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Testing in Production With Feature Flags & Continuous Deployment


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Sponsored by HARNESS

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Testing in production used to be a joke. In fact, it was a popular "Most interesting man in the world" meme. But, as life often imitates art, this meme has become reality. As it turns out, the best tests to learn from are the ones that match production, so developers and software delivery teams often look for feature flag solutions that enable them to test their code and deployments in prod.

In this talk, we will dip our toes into the world of feature flags, beginning with an overview of what feature flags are, how to think about them and why both engineers and business users find them valuable. In addition, we’ll show how to get started with feature flags, and the key things to look out for once you "do it live!"

Webinar takeaways:

  • Why testing in production is less risky than testing the way you do today
  • When to use feature flags versus continuous deployment
  • How feature flags help speed up your software development
Konr Ness
Enterprise Solutions Engineer - Harness
Konr has been a Software Engineer and Architect for over 15 years, consulting with customers primarily for application/cloud modernization, and digital transformation initiatives. He loves solving business problems with technology. Most recently, Konr has been focused on CI/CD and Progressive Delivery solutions to help organizations deliver software without breaking things.
Andy Marshall
Product Sales Manager - Harness
Andy Marshall is a Product Sales Manager and subject matter expert for Harness’ Feature Flag Solution. He’s been working in tech for the past decade with some of the largest global F100, helping them solve their feature management and development needs. He currently resides in Salt Lake City where you can find him exploring the beautiful outdoors with his family.

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