The DevOps Platform for
Claris FileMaker

1.0

Available in February

A project workspace for collaborative, branched development, version control, testing, release management, automated deployment and data migration, and server monitoring — all from within FileMaker Pro.

Register as a Beta Tester and get started for free.

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· DevOps

Work smarter

Transform your project workflows. Devin elevates your software lifecycle, including testing, deployments, and data migrations. Say goodbye to manual, time-consuming tasks. Automated pipelines can quickly check for errors, deploy updates smoothly, and handle data migrations efficiently. This upgrade streamlines your process, making your team faster and more effective in delivering quality software to clients.
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· Features

Adapt modern practices

Seamlessly incorporate version control, branched development, and testing into your development processes. Streamline the management and automation of deployments and data migrations for your clients. Furthermore, oversee all your servers conveniently from one central location. This unified approach simplifies project management and empowers you and your team to work like pros!
03
· WHAT'S NEW

See what's new in 1.0-beta6

Beta 6 brings Linux Server support, a completely re-engineered server backend, a more advanced Project Workspace UI with commit/branch visualisations and much more.
Release Notes
04
· WHAT's NEXT
See, request, vote and comment on feature requests made by others.
This way we make sure to prioritise the right features.
Public Roadmap
05
· Research

Developed at the
IT University of Copenhagen

Devin was created as part of the MSc thesis Developing a DevOps tool for FileMaker, using FileMaker by David Wollesen.
Download Thesis Paper

Research Results

By using Devin, a team will see the following DevOps improvements:

20-40%

increase in Version Control and Change Logging

30-40%

increase in Deployment

30-60%

increase in Testing

25%

increase in Monitoring
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· pricing

Pricing plans

Get the basics for free,
then upgrade to do more.

Pricing plans to launch in February.