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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

Ajay Ahir

21 April 2021

Ajay Ahir

21 April 2021

Customize validation rules with ignoreMigrationPatterns

Flyway can validate your migrations according to its own conventions, giving you the confidence you need to apply new migrations. However, as the lifetime of a project increases, there will inevitably be hotfixes, deleted migrations and other changes that break the conventions of Flyway’s validation. In these cases you need a way to tell Flyway […] Read more

Chris Heppell

19 April 2021

Chris Heppell

19 April 2021

Why you should be testing Flyway migrations in CI

“It worked on my machine“. You’ve likely either heard this from a colleague or thought this yourself when a Flyway migration failed during a production deployment. The fact is that unfortunately, bad migrations slip through to the release process despite our best efforts. Thankfully, there are solutions to this – testing your Flyway migrations in […] Read more

Mikiel Agutu

31 March 2021

Mikiel Agutu

31 March 2021

Sign up for the Flightpath Beta

In August 2020 we previewed a new service dubbed Flightpath; a hosted service to visualize your Flyway deployments in a frictionless manner. Since then we have been working to make this idea a reality. We’re almost ready to share an early version of Flightpath with the community! Register your interest by signing up here. Here […] Read more

Jonny Roberts

16 December 2020

Jonny Roberts

16 December 2020

What’s next for Flyway

18 months ago, Flyway was acquired by Redgate. It’s been quite a ride since then and we thought we’d end 2020 with an update on what’s been happening with the world’s most popular open source migrations framework for database deployments. We’ve learned a lot, and I wanted to share that with you in this post. […] Read more

Ajay Ahir

2 December 2020

Ajay Ahir

2 December 2020

Introducing the shouldExecute script configuration option

Have you ever wanted more customizable control over when your migrations are executed? In Flyway Teams Edition 7.3.0 we released the shouldExecute script configuration option which lets you achieve just that! What is the shouldExecute option? shouldExecute is a new script configuration option, and if you aren’t already familiar with this concept you can read about it here. With […] Read more

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

Tey Peryie

5 November 2020

Tey Peryie

5 November 2020

DB DevOps

Why and how you should automate database migrations The desire to release features faster and deliver value to customers sooner is prompting many IT teams to adopt DevOps and Agile practices. By automating parts of the development process where possible and working in shorter cycles to release small changes more often, those teams that do […] Read more

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