Scaling Feature Flags: Infrastructure Considerations

Teams need to make a tradeoff—the platform should be abstract enough so that it only has to be slightly modified, but specific enough that it can be tailored to the nuances associated with the new languages added. CURRENT AND FUTURE USE CASES If a team initially builds a feature flag management solution themselves, the use […]

Teams need to make a tradeoff—the platform should be abstract enough so that it only has to be slightly modified, but specific enough that it can be tailored to the nuances associated with the new languages added. CURRENT AND FUTURE USE CASES If a team initially builds a feature flag management solution themselves, the use case they address—the one that will define their MVP—is going to be relatively simple. If you’re like most developer teams, your first experiments with feature flags were probably one-offs focused on solving specific problems.
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