These days many software development processes enable to deliver multiple releases thanks to the modern continuous delivery tools. Doing planned release several times per week is common. The usual practice is that during the release process the DevOps guys keep their eyes on the monitoring dashboard and if they found any anomalies they roll back the version.
But what happens if someone changes a feature flag's value (release toogles) in the production environment?
Release Toggles allow incomplete and un-tested codepaths to be shipped to production as latent code which may never be turned on. (https://martinfowler.com/articles/feature-toggles.html)
DevOps receive a notification that some threshold has been reached on the production environment and when they open a related metrics they see something similar: