What’s new in Flyway? State-based deployments in Flyway Teams

Historically, Flyway has been a migrations-based database deployment tool. It greatly improves database deployments by tracking what migration scripts have been executed against a target database and applying any pending migration scripts. Since Redgate acquired Flyway in 2019, we’ve been incorporating Redgate’s database comparison technology into the paid editions (Flyway Teams/Enterprise) so that users... Read more

Using environments in Flyway commands

Deploying database code using pipelines in various CI/CD tools is a common practice among our customers who use Flyway. To enhance security and avoid hardcoding sensitive information like connection strings, they frequently employ variables and secrets in the pipelines. Recently, Redgate introduced a new way to configure target database connections with Flyway CLI 10... Read more

Matt Hilbert

21 March 2024

Matt Hilbert

21 March 2024

Where’s the money? The ROI of test data management

You may have heard of test data management (TDM). It’s part of the software delivery process – some would say a crucial part, involving the creation, management, and maintenance of environments for software development and testing. By provisioning fresh, production-like data, it allows developers to test their proposed changes early, thoroughly, and repeatedly with... Read more

James Phillips

19 March 2024

James Phillips

19 March 2024

Why test data management is becoming increasingly important to the C-suite

We recently sat down with James Phillips, CIO at Rev.io, to talk about test data management (TDM) and the growing attention it’s getting from the C-suite. It’s been prompted by the recognition that provisioning test and development environments with realistic production-like data improves the quality of code being developed, reduces errors, and deliver new... Read more

Thomas Hallam

14 March 2024

Thomas Hallam

14 March 2024

Enter Prompt+ EAP: your AI-powered database development partner in the making

After many cups of coffee and takeaway pizzas, something changed in the world of SQL Prompt in November 2023. For the first time in SQL Prompt’s history, our engineering team at Redgate brought AI to its breadth of capabilities and called it Prompt+. Using generative AI-powered insights and context-based awareness, Prompt+ takes natural language... Read more