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Access to az command line client from Gradle to manage Google Cloud clusters.

(01 November 2018)


Provides Packer conventions

(22 November 2018)


Provides Packer extension and tasks. No need to have packer installed as plugin will take care of caching and installation in a similar fashion as to have Gradle distributions are cached

(22 November 2018)


Google Cloud Storage Gradle build cache implementation

(25 June 2018)


A Gradle build cache implementation that uses Google Cloud Storage (GCS) to store the build artifacts. Since this is a settings plugin the build script snippets below won't work. Please consult the documentation at Github.

(08 February 2019)

Containerize your Java application

(07 June 2019)

A plugin to manage the minikube lifecycle in a gradle project

(31 May 2019)


Flyway is an open-source database migration tool. It strongly favors simplicity and convention over configuration. It is simple, focused and powerful. It runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux, Java and Android. It is based around just 6 basic commands: Migrate, Clean, Info, Validate, Baseline and Repair. Migrations can be written in SQL (database-specific syntax (such as PL/SQL, T-SQL, ...) is supported) or Java (for advanced data transformations or dealing with LOBs). It has a Command-line client. If you are on the JVM, we recommend using the Java API (also works on Android) for migrating the database on application startup. Alternatively, you can also use the Maven plugin, Gradle plugin, SBT plugin or the Ant tasks. And if that not enough, there are plugins available for Spring Boot, Dropwizard, Grails, Play, Griffon, Grunt, Ninja and more! Supported databases are Oracle, SQL Server, SQL Azure, DB2, DB2 z/OS, MySQL (including Amazon RDS), MariaDB, Google Cloud SQL, PostgreSQL (including Amazon RDS and Heroku), Redshift, Vertica, H2, Hsql Derby, SQLite and solidDB. More info:

(30 May 2019)


Glide Gradle plugin makes it incredebily easy to develop and deploy webapps for Google App Engine

(06 February 2017)