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What is Port?

It is a Developer Platform made to make life easier for developers and DevOps in an organization, by creating a single platform that acts as a single source of truth for all of the infrastructure assets and operations existing in the organization's tech stack. Port then allows developers to perform self-service actions on these assets. From provisioning a dev environment, understanding who is the owner of a microservice, or any unique use case DevOps wants to self-serve and automate.
Port is a tool in the Microservice Catalog category of a tech stack.

Who uses Port?

16 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Port.

Port's Features

  • A comprehensive Software Catalog that includes all your software and infrastructure components in one place: microservices, monoliths, deployments, repos, databases, and more
  • Self-service for your developers that enables them to provision, terminate, and perform day 2 operations on any asset in your catalog

Port Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Port?
It is an open platform for building developer portals. Powered by a centralized service catalog, it restores order to your microservices and infrastructure and enables your product teams to ship high-quality code quickly — without compromising autonomy.
It helps engineering teams understand and improve their services. By aggregating data from tools like Datadog and Okta, It helps teams understand their architecture at a glance – everything from ownership to runbooks.
Help your developers move faster and build better software with self-serve access to the knowledge and functionality they need with configure8, an enterprise-grade internal developer portal and platform orchestrator.
With OpsLevel, developers can self-serve key actions in the software lifecycle, and platform teams can ensure best practices and standards are baked into everything from the start.
It is the simplest way to navigate and operate your microservices. It provides relief for developers looking for a better understanding of their microservice architectures.
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Port's Followers
30 developers follow Port to keep up with related blogs and decisions.