Nathan Voxland started the Liquibase project in 2006 to enable easier management of database changes, especially in agile software development environments. It’s open-source and licensed under Apache 2.0.
Teams around the world trust Liquibase to easily track and deploy database changes. It’s even been built into solutions such as Spinnaker and Appian.
Official Liquibase Maven groups
Main Liquibase artifact
All source code managed as part of the Liquibase project is available at https://github.com/liquibase.
Friends of Liquibase
The following companies provide software and/or services to help support Liquibase:
- Liquibase (The company behind the Liquibase open source project)
- Atlassian (Provides https://liquibase.jira.com)
- Discourse (https://forum.liquibase.org)
- YourKit (Provides Java Profiler)
Liquibase is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License
Liquibase Pro and Liquibase Enterprise, with additional features and support, are commercially licensed.