At Inedo, we don’t force our customers to be guinea pigs that test a stream of never-ending, never-quite-complete features. That doesn’t mean we don’t innovate – in fact, we continually strive to improve our products through not only our own vision, but also through user feedback. To accomplish this, we have two categories of releases.

Major Release Cycle

A major release typically implements a brand new feature or overhauls an existing one, and likely contains backwards-incompatible API changes.

1 major release per product per year

Maintenance Release Cycle

A maintenance release may contain backwards-compatible enhancements, bug fixes, and security patches.

2 maintenance releases per product per month

Our roadmap reflects what we’ve done, and what we plan to do.

Future Generation


Released May 5, 2023

We continued to focus on Software Composition Analysis (SCA), including making some vulnerability scanning improvements (including our own database). We also added a lot of “smaller” changes, including improving NuGet Symbol Support, a Web-based Universal Package Editor, and a better feed-creation experience. This release also saw a lot of back-end work, namely “centralizing” package information in the database. Last but not least, we improved SSL support and Active Directory integration.


Targeting for Q3/Q4

We are focusing on making CI/CD easier to configure by adding more integrations and script templates; this includes first-class Docker integration (for both “containerized builds” and CI/CD for your own containers), first-class npm support, first-class support for Cloud-deployment targets, etc. We will also improve SSL support and Active Directory integration.


Targeting for Q4

We don’t have a lot of plans just yet, but we’re thinking of adding script templates (similar to BuildMaster). We will also improve SSL support and Active Directory integration.



Current Generation


Released May 13, 2022

With success as a PowerShell script runner, we’ve added more scripting languages (Python, Batch, etc.), as well as a brand-new OtterScript editor. There’s also a new licensing model!


Released Dec 2, 2022

We’ve revamped the BuildMaster user experience, namely around creating new projects/applications, and included Git-browsing and Script templaes.


Released June 30, 2022

We introduced Software Composition Analysis (SCA) features, including Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) generation and repository. There will also be a big improvement of the replication user experience, as well as the introduction of ProGet Edge Computing Edition to help with content (packages, container images, assets) from hub to edge servers.


Platform Updates for a Unified Codebase (.NET6)
User-experience Focus

Previous Generations


Release Date: Jan 22, 2021

This was a transformative release that re-envisioned Otter as a tool that helps with “compliance as code”, in addition to declarative configuration. Self-service automation through Job Templates is also a major improvement. We plan to continue UI improvements through maintenance releases.


Release Date: June 4, 2021

This was mostly a platform update to .NET5, which enabled run on Linux as a container. There were also big improvements to Release Templates to help make self-service automation easier.


Release Date: October 21, 2021

We added a lot of features to make ProGet easier to manage, including Simplified API Key Management, Automatic Vulnerability Assessment, Feed Groups, and Lots of other End-User Experience Improvements. We also made some big changes to Asset Directories.


Fully Container-ized
Self-service Improve-ments


Release Date: May 24, 2020

This is a transformative release that focuses on containers, and brings our container features on-par with package features: semantic versioning, layer visibility, etc. But there is also be some great improvements for packages as well: you can see where your packages and containers are actually being used, not just where they’ve been deployed in the past.


Cancelled and rolled into Otter 3.0

It was a crazy year, to say the least. We decided to just combine the platform updates planned for 2.3 into the product updates for 3.0.


Release Date: January 23, 2020

First-class support for Packages and Containers, Git-based configuration with rafts, and template-based applications.


General Platform Updates
Initial Container Support


Release Date: May 3, 2019

Features new feed types for Python (PyPI), Debian, and Helm, along with a Feed Management API that allows feeds, connectors, and more to be configured through a new REST API.


Release Date: April 19, 2019

Improved Git integration, performance, and scalability.


Release Date: Nov 1, 2019

Side-by-side implementation of 6.2’s features with a vision for long-term stability for 6.1.


Inedo Hub pre-release access
expanded third-party integration


Release Date: April 8, 2018

Expands on the protocol for Universal Packages with virtual package support, used to bundle packages together and allow packages to reference large assets instead of containing them directly.


Release Date: November 8, 2018

Applies the concepts of CI/CD to infrastructure management by supporting pipelines for infrastructure-as-code development and deployment.


Release Date: December 20, 2018

Returns BuildMaster to its namesake as the definitive source of truth for all your builds and releases, adding source control repository monitors & GitHub/GitLab hooks, while reintroducing unit testing & build reports.


Inedo Hub, Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery


Release Date: Nov 8, 2017

  • Webhooks
  • File Browse
  • NuGet Feed support for SemVer2


Release Date: Dec 20, 2017

  • Inedo SDK
  • Configuration Versioning


Release Date: Feb 16, 2018

  • Inedo SDK


Updated UI
new logos