Is Progressive Delivery Just Continuous Delivery with Feature Flags?

If something goes wrong, anyone (a developer or otherwise) can turn off the associated flag and revert back immediately. If your organization has established an efficient CI/CD pipeline and you’ve made a successful transition to DevOps culture, you probably already understand the benefits of doing DevOps. With more frequent releases that introduce smaller incremental changes, […]

If something goes wrong, anyone (a developer or otherwise) can turn off the associated flag and revert back immediately. If your organization has established an efficient CI/CD pipeline and you’ve made a successful transition to DevOps culture, you probably already understand the benefits of doing DevOps. With more frequent releases that introduce smaller incremental changes, developers can also reduce the chances of things going wrong in production.
Source: CloudBees