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10 reasons to choose Flyway

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Thousands of organizations use DevOps practices every day to deliver application changes. But what about the database? Excluding the database from your DevOps pipeline and processes risks application performance, data security and integrity. With Flyway, Redgate solves this challenge in one complete solution that sits inside your existing DevOps platform and processes. Find out the 10 reasons why organizations worldwide choose Flyway.

2023-08-28

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Database Monitoring for Developers

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Database monitoring is an essential part of database development and testing because it will reveal problems early and allow you to drill down to the root cause, as well as look for any worrying trends in behavior of the database, when under load. If you are delaying doing this until a database is in production, you're doing it wrong.

2023-08-21

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Six Things to Monitor with PostgreSQL

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This article describes six performance metrics that ought to be central to your PostgreSQL monitoring strategy. By using a tool like SQL Monitor to track these metrics over time, and establish baselines for them, you'll be able to spot resource pressure or performance issues immediately, quickly diagnose the cause, and prevent them becoming problems that affect users.

2023-07-17

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Enterprises that adopt Database DevOps save an average of $4.3M per year (Video)

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If treated well, the database can be a major accelerator in your business’s efficiency. It can be the star performer in your migration to the cloud, in your move to micro services and other change initiatives. Find out how the database can be the hero in your digital transformation or change initiative.

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2023-07-10

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Searching Flyway Migration Files using Grep and Regex

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This article demonstrates a cross-RDBMS way of searching through a set of SQL migration files, in the right order, to get a narrative summary of what changes were made, or will be made, to one or more of the tables or routines within each migration file. Getting these summary reports, even from a set of SQL migrations, isn't difficult, but having a few examples makes it a lot quicker to get started.

2023-06-30

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Pipelining Configuration Information Securely to Flyway

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This article demonstrates two techniques for allowing Flyway to read extra configuration information from a secure location, possibly encrypted. The first technique pipes the contents of the config file to flyway via STDIN, and the second uses PowerShell splatting. This makes it much simpler to use Flyway to manage multiple development copies of a database using role-base security.

2023-06-23

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The Secondary Database Name in an AG

I am setting up a SQL Server 2022 Availability Group and I am ready to restore the database on the secondary. The primary database is named Finance. However, we also use this instance for QA and already have a database named Finance. How do I configure the AG to use a different database as the secondary?

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