Customers can now integrate Cloudsmith with Roadie, letting users monitor key Cloudsmith data within the Roadie developer portal.
Cloudsmith has just announced an exciting new integration with Roadie, a start-up that provides SaaS for Backstage, a service catalog open-sourced by Spotify that automatically tracks your microservices. Organizations use Roadie to build a software catalog and developer portal for internal systems, centralizing information in one convenient location.
Overview of the Integration
We know how frustrating it can be to track down what systems are used for what and monitor information and logs from those various systems. That's why we're thrilled to announce customers who use Roadie can now add Cloudsmith data to their dashboards. This will make it easier for users at an organization to quickly see what teams are using Cloudsmith, and key data about their Cloudsmith account.
How it Works
Let's run through how to set up the integration between Cloudsmith and Roadie. The good news is it's quick and easy to do!
First, you'll need to visit the Roadie Backstage Plugins repository on GitHub. Here, you'll find the plugin for Cloudsmith, as well as instructions on how to install and configure it. Follow these steps, and you'll have the integration set up in no time.
Once you've installed the plugin, you can start using Roadie to monitor your Cloudsmith account. If you need help getting started, you can check out the documentation on the Cloudsmith website. Here, you'll find further detailed instructions on how to use the integration.
With this integration, you can simplify the process of keeping tabs on your package management services. You'll have all the information you need in one convenient location, without having to log in to multiple apps. So, don't wait any longer, connect your Cloudsmith account with Roadie today and enjoy the convenience it offers you!
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