Release faster while reducing security risks &
costly manual errors
Our unique approach builds quality into the process early, empowering developers to check their code against predefined, customizable rules set by your organization’s DBAs and security teams before they commit, when it’s much cheaper and easier to fix problems.
Boost database code confidence & compliance
Empower developers to write safe, compliant database code every time by automatically reviewing every line of SQL code for errors and security risks.View List of Quality Checks
Eliminate the wait
Quality checks provide instant feedback on database code. Developers no longer have to wait for hours or days for a DBA to provide feedback on their work.
Scale your database team
Increase DBA script review output by orders of magnitude while eliminating human error and the drudgery of manual reviews.Learn More About Using Quality Checks
Keep your database safe & compliant
Automatically enforce best practices set by your DBAs, including naming conventions, grants & revokes, and rollback scripts.
Remove the database bottleneck
Ensure database change reviews happen earlier in the process. That way, your team isn’t waiting for days or weeks for database updates to be deployed.
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List of Quality Checks
We gathered input from the Liquibase community and pulled together industry best practices to enable 10 database change quality checks. More checks are coming soon! View our documentation to learn more about using quality checks in Liquibase.
|Data Integrity||Privileges & Roles||Liquibase Best Practices|
|– Check for DROP TABLE||– Check for GRANT statements||– Changeset must have a label|
|– Check for DROP COLUMN||– Check for REVOKE statements||– Changeset must have context|
|– Check for MODIFY <column>||– Changeset must have comments|
|– Customizable check for SQL pattern|
|– Customizable check for table column count|