Posted byAlex Papadimoulis on March 8th, 2023.
Is “the public cloud” really the best host for your CI/CD pipelines? In this article, I’ll discuss why self-hosting is rising in popularity, and how BuildMaster is a great option.
Posted byThe Inedo Team on February 9th, 2023.
ProGet 2023 will offer a number of improvements, like better NuGet symbols support, but will mainly focus on our Software Composition Analysis (SCA) features such as vulnerability scanning and license detection. We’re also developing our own “offline” vulnerability database called ProGet Vulnerability Central (PGVC),...
Posted byAlex Papadimoulis on January 24th, 2023.
Last year, we worked closely with one of our long-term users to create a specialized product offering called ProGet Edge Computing Edition.
Although this is a niche offering that's not intended for most users, the story behind the collaboration will give you insight into how we develop new features. Hopefully, it will inspire you to...
Posted byIris Chubb on September 27th, 2022.
Chocolatey’s publicly-available community packages are a great resource for personal use and help you quickly install just about all the software you’d ever need on Windows. But they’re definitely not suitable for organizational use and can open your company up to legal, security, and all sorts of other hassles if...
Posted byCrista Perlton on September 16th, 2022.
Can you spot the difference between colorama and colourama? Sure, one is American English and the other is aimed at British-English users. One of these is a malicious python package designed to trick users and the other is legitimate. Chances are that you’ve heard about vulnerable...
Posted byThe Inedo Team on September 7th, 2022.
When you evaluate self-hosted alternatives to “the public cloud” for your source code, you’ll run into a huge list of tools. After a bit of research, you’ll discover that, outside of the on-premises versions of “major cloud” vendors (Azure DevOps, GitLab, etc.), there’s a bunch of tools that seem like...
Posted byThe Inedo Team on August 10th, 2022.
We’ve made a lot of improvements to Vulnerability Scanning in ProGet 2022. Not only is it simpler to configure, but it’s integrated with the new Software Composition Analysis (SCA) features. This will let you see which of your application releases (in production or in flight) are impacted by vulnerabilities...
Posted byThe Inedo Team on August 1st, 2022.
Is “the public cloud” really the best place for your source code? According to Gartner, over 90% of organizations plan to embrace hybrid- or multi-cloud strategies to mitigate the risks of “putting all your eggs in one basket”. Many are starting to do the same with their source control – and you’ve probably been thinking the...
Posted byThe Inedo Team on July 19th, 2022.
ProGet 2022 has been released! We’ve made a lot of improvements, but some of the most exciting changes are the revamped Software Composition Analysis (SCA) features. Not only are Vulnerability Scanning and License Detection/Blocking a lot easier to use, but they’re integrated so that you can see which of your...
Posted byAlex Papadimoulis on May 18th, 2022.
I’m excited to announce that we’ve just released Otter 2022 and that the first prerelease of ProGet 2022 will be shipping later this week. In this article, I’ll talk about: A Release Numbering Scheme These releases follow our new, year-based number scheme, which aligns with how we’ve been releasing software for many years...