Limit your blast radius with automated canary analysis

Mar 22, 2018 by DROdio

Isaac Mosquera, Armory’s CTO, recently gave a talk at Atlassian’s Mountain View office for LaunchDarkly’s Test In Production Meetup.

Isaac talks about how using automated canary analysis is a way to limit the blast radius of issues in production while increasing development productivity, reducing risk and keeping developers happy. You can learn more about canary deployments here.

Speaking of LaunchDarkly — if you’d like to learn more about feature flags (and how they’re different than, and complimentary to, canary deployments) we recommend this Armory blog post or this LaunchDarkly blog post.

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