10 Oct 2016

Launched: Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines and HipChat Integrations

LaunchDarkly Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines and Atlassian HipChat Integrations - Feature Flags

We’re pleased to announce the launch of two LaunchDarkly integrations with Atlassian.

From “concept to launch,” Atlassian gives teams an integrated approach to build software. Now with LaunchDarkly, you can get more control over production rollout via Bitbucket Pipelines and HipChat integrations.

Feature flagging is a way of gating functionality to gain better control over a release – serve to a limited segment, get feedback and facilitate rollbacks without having to redeploy. LaunchDarkly helps teams to manage flags at scale. With a management platform in place, feature flags become prolific and it becomes even more significant to integrate these with your DevOps tools.

With LaunchDarkly, you can create and enable feature flags via Bitbucket Pipelines, giving you the control you need to release confidently, reduce risk, and gather feedback on your new functionality.

With LaunchDarkly’s HipChat integration, you have visibility into all feature flag changes in real-time within your team’s collaboration tool.  See all changes to flags, including the team member making the change and the applicable environment, and do this without leaving your native workflow.

LD HipChat

“Using Bitbucket Pipelines and LaunchDarkly together unlocks the true power of DevOps and continuous delivery. Our integration allows customers to have end to end feature control, for risk mitigation and quicker time to market,” says Edith Harbaugh, CEO LaunchDarkly.

Together, LaunchDarkly’s integration with Atlassian is bringing premier DevOps tools to the space.  Read about how Atlassian uses LaunchDarkly internally here.

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Justin Baker
Lead Product Designer at LaunchDarkly
As a designer who can code, Justin can empathize with a developer's workflow and design intuitive interfaces to address extremely complex functionality. He has built dozens of user interfaces for high-traffic applications — winning the Best of California IT Design award in 2012. He frequently contributes feature flag management and design theory articles to DZone, Tech.co, and DesignerHub. He holds degrees from UC Davis and USC, and is finishing an MS in Information Design at Northwestern. When he's not making developer's lives easier, he enjoys tennis, computer games, and writing.