The concept of using feature flags to decouple deployment from release to deliver features progressively is no longer new to many development teams and for most, the benefits of this method are clear. However, most enterprises still haven’t adopted this practice at scale. Where is the disconnect between concept and reality? In most cases, disparate tool sets between feature flag management, CI/CD and monitoring limit the ability to scale feature flags with the needed visibility, governance, and security across all required DevOps teams. But connected tools are just the starting point: team workflows and culture must also change to fully embrace progressive delivery at enterprise scale.
Watch this on-demand webinar to equip yourself with the starter kit for shifting to a fully integrated progressive model across tools and teams, with topics including:
The required integrations between feature flag management platforms and CI/CD tool sets for enterprise visibility, governance, and automation
Example feature release workflow changes that should occur with enterprise progressive delivery between DevOps teams
The cultural and policy shifts that must occur to fully embrace enterprise progressive delivery
Greg is a subject matter expert in application release orchestration for CloudBees CD, helping large enterprises across financial services, retail and embedded industries accelerate their DevOps adoption.
Elliott is the product manager who oversees CloudBees’ enterprise feature management solution. Prior to his role in product, he worked as a Solution Architect, working closely with the platform’s co-founder Erez Rusovsky. Aside from his passions around DevOps and the Boston tech scene, he’s an avid Chicago sports fan (except for the Cubs), and enjoys spending time with his sisters, all of whom also live in Boston.
One of my favorite areas of focus is Transformation, whether it is Agile, Business, or Digital. Each of these overlap on the venn diagram of Transformation and each touch all aspects of businesses today.
At CloudBees I work as a Technology Strategy Director in Product Marketing, growing the Market and Competitive Intelligence practice, finding modern ways to represent Business Value and using data to bring market and competitive insights.