About Flagsmith

Flagsmith is an on-premises or private cloud-based open-source product lifecycle management solution that provides feature flags, remote configuration, and hosted API. It enables staff members to create and manage features flags across web, mobile, and server-side applications. It allows users to release features with confidence through phased rollouts, and easily toggle individual features on and off, and make changes without deploying new codes. It enables employees to use segments to run A/B and multivariate tests on new features. The segments let users introduce beta programs to get early user feedback.

Supervisors can manage organizations, projects, and roles for team members, facilitating deployment optimization. Businesses can also integrate the platfor...


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May 2021

Dan from SuiteFiles

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Information Technology and Services

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

4.0

May 2021

Great, simple feature flagging system

Flagsmith has been central to our devops process. Feature flagging enables us to easily and safely rollout changes and run experiments. We've had no real problems and it was easy to setup and expand upon

Pros

Flagsmith was a great choice for our company as it was relatively inexpensive to get started on, while offering all the functionality we need. It may not have all the full features of some of the more expensive options, but unless you're doing some quite advanced experimentation Flagsmith has it covered

Cons

At times there have been a few bugs in the management dashboard but they have all been resolved or I have been quickly given help to get around them

Reasons for Choosing Flagsmith

The lower cost made it easier to convince the team it was a worthwhile investment to give out feature flagging a try. It also has a nice, simple UI which is easier for non-technical team members to use