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 byAlex Papadimoulis on November 15th, 2021.
The past eighteen months haven’t been easy for anyone. Inedo was very fortunate to have not only survived, but remain profitable while supporting customers, creating new features, and shipping new releases on the schedule. I’m very grateful for my team, and our user community that helped us accomplish that. With the half-year behind us,...
Posted byCrista Perlton on November 23rd, 2020.
Starting in version 5.3.16, ProGet now includes cluster management. This enhancement makes it even easier to manage the servers in your load-balanced, high-availability ProGet Enterprise cluster. Server Clusters in ProGet A server cluster is a prerequisite for load balancing and high availability, two of the core...
Posted byCrista Perlton on November 21st, 2020.
Iceland-based fintech company five°degrees manages hundreds of first-party NuGet packages each day and manages dozens of external customers with their own ProGet instances. They sought a mature private repository for simple distribution for their proprietary NuGet packages that would let them work seamlessly...
Posted byThe Inedo Team on October 13th, 2020.
ProGet problems? BuildMaster bugs? If you’ve spotted a problem, we are always standing by to answer support tickets and contribute to Inedo Forums, usually within just a few hours. We’ve designed our products to be great, but we’re not all-knowing. There are plenty of times we get tickets that turn out not to...
Posted byCrista Perlton on July 16th, 2020.
As a package author, ProGet 5.3‘s package consumers feature gives you invaluable insight into which specific applications or component versions are consuming specific versions of your package. If you discover a critical bug or security vulnerability, you can identify the consumers and fix them or notify the...
Posted byCrista Perlton on July 14th, 2020.
Many ProGet users already know and love the Tracking Package Deployments feature of ProGet. A feature new to ProGet 5.3 is Live Package Usage Scanning. These features both add additional value to ProGet by increasing end-to-end visibility, but they are distinct features. They’re basically two sides of the...
Posted byCrista Perlton on July 9th, 2020.
Running out of disk space on a server creates all sorts of hard-to-diagnose problems at unexpected (and usually inconvenient) times. Define retention rules to keep ProGet tidy and disk space conserved by removing old or unused packages. What Are Retention Rules? “Retention rules” refer to any parameter you...