Liquibase an automated database administrator
Updated July 13, 2022

Liquibase an automated database administrator

SP Singh | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Liquibase Pro

Overall Satisfaction with Liquibase

Liquibase is a great open-source tool that helps to reduce manual work and make this easier when you deploy a database or make changes in it. we have used Liquibase open source and use the command line to operate it. the purpose of using Liquibase create a middleware between database and team and avoid direct exposure.
  • capture existing database schema
  • executing database changes at ease.
  • configure with almost all dbs.
  • make configuration more use - friendly way so that easy to do.
  • give other options too for deployments.
  • improvement in open source version.
  • it's great productive open source tool
  • can manage multiple DBs without downtime
  • it has great ROI since it's free to use.
We have used Liquibase to manage our DBS which are deployed on productions. Liquibase managed them so gracefully that we don't need to get out hands dirty to make changes and deploy those changes on production. it does all we just need to pass the configurations and it manages the rest. Liquibase keeps monitoring the DBs and gives a real-time picture of databases.
Liquibase support is just great. there are many ways to reach out the technical support or ask questions. You may join Liquibase forum, stack overflow(my favorite), Twitter, Reddit, discord channel, and email. The most frequent questions are you will find Liquibase forum which is pretty sophisticated contains all questions with descriptions.

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it's best suited if you have multiple databases running on production it is the best tool to make changes and manage databases on a cruise without exposing them to outside groups/people. You can play around with multiple DBs from a point. If you don't have multiple DBs or do not keep critical information then you may go with the traditional way to use.