LaunchDarkly provides flag triggers for Honeycomb and Datadog


Characteristic administration firm LaunchDarkly has introduced that it’s including flag triggers via new integrations with Honeycomb and Datadog. 

Flag triggers are one-step automations that may be triggered after a particular alert goes off or a efficiency metric is met. They work by sending webhooks to a URL. This enables them to be turned on and off from any device that fires a webhook, like a CI or APM device.

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In keeping with LaunchDarkly, a advantage of characteristic flagging is that builders can disable options which can be negatively impacting customers or programs. Additionally they can be utilized to easily advance a rollout when every little thing goes as deliberate. 

Along with the mixing with Honeycomb and Datadog, builders can create generic webhooks triggers that may be invoked from different programs or instruments. 

LaunchDarkly additionally plans on including configurations for SignalFx, New Relic, Dynatrace, AppDynamics, LogDNA, Splunk, and extra.