In many cases feature flags are used beyond a product release or singular event. Long-term flags are switches that you intend to leave in your code indefinitely, and unlike short-term flags, they aren’t technical debt. Long-term flags are an essential part of your system architecture—they can be used to set subscriber tiers, operate as part of a circuit-breaker pattern, or manage the interaction with third-party APIs. Designing your long-term flags is similar to specifying the feature you are controlling, and you may want to use the same process. In this webinar you will learn: - Concepts and best practices for long-term flags or toggles - Places long-term flags can be especially useful - Anti-patterns and items to watch out for in creating long-term flags Panelists: Heidi Waterhouse Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly Adam Zimman VP Platform at LaunchDarkly #launchdarkly #webinar Subscribe to LaunchDarkly: https://www.youtube.com/c/LaunchDarkly?sub_confirmation=1 Learn more about LaunchDarkly: Website: https://launchdarkly.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/launchdarkly Twitter: https://twitter.com/launchdarkly About LaunchDarkly: Feature management allows development teams to innovate faster by fundamentally transforming how software is delivered to customers. With the ability to gradually release new software features to any segment of users on any platform, DevOps teams can standardize safe releases at scale, accelerate their journey to the cloud and collaborate more effectively with business teams. Today, LaunchDarkly deploys peaks of 20 trillion feature flags each day, and that number continues to grow. Founded in 2014 in Oakland, California by Edith Harbaugh and John Kodumal, LaunchDarkly has been named on the Forbes Cloud 100 list, InfoWorld’s 2021 Technology of the Year list, and the Enterprise Tech 30 list.