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]

Small update: 2.1.1 released and planning for 2.2

After the release of Portus 2.1 some users notified us about some regressions and bugs. We’ve been handling those as well as including some small improvements. You can read more about that in the release notes. We urge users of the 2.1 release to upgrade to 2.1.1 as soon... [Read More]

Portus 2.1 has been released!

It’s been a long release and with it we have tried to add as many new exciting features as possible. That being said, we haven’t been able to include all the features that we initially planned on, but more on that later! First of all, we have improved the support... [Read More]

Introducing webhooks

Hello! I am pleased to announce one of the new features which will be shipped with Portus version 2.1. What are webhooks and how do they work? Simply put, a webhook is a user-defined HTTP callback which notifies a specified endpoint about some sort of change. In Portus, this... [Read More]