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We’ve been having a lot of fun with CICD integrations at Liquibase. We’ve recently released our official GitHub Action and an example for Travis CI. It’s past time to do
We’re always looking for ways to give back to the Liquibase Community. We’re also big on experimenting and having fun. Combining all of that in an internal Liquibase
Embedding Liquibase into the startup process of an application is a very common pattern for good reason. Once you set up Liquibase to deploy on app startup, your database state
In honor of Hacktoberfest, Liquibase hosted a day-long internal Hackathon. My team’s challenge: make it easier to use Liquibase in Continuous Integration and Continuous
There is a lot of activity around Liquibase Extensions and new database platforms. (A direct result of our Liquibase Labs initiative.) Since there is so much activity going on
When you’re learning or evaluating new software, it’s not always easy or possible to install the software locally on your laptop.
One way to address the problem is to have
Liquibase provides continuous integration and continuous delivery for your database. By integrating Liquibase with Jenkins, you can achieve full-stack CI/CD for your application.
I recently had to set Liquibase up to do some work on Azure Postgres. Both Azure and Postgres have seen an uptick in popularity and the combination works really well.
It’s easy to get up and running in minutes.