Feature flags have been a useful method for developers to test new features and rapidly release code safely for some time. However, as they grow in popularity at the enterprise level, complexity grows, as does the need for standard visibility, governance, and security across teams.

Join us on Wednesday, May 13th at 1:00pm ET to learn why feature flags continue to rapidly grow in popularity within enterprise development teams and how they’re using them to release code even more rapidly and safely than before. Further, we’ll discuss key considerations to successfully scale a feature flag management program across growing teams and code bases.

Attendees will learn about:

  • Why feature flags are becoming standard to increase release safety and velocity, not just used when a new feature needs to be tested

  • Enterprise considerations around security, visibility and governance: why your “homegrown” or open source flagging solutions may struggle to keep up

  • Deployment considerations for feature flags: why some enterprises should consider on-premise flag management in addition to cloud

  • How CloudBees Feature Flags simplify enterprise feature flag management and set the foundation for safer, more frequent releases at scale

  • Considerations for integrating flags into larger CI/CD tool chains

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