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FlexDeploy has ever expanding support for Oracle CX Commerce Cloud (OCC), including the ability to schedule, manage, and report on deployments of user interface files to Oracle CX Commerce Cloud instances. This article demonstrates how to set up FlexDeploy for Oracle CX Commerce Deployments, and lays out a potential development process to follow. (See our

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

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

Most applications use some relational database to store and retrieve data. As an application evolves over time, changes are necessary to underlying database structures. In addition, you may have multiple environments to support application delivery, let’s say development, test and production. Hence it makes sense to automate the build and deployment of both the application

FlexDeploy 5.4.0.4 has been released and includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: Azure DevOps Boards integration is now supported out of the box Azure DevOps Git integration via new Webhooks function for change logs processing Usability improvements for managing Workflow properties, additional test connection features, and copying Project URLs

FlexDeploy 5.4.0.3 has been released and includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: Salesforce integration improvements on the Salesforce tab to customize the package.xml file with project property PACKAGE_XML_PATH and provides a summary of change metrics. Isolated Networks Support – Some customers require strict network isolation between environments for security and

FlexDeploy 5.4.0.2 has been released and includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: Salesforce integration improvements for Org to Org comparison, Source Control to Salesforce Org comparison, Package to Salesforce Org comparison, and the ability to view & update package.xml to pull the changes from Salesforce Webhooks enhancements Kubernetes usability and

As you likely know by now, FlexDeploy is an Enterprise DevOps platform with fully integrated support for Salesforce apps, metadata customizations, integrations and more. This is the third 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