- Default Workspaces
Quickly access the workspace that is most relevant to your workflow. Split has released the ability for users to set a default workspace specific to their workflow. By selecting a default workspace in user settings, Split will always land in the same workspace across devices and sessions.
- Support for Traffic Types on the Outbound Segment Integration
Split has released support for single traffic type selection on the outbound Segment integration. With this capability, users can more precisely send impressions for just the splits that align with Segment’s object model to Segment.
- Input Validation Enhancements
Split has released error checking that will log out stronger warnings and errors if incorrect inputs are used across SDK methods. This release will allow new users of the SDK to more easily understand how to properly leverage the SDK to serve feature flags and event tracking.
- Split Synchronizer Redis moved to Single Queue with Alerting
Split has released enhancements that have moved the storage method for data to a single queue. This will make the synchronizer more performant and resistant to issues when under a high load. Additionally with this release, stronger alerting and management capabilities were built into the console for the synchronizer.
- SOC 2 Type 2 Certification
Split’s SOC 2 Type 2 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.
- Service Limits
Split maintains service limits for each account to help guarantee the availability of the Split service, as well as to minimize billing risks to customers. Split service limits require that you request limit increases manually. In most cases, you aren’t charged if your service limits are increased. You’re only charged if the limit you are requesting an increase to is a billing limit. You can review and request increases in the admin settings.
- Metric Capping
The value of a particular metric can now be capped. This enables teams to minimize the impact of outliers in their data and remove the impact of bots, allowing for more meaningful experiment results, faster.
Split’s new workspaces release makes it easier for product & engineering teams to manage the experiments and feature flags across different product lines and applications. Split Admins can create workspaces to have separate areas within Split for each product line or application. Each user can then navigate between workspaces to manage their splits, segments, and metrics separately in each workspace. This release also includes a new version (v2) of our Admin API for programmatically working with splits, segments, traffic types, environments, attributes, and customer identities as we have added in workspace context to the endpoints.