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MyGet

Cloud-based package management software for DevOps teams

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MyGet Pricing, Features, Reviews and Alternatives

MyGet product overview

Price starts from

$

15

/momonth
Per Feature

What is MyGet?

MyGet is a cloud-based package management software designed to help DevOps teams manage and audit packages across the entire IT infrastructure of a company. It enables IT professionals to track team members’ package usage, detect dependencies across all packages, and define usage policies.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

Email/Help Desk
Phone Support
Knowledge Base
FAQs/Forum

Training options

Documentation

MyGet pricing information

Value for money

4.3

/5

58

Price starts from

$

15

/momonth
Per Feature

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
Pricing range

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MyGet features

Functionality

4.4

/5

58
Total Features15 2 categories

Most valued features by users

API
Access Controls/Permissions
Reporting/Analytics
Collaboration Tools
Software Development
Web App Development
Deployment Management
Debugging

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MyGet users reviews

Overall rating

4.4

/5

58

Positive reviews

91%

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Rating breakdown
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8.21/10
Rating distribution

5

4

3

2

1

31

22

3

2

0

Pros
MyGet is one of the good 3 options for a package registry as a service in my humble opinion. That being said, I'd love to see more new features (or more communication) and better up-time.

CB

Christopher B.

MyGet is a unique service that provides hosted private package management for almost every platform available. It's amazing, easy to use and a great price.

AR

Anonymous Reviewer

MyGet supports all our needs while costing less than other viable alternatives. The ability to host more types of packages is a good plus point and we"ll most likely utilize it later.

KW

Kristian W.

Cons
I have also found that Visual Studio will sometimes refuse to install the packages if it finds the dependencies even slightly confusing.

AR

Anonymous Reviewer

The different versions of the API and they way they were presented occasionaly were confusing.

SB

Soeren B.

A bit strange home page interface. Awful main UI color palette.

AR

Anonymous Reviewer

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Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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MyGet as internal NuGet package repository

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

MyGet is used within Dangl IT GmbH as a central source for all our deployed packages, thus allowing us to structure our software projects logically and reuse existing code where applicable.

Cons

So far, we haven't had any problems with MyGet, it works as expected. We would like to see the addition of upstream sources, since we've never been able to get this working, but this is a low priority for us at the moment.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Comes close to everything I want

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall, I've solved some serious problems that stem from trying to get everybody to have the same version of packages - developers, QA, and clients get the right stuff, and that makes a lot of work just plain go away. The setup was not horrible and consultants are productive. I can't think of a better experience!

Pros

MyGet has revolutionized how I've done consulting. I used to use Git subrepos to bring code into projects, since I didn't want to put NuGet packages in a public place. Now that I have pioneered using MyGet, a company with whom I work is pulling together all of our Maven, NuGet, and npm packages. The administration and delivery for MyGet is awesome, and uploading packages is mostly pretty easy. For the money, this is a no-brainer for the organization: we can deliver packages to clients without everybody having access to source code. I love it.

Cons

It took me some time to figure out how to get the permissions set up. There is a way to get a pre-authorized URL, which I would prefer not to do. However, I've seen NuGet have some trouble authenticating from QA machines. I don't have an answer for that, but I feel authorization could be a little more clear. I would love to see a Docker registry! I went with MyGet over GitHub's package manager because we don't use GitHub for anything else, but it was a close call. I hear that MyGet is working on Docker registries. At that point, I believe MyGet will satisfy more than my needs...like all of my wants, too.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend3/10

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Ok Features. Ok Uptime.

Reviewed 2 years ago

MyGet is one of the good 3 options for a package registry as a service in my humble opinion. That being said, I'd love to see more new features (or more communication) and better up-time.

Pros

MyGet has a very good interface for looking at your feeds. The API works. They just (March of this year 2020) added snupkgs support which is nice, but they're are a few competitors which have had this for a while. While this is true with most private package registries, the registration and authentication for your registry is very simple.

Cons

The biggest difficulty for us with MyGet is their up-time. We depend on MyGet for a majority of our builds so when MyGet is down, most of our builds are down. This hit us ESPECIALLY hard during a release where we had the majority of a day (in November 2019) where we couldn't build. We actually moved some of our packages to GitHub Packages for the day so we could continue for a bit. As of 2018, new features (or at least posts about new features) have died down a bit. They appear to be either slowing down in new development or just simple not communicating as much.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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MyGet Review

Reviewed 2 years ago

It has been easy to setup, consume, and maintain.

Pros

We needed as easy to setup and consume private nuget feed. We found that in MyGet.

Cons

Honestly, since all we were looking for was a private nuget feed that we didn't have to host, MyGet had everything that we wanted. I haven't encountered a gap in features.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Go get MyGet

Reviewed 2 years ago

Solid performant service.

Pros

MyGet lets us build and store our private npm packages, as well as keep a copy of every dependency we use so we are protected from another leftpad incident. We are also able to protect ourselves from an old dependency being taken over by a malicious maintainer.

Cons

It's hard to update dependencies of dependencies of dependencies. (3 levels deep). 2nd level dependencies are easily updated.

MyGet FAQs and common questions

MyGet has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $15.00/month
Pricing model: Free, Subscription
Free Trial: Available


MyGet has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business


MyGet supports the following languages:
English


No, MyGet does not have an API available.


MyGet integrates with the following applications:
Jenkins, TeamCity


MyGet offers the following support options:
Email/Help Desk, Phone Support, Knowledge Base, FAQs/Forum

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