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Leif Dreizler on March 2nd 2021

Building customer-facing security features in partnership with dev teams helps you better serve your customers, unlocks additional revenue, and bidirectionally transfers knowledge between teams—a concept at the very core of DevSecOps.

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Prateek Srivastava on January 12th 2021

Waiting hours for Redshift warehouses to sync? Here's how we reduced our sync times by 80%.

Geoffrey Keating on January 7th 2021

An introduction to the data layer: what it is, how it works, and how it can benefit your business.

Geoffrey Keating on January 4th 2021

We break down the most popular data warehouse tools to see how they stack up against each other in 2021.

Allen Kleiner on December 16th 2020

In this post, we’ll be sharing more about the engineering process we followed to build and release the app UI refresh without any interruptions to the customer experience.

Pablo Vidal Bouza on December 3rd 2020

How we improved Segment's security posture by adding AWS organizations to our AWS security services implementation

Benjamin Yolken, Julien Fabre on October 29th 2020

Network transfer costs are one of the biggest costs of running on the cloud. Here's how we optimized ours to save $100k month.


Rachel Landers, Solon Aguiar, Drew Thompson on October 19th 2020

PII is automatically masked to all workspace users unless explicitly granted access by the workspace owners. This allows your company to raise the bar on end-user data protection while harnessing Segment's full power to achieve your business priorities.

Benjamin Yolken on September 15th 2020

Today, we're releasing kubeapply, a lightweight tool for git-based management of Kubernetes configs. Here's why.

Benjamin Yolken on August 24th 2020

Today, we're releasing Topicctl, a tool for easy, declarative management of Kafka topics. Here's why

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