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Ability to control which CI Features are Enabled within each CI Tenant

While CI is continually adding new features, not all features are necessarily required by our Business. However, we no option to disable features that are not required by our Business. Therefore, this increases the complexity of supporting and securing our CI tenant since we have to learn, understand and properly secure features that our Business is not presently using. Therefore, having an option to disable such any feature within CI would allow us the ability to be able to tune our CI tenant to specifically meet the needs of our Business (i.e., like a least privilege model but for Feature sets).

  • Guest
  • Jan 2 2020
  • Not under consideration
  • Guest commented
    22 Jan, 2020 03:54am

    We understand the concern related to new features inadvertently affecting customers, and to address such we continually perform backwards compatibility testing for all production tenants with automatic tests and monitors. Communication of new features is planned to be improved over time through in-app notifications and through our customer success channel.

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