The Reliably API allows you to store and retrieve your Reliably history, giving you access to your past executions and suggestions.
In order to use the CLI, you need to authenticate with Reliably. This is done with the CLI through the API.
Authentication is done using GitHub or GitLab authentication providers, meaning Reliably doesn't store your personal data.
Each time you use the Reliably CLI, we store the suggestions related to this execution. This allows you access your history of executions and suggestions, to view progress of your reliability effort.
Only surfaced suggestions and file or resource metadata are stored. Your code itself never leaves your own premises and is thereby not stored by Reliably.
All stored suggestions and related metadata are encrypted on Reliably's side.