Porter enables you to package your application artifact, client tools, configuration and deployment logic together as an installer that you can distribute, and install with a single command.

Porter was accepted to CNCF on September 8, 2020 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.

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Friday July 1st @ThorstenHans is presenting at CloudLand

Porter: Author, Distribute, and Master Cloud Native Application Bundles


Check it out! 🐱

Please congratulate our newest Porter maintainer, @GaysianB612!

They have been one of our biggest contributors since joining in January, and are helping us get to 1.0 much more quickly.

It's great having you on the team, @GaysianB612. 💖

v1.0.0-alpha.20 has moved sensitive data out of Porter's database and into an external secret store, like Hashicorp Vault or Azure Key Vault.

Read @GaysianB612’s post to learn how to select and configure a secret plugin to take advantage of this feature!

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Porter | Upgrade your plugins to securely store sensitive data

Learn how to keep your sensitive data generated by Porter safe and sound


Ernst and Young is using Porter to deploy their client solutions.

Learn how EY uses bundles to streamline deployments at MS Build this week:


or read their case study:


Thinking of contributing to an open source project but aren’t sure where to start? 🤷🏽‍♀️

You can find a good first issue at https://t.co/ze2rAMRdck, each with instructions on how to get started.

Our latest release has a ton of Docker goodies:

* Parameterize your bundle with build-args
* Download private assets with secrets🤐
* Clone private git repositories using ssh 🔐
* Build bundles behind a corporate proxy 💂‍♂️
* Faster builds 🏎💨

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Release v1.0.0-alpha.18 · getporter/porter

Overview This release adds a bunch of useful docker features: build-arg, secret, ssh, improved layer caching and pro...