Release Notes

July 10, 2017

Web Console Enhancements

  • SAML
    Log in to Split using your corporate credentials with Split’s support for SAML(Security Assertion Markup Language).  Configuring SAML lets all of your teammates access Split using the credentials stored in your organization’s Active Directory, Okta, or another identity store that has been configured with a SAML Identity Provider. Documentation
  • Security Certifications Available
    Performed and past pen-test and OWASP10 analysis. Report available on request.
  • Other enhancements

SDK Enhancements

  • Split Synchronizer
    The Split Synchronizer coordinates the sending and receiving of data to a remote data store that all of your processes can share when updating definitions and rules for the evaluation of treatments. Documentation
  • Impression Listener
    Custom impressions listener available for .NET, Java and Ruby—see each language’s SDK documentation for more. Documentation

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