In this blog post, we are going to discuss how the Auth0 Site Reliability team, led by Hernán Meydac Jean, used a progressive approach to build a mature service architecture characterized by high availability and reliability.
At Auth0, we manage different features for our clients. We use feature flags to enable features into codebases without breaking anything or having to change the code. As defined by Pete Hodgson, feature flags, or feature toggles, are a flexible and powerful technique that allow developers to modify the behavior of a system without changing its code. A feature flag lets a development team turn features on and off in the system even after it is live in production.