Safely Deploy Code Faster

Safely Deploy Code Faster

Make changes to production today with CloudBees Feature Flags (CloudBees Rollout)

Simplify Feature Flag Management at Scale

Release safely

Reduce risk and avoid emergency patches and rollbacks

Release quickly

Remove development bottlenecks and test in production

Release smartly

Improve and control product experiences through progressive delivery

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Separate Feature Deployment From Code Releases

Plagued by time consuming emergency rollbacks, 'merge hell' and the inability to limit the blast radius of releases? Feature flags are the answer, but most developers are using homegrown solutions which are fragile, resource intensive to maintain and hard to scale.

What if you had a feature flag management solution with robust deployment rules, audience segmentation and a testing framework for progressive delivery?

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Fail-safe feature releases

Gradually introduce features based on user segments to reduce the risk of exposing the entire user base to code that hasn't been battle-tested.

  • Toggle off features with a kill switch

  • Gradually rollout and rollback

  • Pre-production and live testing

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Move fast. Break nothing

Decouple feature releases from code deployments with GitOps style feature flags. When every feature is released behind a flag you can commit directly to the mainline branch - speeding development and releasing at will.

  • Commit incomplete code to master

  • Test live, in production

  • Test values locally before code merge

  • Parallelize release changes

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Iterate smarter. Innovate faster

Receive fast feedback so that developers can iterate on features quickly. You'll know whether your feature is loved before it's released to the majority of end users in production.

  • Segment users dynamically or statically by any property in the code

  • Create rich segment rules

  • View all flags on a central dashboard

  • Integrate with any analytics, APM or observability tool

  • Support A/B and beta testing, canary and blue-green deployments

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Key Features

Easy targeting

Target specific segments of users with our easy to use SDKs or APIs

License management

Grant access to different feature experience based on user type

IoT and mobile device feature management

Full native support for iOS, Android, Roku, Xbox and more

Integrate With Your Ecosystem for Superior Observability

 

Add feature level control across your entire stack

 

Simple, lightweight, effective.

"In a few hours, I was able to set it up and start setting up A/B testing in our staging environment from specs provided by our product team. Can't ask for much more than that!"

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Nick K.
Lead React Native Mobile Developer, Stadium Goods

Easy to manage and very good to try out new features.

"The UI is very friendly and even people with non-technical background can use it without issues. I love the statistics after rolling out an experiment because they accurately reflect how many users have access to each feature. And last but not least I am happy that there’s an easy way to “roll-back” on unsuccessful features."

— User in Health, Wellness and Fitness

Rollout is an awesome product that adds value to any development or deployment workflow.

"Rollout makes it easy to create in code feature flags and has a simple to navigate interface for enabling/disabling those feature flags."

— User in Computer Software

Feature flags as a service done great.

"Easy to use and interface friendly. Everyone (from developer to project manager) can use it easily. The sync with a Github repository is great for audit and platform as code."

— Backend Developer

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The Only GitOps-Style Feature Flag Solution for Developers

Drive increased governance, visibility, traceability and auditability to reduce risk.

  • Treat your feature flags the same way that configuration as code treats applications

  • Document changes and versioning for feature flags in the same way the pull request tracks changes and versioning for application changes in the SCM

  • Push changes to the main branch - CloudBees Rollout understands how to update the YAML file configuration to the desired state for the feature flag

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The Safest Feature Flag Management System Available Anywhere

CloudBees Rollout is the only solution that uses private/public keys to verify that the data received by the SDK is indeed the data sent by the CloudBees Rollout system, securing the platform against man-in-the-middle attacks.

  • No access to or ability to save end user data - including any end user's Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

  • Secured via 128 bit SSL, using a 2048 bit RSA encryption key

  • 2FA, AES 256 hash and random salt encrypted, backend only accessible via VPN with internal credentials (2FA and private access keys)

Pick a Plan

From start-ups to enterprises, our pricing is dynamic and flexible

Solo

$70/monthly

The Solo Plan is for individual users.

Team

$300/monthly

The Team Plan is ideal for small development teams. This plan starts at $300 and Gold Support is included.

Enterprise

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The Enterprise Plan is right for you if you have 25+ users or require SSO/SAML. Platinum Support is included.

Resources

The ultimate guide for feature toggles

What are feature flags? How do you use them? How do you get started? We have answers.

Should I build or buy?

Explore the pros and cons of building a homegrown feature management system.

Raising the flag - industry survey

CloudBees partnered with Atlassian to sponsor this third-party survey on the state of feature flagging.

Rolling out the latest and greatest

Erez Rusovsky, Rollout co-founder, and Forrester and RedMonk analysts discuss feature flags.