15 Feb 2016

Launched: Audit Log

The audit log gives LaunchDarkly customers fine-grained visibility into changes to their feature flags.

We’re excited to announce the launch of an audit log for LaunchDarkly teams! The audit log gives teams full visibility into their feature flag management — the who, what, and when of all feature flag changes.

The audit log contains a record of all the changes made to each feature flag in the system. You can filter the audit log by timestamps, or do prefix searches on feature flag names and keys.

The audit log always shows entries for a single environment— to see the entries for other environments, use the environment switcher.

This initial release of the audit log provides a solid foundation for more robust integrations.  In the near future, you’ll be able to push audit log entries to Slack, HipChat, or set up custom webhooks to receive audit log events.

Screenshots

Audit logThe audit log dashboard allows you to see a history of all changes to your feature flags. Clicking “Details” will give you visibility into the patch and diff for that change.

Audit log 2

View the patch for each change.

LaunchDarkly Audit Log

View the diff to see the differences between the old and new JSON.

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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.