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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

FlexDeploy 5.4.0.1 has been released and includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: Salesforce integration improvements for auto rollback on error, support for ProfilePasswordPolicy object type, and support for API version 49 New Blueprint for Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) UX improvements for removing All Files option in a Release

Flexagon has released a new version of FlexDeploy which includes new features and new and enhanced plugins, along with plenty of usability and productivity improvements. The benefits of FlexDeploy 5.4 will impact everyone participating in the lifecycle for developing, delivering, and maintaining technology solutions. This includes developers, administrators, release managers, quality assurance, full-stack DevOps, or

FlexDeploy 5.3.0.4 has been released and includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: Salesforce improvements for adding Unit Test columns on Project Packages tab New plugin for the RPA tool Automation Anywhere New blueprint for Oracle BI and enhancements to blueprints for Oracle Integration Cloud and Java UX improvements for

The following is a summary of the information covered in the webinar: Simple and Automated Provisioning with Terraform and FlexDeploy, which can be accessed here. What is FlexDeploy? FlexDeploy is a DevOps platform supporting full Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Release Orchestration. It has an expansive plugin library which drives the build and deploy process.

FlexDeploy 5.3.0.2 has been released and includes enhancements to platform features, plugins, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights: New Blueprint for Terraform with discovery of modules from Terraform Registry New Tricentis Tosca plugin for functional test automation New ApexSec plugin for Oracle APEX security analysis automation. Multiple security enhancements including Windows