Today Flexagon released FlexDeploy 5.0 which includes a wealth of new features, enhancements, and usability improvements to help teams deliver high-quality software faster and with less cost and risk. FlexDeploy is a DevOps platform for Continuous Delivery and Release Automation which provides a comprehensive and integrated platform for orchestrating the entire build, deploy, and release

Oracle’s E-Business Suite (EBS) is a powerful ERP/CRM/SCM application that provides options for configurations and customizations to meet a company’s needs. But it can quickly become a challenge to make ongoing changes, apply patches, and execute upgrades – let alone adopt new methodologies like agile and continuous delivery with a legacy system. The demand for

Continuous integration vs continuous delivery? What’s the difference? And which one is right for your business? Basically, Continuous Integration (CI) is the process of frequently adding small batches of code from multiple developers to a central repository, thus automating the build and testing stages. Continuous Delivery (CD) is continuous integration plus the process of pushing

There is no escaping Jira.  Jira has become the gold standard when it comes to tools supporting agile methodology.  Given the size of the Jira footprint it would be downright foolish for DevOps tools not to make use of the APIs and integration offered by Jira, and FlexDeploy is no exception.  Jira integration has been

Containers, led by Docker, burst onto the IT scene in 2013. In the five-plus years since, container technology has reshaped the software development landscape. The shift began with a breakdown of applications into lightweight, independent, and deployable software packages. Since each container includes everything it needs – code, runtime, system tools and settings, plus all

The popularity of microservices, or microservices architecture, is growing rapidly. The global cloud microservices market is forecasted to grow to $1.8 billion over the next five years – a 22.4 percent growth rate between 2018 and 2023.¹ Microservices architecture is gaining traction because of its inherent benefits for database and application development. A modular approach,