatment” to the final field with clear explainer text that the default treatment will be used if traffic allocation is not 100% or the split is killed.
SOC2 Certification, GDPR-Readiness, Split’s Trust Site
SOC2 Type 1 Certification
Split’s SOC2 Type 1 certification report is available upon request. This report outlines Split’s security policies, compliance policies, change management process, disaster recovery plan and Split’s monitoring and alerting practices. You can read more here.
Split with support from EU external advisers, has been undertaking (and continues to undertake) a number of activities to ensure that it is GDPR-ready by May 2018 and beyond. You can read more here.
With the launch of Split’s Trust & Security section, customers now have insights into the policies and procedures Split maintains for security, privacy, reliability and compliance.
Split now provides iOS and Android SDKs
Teams that have a mobile only product or whose customer experience extends to mobile devices now also have the power to safely launch features using Split Feature Flags and target them to users with the new iOS and Android SDKs.