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Jonny Roberts

1 July 2022

Jonny Roberts

1 July 2022

Version 9 is coming: what developers need to know 

Version 9 of Flyway brings new features, capabilities, and many small improvements. Upgrading to 9 will introduce new capabilities like the `check` command, but it also brings API changes that you may need to account for. Here’s everything you need to stay ahead.  Newsletter subscribers always get the heads-up first. Not a subscriber? Sign up […] Read more

Andrea Angella

11 April 2022

Andrea Angella

11 April 2022

Announcing Flyway v9 beta. With added Change Report! 

We are pleased to announce our latest update to Flyway, the world’s most popular migrations framework for database deployments.  According to the latest State of Database DevOps report,  companies of all sizes are adopting DevOps at an accelerating rate and across more projects than ever before. Delivering software faster poses the challenge of needing to […] Read more

Mark Klein

21 March 2022

Mark Klein

21 March 2022

Object versioning and script generation in Flyway 

Flyway Desktop is a brand new tool designed for database developers using Flyway, providing a simple GUI to surface capabilities available in your Flyway edition.  Our development team is currently hard at work improving the advanced capabilities in Flyway, such as allowing database developers to maintains a version controlled schema model and the ability to […] Read more

Barry Attwater

15 December 2021

Barry Attwater

15 December 2021

Log4Shell: What does it mean for Flyway?

There has been a lot of attention on Apache Log4J in the past week due to the discovery of the Log4Shell vulnerability. As Flyway allows utilization of Log4J we felt we should address this vulnerability and reassure our users. What is Log4Shell? It has recently been discovered that there is a high severity vulnerability in […] Read more

Mark Klein

9 November 2021

Mark Klein

9 November 2021

New: Automate migration testing for Database CI

Flyway does a great job of enabling database migration. We know that many of our community use it as part of a Continuous Integration flow, and we’re looking at more ways in which it can help with that. Our v1 of the service is available now, and available for you to try. This initial version […] Read more

Mark Klein

19 October 2021

Mark Klein

19 October 2021

Announcing Flyway v8.0

The Flyway team are proud to announce the latest update to Flyway, the world’s most popular migrations framework for database deployments. Flyway v8.0 introduces three main areas of improvement, alongside bug fixes and breaking changes. Cloud CapabilitiesWith the latest update we’re bringing the benefits of Flyway migrations into cloud native environments, such as Google Cloud […] Read more

Matthew Flatt

19 August 2021

Matthew Flatt

19 August 2021

How Spawn is revolutionizing development for the unit testing framework, tSQLt 

IT consultancy, sqlity.net, specializes in helping organizations get the best performance and business value from their SQL Server estates through Data Platform DevOps. The founder, Sebastian Meine, is also one of the co-creators of tSQLt, the only open source unit testing framework to enable true continuous integration and continuous delivery for SQL Server. We recently […] Read more

Matthew Flatt

10 August 2021

Matthew Flatt

10 August 2021

Introducing Spawn: the instant way to create free database copies in the cloud

Imagine a world without the open source database migrations tool, Flyway. Migration scripts being run in the wrong order, changes getting overwritten, having to dump hours of work because you started with an out-of-date version. Flyway is so popular today because it sorts out the issue of database migrations in such a simple and elegant […] Read more

Ajay Ahir

6 May 2021

Ajay Ahir

6 May 2021

Integrating Vault to secure Flyway parameters

Until now the only way to configure Flyway has been through plaintext configuration parameters such as in a Flyway configuration file, through the command-line or by setting environment variables. As your organizations and enterprises grow and more people interact with your processes you’ll inevitably want a way to secure as much information as possible, such […] Read more

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