We put together a quick video to show you how easy it is to get started with sbt and Cloudsmith:
If you, like many of your contemporaries here, are using Cloudsmith for mission-critical delivery of software, we'll bet you're always interested in better ways to protect your assets.
With today's update, we have added support for restricting the location at which your API key can be used to access your account, programmatically. If an IP doesn't match, it'll be forbidden from using the API.
Full CIDR notation is supported, so you can specify a netblock (e.g. an IP allocation for your company, such as 18.104.22.168/16). If you'd like to limit it to your current IP, type "me" and add that. We'll set it to your current IP.
The restrictions apply to all uses of the Cloudsmith API, including package uploads, entitlement management, and even downloads for native APIs (e.g. Docker). Enjoy!
The groups for packages will now be by name and package format. So the UI will no longer group together (e.g.) Maven and Docker packages as a single group.
This should make it a little easier to tell what packages you have, based on package format. More improvements for the management of this are planned too. Watch this space!
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We’ve added production instances in two new locations: US-WEST-2 (Oregon) and AP-SOUTHEAST-2 (Sydney). These are just the first of many, but together they deliver serious performance improvements for our customers around the globe.
Excellent customer support makes a world of difference, and at Cloudsmith, we take this seriously. It's one of the core principles that define us. If you're tired of the support you get from other services, you're in the right place.
Find out how and why we do customer support differently!