Continuous Delivery can dramatically decrease turn-around time between customer need and delivered software to fulfill that need. Combining discipline with the right practices and tools leads to early feedback about potential problems, a system of safety nets, the highest level of accountability, and an overall boost in confidence when releasing software. Delivering database changes poses a unique set of challenges that force many to treat database changes as a second class citizen when releasing software. This leads to delays and a lack of realizing the full potential of Continuous Delivery. In this course, you'll learn the fundamentals to make managing database change a breeze and how to make it a first class citizen in your Continuous Delivery pipeline. You'll learn how to use Flyway to version changes to a MySQL database. You'll also learn how to leverage versioned changes from your code repository to get early feedback about potential problems, including how to simulate a production database update every time someone checks in a database change.