5 ways to drive agile experimentation using feature flags

published 04.06.2020 02:00

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There are times product owners and development teams should deploy features and control access to them at runtime.

Once developers deploy the feature’s code, the flags enable them to toggle, test, and gradually roll out the feature with tools to control whether and how it appears to end-users.

Let’s review several ways development teams can drive agile experimentation using feature flags.

Once the development team addresses any issues or risks, the product owner can then enable the feature for internal and external beta testers.

Since today’s developers must test new capabilities faster, feature flags provide the tools to enable experimentation and deploy new capabilities with fewer risks.