Has your team outgrown Packagecloud?
Cloudsmith vs Packagecloud. What’s the best option for your team?
BeforeLimited package support - Packagecloud supports a handful of software package formats. If your teams need something else you'll need workarounds
AfterCloudsmith supports 28 package formats natively, with more coming on-stream every month
Bare bones permissions and user provisioning - you get one credential for your entire org. No support for separate organizations, or teams with different needs. No support for service users, hampering your automations
We have you covered. Cloudsmith has a complete model featuring discrete orgs, teams, user permissions with fine-grained control. We offer SAML and SSO integrations that allow you to customize how teams and services access your software. Build workflows around our comprehensive API and your Cloudsmith service users. Use read-only entitlement tokens to distribute software with complete control
You can't get cloud-native performance; even when Packagecloud is pretending to be SaaS
Cloudsmith is architected from the ground up as a cloud-native solution, with 410+ points of presence worldwide, advanced caching, and download speeds that compare with local networks
A product that feels like it's constantly in maintenance mode. Support requests that weave through endless middle management. Terrible customer experience across all touchpoints - we've heard it all
With Cloudsmith you'll speak to engineers who understand your needs from Day 1. Fanatical support, directly from our engineering teams, whenever you need to solve problems
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