ProGet Documentation

Getting Started with ProGet

  • Last Modified: 2018-09-17

Note: Unless otherwise noted, documentation refers to the most recent stable release of ProGet.

What is ProGet

ProGet helps you package applications and components so you can ensure your software is built only once, and then deployed consistently across environments. This means everyone can be certain that what goes to production is exactly what was built and tested.

Third-party packages (such as NuGet, npm, PowerShell, and Chocolatey) and Docker containers are also supported, allowing you to enforce quality standards, monitor for open-source licenses, and scan for vulnerabilities across all packages, much earlier in the development cycle.

With high-availability, load-balancing, and multi-site replication, ProGet can centralize your organization’s software applications and components to provide uniform access to developers and servers, no matter where they are in your network.

A 3 minute guide to getting started with ProGet and Visual Studio:

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