The payback of DevOps is not simply in automation but in using that automation to increase the visibility of the development processes. This article demonstrates way to make Flyway developments more visible, regardless of your RDBMS, such as by providing a detailed migration history, and change reports that reveal detail of what is going on to all involved.
My FlywayTeamwork PowerShell framework is designed to help get you started quickly with developing databases, using Flyway versioned migrations. It introduces a PowerShell task library, and automation, to take care of repetitive chores. It will also help you get to grips with the practicalities of using Flyway in team-based development. This article explains the basics of its design and provides a demo how to use Flyway to migrate a PostgreSQL database, while generating a high-level narrative of the changes made between versions.
How to use Redgate's schema comparison engines to generate object-level scripts for every database version that Flyway creates, and then use them to create ad-hoc, Flyway-compatible migration files.