In recent years, feature flagging has become an increasingly popular technique used by developers to control the release of features in an application or model. However, while centralised feature flagging platforms may seem like an attractive option, there are several reasons why you shouldn't use them. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the drawbacks of centralised feature flagging platforms and explain why hosting your own feature flagging system may be a better option, especially when it comes to meeting FedRAMP compliance requirements. What is a Centralised Feature Flagging Platform?
A centralised feature flagging platform is a feature flagging service hosted by a third-party provider, which developers can use to control the release of features in their application or model. These platforms provide a variety of features and benefits, such as scalability, reliability, and ease of use.