Better container CI/CD is here. FlexDeploy has extensive support for containers, including: Image Scanning Easier Container Deployment Monitoring Regardless of the container deployment pattern you follow, FlexDeploy has something for you. Image Scanning Image Scanning is essential for producing high quality images without vulnerabilities. For this reason, FlexDeploy has plugins for Anchore and Docker Bench.

FlexDeploy is an enterprise DevOps platform with many out-of-the-box plugins and integrations. Most common implementations involve a central FlexDeploy server to support build, deploy, and release management executions for all environments. This is facilitated by secure network connectivity (SSH, http, etc.) to all environments. FlexDeploy also integrates with other DevOps tools like Source Control, Issue

FlexDeploy is an enterprise DevOps and CI/CD platform that has over 100 out of the box plugins and integrations to applications, tools, and middleware technologies. As powerful as that is for consumers of those application, tools, and middleware technologies, every enterprise has assets certain to fall outside of that domain. FlexDeploy recognizes that and has

FlexDeploy is an Enterprise DevOps platform with fully integrated support for Salesforce apps, metadata customizations, integrations, and more. This is the last article in a blog series that will help you understand what makes FlexDeploy a perfect choice to implement DevOps, CI/CD, and release automation with Salesforce. Here is a summary of the FlexDeploy Loves Salesforce series.

The use of relational databases to store and retrieve data is common in most applications. As applications evolve over time, changes to the underlying database structures are often required. The management and implementation of the changes across multiple test and production environments can become a time consuming and error prone process without the use of

In this blog article, we will be looking at how the release management of Oracle Data Integrator Deployment Archives has been simplified by FlexDeploy. ODI 12.2.1 introduced a new concept called Deployment Archives, which acts as a vehicle to promote various objects from one environment to another. While the introduction of Deployment Archives gives users

Today I will describe the process of deploying ODI objects such as scenarios, datastores, packages, and sequences with FlexDeploy. We will source ODI objects (XML files) from a Git repository and import using Oracle’s OdiImportObject command. We will start from the beginning to show how you configure the build and deploy workflows, your topology, and

Good UX is critical to the success of any application. UX covers User interface and Usability among other aspects. At Flexagon, we understand the importance of UX, and regularly deliver improvements to make the user experience better and more intuitive. So here we present to you the top 12 FlexDeploy UX improvements delivered in the

FlexDeploy includes an out-of-box integration with a popular tool in the development toolchain – Azure DevOps! This article will focus on Azure Boards and Azure Repos, but FlexDeploy also integrates natively with Azure Key Vault. Azure Repos FlexDeploy’s integration with Azure DevOps goes beyond the basics, focusing on the use of webhooks to ease the

In a typical DevOps pipeline setup, most commonly we use one or more gates before deploying any changes. After the gates are approved, the deployment can move forward to the environment. If the deployment runs into any issues, the development team needs to quickly find a solution or do a rollback to previously working version.