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Julia Hayward

25 November 2020

Julia Hayward

25 November 2020

Flyway 7.3.0 Released

Flyway 7.3.0 is out! This release contains new features and improvements over Flyway 7.2.0. Highlights A placeholder for the full filename of a migration file Script config files can specify shouldExecute Retrying connections back off exponentially Dry Run output can be directed to AWS S3 or Google Cloud Storage You can find a detailed list of the […] Read more

Julia Hayward

19 August 2020

Julia Hayward

19 August 2020

A first view of Flightpath

Once a year at Redgate we hold Down Tools Week. It’s our hack week, when we temporarily put aside our normal work and form ad-hoc teams to propose, vote on and tackle new problems. Last time one team took a look at database provisioning in tandem with Flyway. This year, as knowledge about Flyway has spread through […] Read more

Julia Hayward

29 May 2020

Julia Hayward

29 May 2020

Using Git Hooks with Flyway

When you’re on your own developing a simple application, managing your migration scripts is not a demanding task; each time you add a script, it gets the next version number in whatever sequence you’ve decided on using. When your application takes off and you find you have a team working on migrations simultaneously, sharing code […] Read more

Julia Hayward

27 May 2020

Julia Hayward

27 May 2020

Announcing Flyway/CockroachDB Support

Earlier versions of Flyway supported simpler schema migrations within a single CockroachDB node. Both Flyway and CockroachDB aim to be simple to use, and we’re delighted that the Cockroach Labs team have worked closely with us to enable Flyway to be just as robust and reliable in scenarios involving many distributed nodes where migrations need […] Read more

Julia Hayward

9 September 2019

Julia Hayward

9 September 2019

Flyway and database provisioning

Once a year at Redgate we hold Down Tools Week. It’s our hack week, when we temporarily put aside our normal work and form ad-hoc teams to propose, vote on and tackle new problems. One is always a charity project, others are useful internal tools, prototype products and experiments which we might not otherwise try, and […] Read more

Julia Hayward

19 August 2019

Julia Hayward

19 August 2019

Flyway 6.0.0 Released

Flyway 6.0.0 is out! This is the first full release by Redgate, and contains many new features and improvements over Flyway 5.2.4. This version also adds more features and fixes on top of the previous beta releases. Highlights The highlights of the 6.0.0 release include: A brand new parser Firebird support Validation of migration encoding SELECT output is […] Read more

Julia Hayward

1 August 2019

Julia Hayward

1 August 2019

Flyway at Redgate – meet the team

So Flyway has joined the Redgate stable… A quick word of introduction – I’m Julia Hayward, I’ve been a software engineer for 26 years, four of those at Redgate, and I’ll be looking after Flyway. This is my first blog on flywaydb.org, and after a week of learning my way around the whole of Flyway’s code, […] Read more