CloudBees Feature Management

CloudBees Feature Management is an advanced feature flagging solution that lets your development teams quickly build and deploy applications without compromising on safety. By providing a gradual release mechanism and a simple way to define target audiences, CloudBees Feature Management allows developers and product managers to optimize feature releases and customize the user experience. CloudBees Feature Management gives teams control over features that are in staging, production, or any environment in the deployment pipeline.

2021-06-01: New webhook capability

Webhook capability

Webhooks, also referred to as user-defined HTTP callbacks, allow you to create real-time notifications that are triggered when an event happens in CloudBees Feature Management.

Webhooks can be configured to listen to events within a specific environment or all environments. For more information, refer to Configuring webhooks in CloudBees Feature Management.

2021-04-14: Updates to feature flags in environments dashboard

  • Added feature flags status to the Environments overview

  • Bug fixes and general performance improvements, including resolving issues for user management

2021-02-26: Updates to REST API, filtering

  • Added filtering to the Environments overview

  • Added Delete Flag and Patch Flag for the REST API

  • Bug fixes and general performance improvements, including resolving issues for user management

2021-02-03: .Net SDK V5.0.1

Released .Net SDK V5.0.1. Refer to the .Net changelog for details.

2021-01-20: Updates to REST API, UI improvements, bug fixes

  • Added Flags to the REST API

  • Improved backward compatibility for the REST API

  • Added the Create Flag button on the Flags overview screen

  • Added the sortable Flag Create column to the Flags overview screen

  • Updates to the REST API documentation

  • Bug fixes and UI improvements

2021-01-05: .Net SDK V5

Released .Net SDK V5. Refer to the .Net changelog for details.

2020-12-23: PHP V4.7.4

Released PHP SDK V4.7.4. Refer to the PHP changelog for details.