The management of SOA composite revisions has been simplified to a check box and a number through FlexDeploy’s SOA plugin.  Managing composite revisions historically required someone to develop and maintain a secondary process to purge unwanted revisions. Not anymore. Now just deploy your composite and let the FlexDeploy SOA plugin manage the revisions for you.  Simply

Those of you familiar with Flexagon and FlexDeploy have become accustomed to “Patch Releases” including significantly more than just defect or bug fixes. FlexDeploy 4.5.2 follows the same path, and includes many new features, usability improvements, plugin enhancements, and defect fixes. If you want the details, please review the Release Notes for FlexDeploy 4.5.2.   Here

Apache Tomcat is very popular open source application server and is widely used. FlexDeploy provides rich plugin for Tomcat application deployments and also supports start & stop operation on Tomcat server. Apache Tomcat has Manager application which allows for various deployment operations. But in many cases Manager application may be disabled or not available. FlexDeploy

WebLogic application server provides Hot Deployment (a.k.a. Side by Side Deployment or Production Redeployment) feature to update applications without affecting existing clients. How does it work? – WebLogic performs deployment of newer version of application alongside existing version, new clients will use newer version of application whereas existing sessions continue to use older version. Older

Many organizations have invested in Maven, Ant and other tools to automate build and test executions. FlexDeploy supports native integration to perform Build and Execute Tests, but it also allows for taking advantage of existing investments in Maven, Ant, etc. In this blog post, I will talk about how to pull in JUnit Test Results

FlexDeploy doesn’t have an official Siebel plugin, but don’t let that stop you from using FlexDeploy to automate your migrations. FlexDeploy can provide a lot of value to the process. Let’s take a look at the process improvements and benefits related to: Automation Security Scheduling Approvals Visibility and Auditing If you haven’t already, you should

One of the most popular enhancement requests we have received recently is to enable the same “Partial Deployment” capabilities for database objects that have been empowering Oracle EBS developers/administrators since FlexDeploy 3.0.  With the EBS solution, developers can source customizations from a Source Control Management system, and migrate them across their entire EBS Topology.  Partial

FlexDeploy 4.5.1 is now available! Similar to previous fixpacks, Flexagon focused on the continuous delivery of new features and capabilities while providing fixes to the existing product. This blog post briefly describes the enhancements as well as a summary of the smaller changes/fixes included within 4.5.1. For full details, you can see the Release Notes

FlexDeploy’s E-Business Suite file list provides options to configure AOL objects of various types which can be either sourced from Source Control System or development EBS environment. Here is an example of type list. By default, list is not alphabetically sorted but it is configured to show mostly used types on top. If this does

Flexagon is happy to announce initial support for Informatica. Working with current and prospective customers, we targeted the biggest pain point first, deploying deployment groups. The first operations added to the plugin were buildDeploymentGroup and deployDeploymentGroup. The build captures the name of the deployment group that you wish to migrate, and the deploy operation deploys