Portus 2.3 released!

It’s been a year since we released Portus 2.2, but we can finally present to you the latest release of Portus. We wanted to deliver this new release much sooner, but some late-coming features changed the release schedule quite a bit, so we had to spend more time for the... [Read More]

RPM support for container-diff

Google just recently released container-diff as an open-source project to share it with the containers community. The core use case of container-diff is to analyze container images and report differences among them, including installed software packages with respect to their name, version and size, but it can also analyze... [Read More]

Rebumping portusctl

Another hackweek, another new cool project. At SUSE we are proud to get our hands dirty with hackweeks from time to time. This is how Portus was born, and how we’ve introduced some nice features like security scanning. This time, however, we wanted to have some fun... [Read More]

Security scanning

One of the perks of working at SUSE are hackweeks. A hackweek is a period of 5 days in which every employee is free to work on whatever they want. Portus was born this way, as Flavio explained in his blog post, and we are happy to say... [Read More]

Portus 2.2 has been released!

In October we planned the 2.2.0 release of Portus, and a lot of things have happened meanwhile (see this and this). This means that even if our initial goals were quite modest, we had to be more conservative in regards of the features and fixes that we could... [Read More]