The power of Depfu for your enterprise

Run Depfu behind your firewall and keep your enterprise software dependencies up to date effortlessly.

A screenshot of a Depfu Pull Request for Puma including the links to the changelog, the release notes and commits. Also showing the old and new version numbers as well as the version specification used in the Gemfile

Automated updates with you in control

  • Get notified about new versions right where you work, with a pull/merge request.
  • We gather everything we can find about the new version, from Github release notes, the project's changelog to all commits for that version.
  • You know right away if your code works with the new version or not, since the PR triggers a test run.
  • Take a look at the example repo to see our pull requests in action.
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GitHub Enterprise
hosted on premises

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GitLab
hosted on premises

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Ruby
(with Bundler)

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JavaScript
(with Yarn and npm)

Your infrastructure — your choices

Depfu Enterprise runs on your infrastructure (with minimal requirements) with either GitHub Enterprise or a self hosted GitLab instance.

Depfu Enterprise also supports any CI solution that works with these choices.

Supports private packages

Depfu works with both Ruby (Bundler) and JavaScript (npm and Yarn).

It works with your private packages hosted on your own repositories like Geminabox, npm Enterprise or JFrog Artifactory.

Easy to install, easy to maintain

Depfu Enterprise uses Replicated under the hood, which makes it easy to install and easy to regularly update with a single click.

We're releasing Depfu Enterprise regularly and keep it in lock step with our SaaS product.

Your code stays with you

By default, Depfu Enterprise pulls package metadata from our own API to improve the pull requests. But of course your code never leaves your network.

Depfu Enterprise can run in an airgapped environment if needed.

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Requirements

To install Depfu Enterprise in your infrastructure, you'll need a single Linux machine (VM or metal) that supports Docker and uses one of the supported distributions. It should have at least 2 Cores and 8 GB of RAM available. Of course these requirements could scale a bit with the number of active users and the number of active projects, but generally Depfu Enterprise doesn't need a lot of resources.