Using Liquibase to Keep Malware Out and Quality In
Liquibase is a really popular tool for managing database changes, but did you know you Liquibase can also inspect databases to help you find malicious code (and other things that shouldn’t be in your database)? Ensuring that your database contains nothing more or less than what you expect is central to making it trustworthy in terms of both quality and security goals.
For quality, it means that you can trust that your test results will not be distorted by environmental variations. This impacts team productivity, rework levels, and overall software delivery.
For security, identifying anomalies means the ability to shift to proactive responses rather than getting a nasty surprise someplace in your pipeline. This is crucial given the significant increase in malware and ransomware attacks in recent years.
Director of Solutions Architecture, Dan Zentgraf, will walk through specific use cases for how to inspect your databases automatically using Liquibase so your team can integrate these important security practices to deliver quality database releases reliably and safely.
Covered in this Webinar
We’ll discuss how your team can build trustworthy database environments with Liquibase, including:
- Detecting database drift (comparing database states)
- Inspecting databases for malware
- Building quality into your database change process
- Meeting regulatory database governance requirements