All developer needs, across the entire SLDC

Port is in about creating compelling developer experiences and delivering them in a portal, using the building blocks you need, according to your stack, developer personas and culture.

You name it,
we catalog it

Eliminate clutter and stop using CSVs. Port has all the data you need. Port is flexible and extensible, so you can bring your own data model, and using blueprints, make it fit your engineering DNA.

Common user stories

  • Pull request reviews

  • All relevant Jira tickets

  • Future on-call shifts

  • Manager initiatives
    (e.g. need to update helm charts, tag S3 buckets etc)

  • Security issues by priority

Developer self-service, the way it should be

Provide autonomy and set golden paths. Let developers scaffold/deploy/revert, provision an environment, get temporary access etc, even with long running, asynchronous actions.

Common user stories

  • Pull request reviews

  • All relevant Jira tickets

  • Future on-call shifts

  • Manager initiatives
    (e.g. need to update helm charts, tag S3 buckets etc)

  • Security issues by priority

Drive quality at scale

Use scorecards for standards, and drive change with initiatives. Provide managers with the tools to measure DORA metrics, set and track costs, and more.

Common user stories

  • Pull request reviews

  • All relevant Jira tickets

  • Future on-call shifts

  • Manager initiatives
    (e.g. need to update helm charts, tag S3 buckets etc)

  • Security issues by priority

Role-based access control

No-code X, by user and team, for read, write and self-service actions. Set boundaries on catalog views or self-service actions and provide curated experiences.

Common user stories

  • Pull request reviews

  • All relevant Jira tickets

  • Future on-call shifts

  • Manager initiatives
    (e.g. need to update helm charts, tag S3 buckets etc)

  • Security issues by priority

Start with the most pressing needs, build more later

Portals should support a broad range of use cases and user stories. Start with a smaller subset of developer routines, and add more as you go, driving functionality and adoption. Choose Port for its support of any future use case you’ll need, allowing you to deliver a compelling user experience.

Common user stories

  • Pull request reviews

  • All relevant Jira tickets

  • Future on-call shifts

  • Manager initiatives
    (e.g. need to update helm charts, tag S3 buckets etc)

  • Security issues by priority

Portal as code

Configure and customize the portal itself through code, e.g. with Terraform. Simply update anything in the portal and know it's all in the repository. Democratize the portal by allowing engineering to contribute.

API-first

Use the API to model your software catalog, ingest data, invoke actions, query scorecards and more, or to get data from the portal into your CI/CD or automations.

Port API

Integrations

Port plays well with your Git Provider, infrastructure, cloud provider, any SaaS or on-premise 3rd party service. Use Port's Open Source Ocean framework to easily build what you need.

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