We believe that prompt management is a critical component of building successful AI products with Large Language Models (LLMs). The Prompt Registry is designed to help you decouple prompts from code, enable collaboration among technical and non-technical stakeholders, and streamline the prompt development lifecycle.

Inspired by software engineering best practices, we offer a Prompt Registry that allows users to store, version, and organize prompts outside of their codebase. Whether you’re a developer, product manager, QA tester, or subject-matter expert, the Prompt Registry provides simple tools needed to effectively manage and collaborate on prompts. Made for both engineers and non-technical prompt engineers.

Prompt Engineer Faster

For an in-depth look at the evolution of prompt management, from hard-coded prompts to a dedicated Prompt Management Tool like PromptLayer, check out this insightful blog post by Greg Baugues: Make it easy to iterate on your prompts.

In this post, Greg shares his experience building LLM-based apps and how the approach to prompt management has evolved over time. He discusses the challenges of having prompts intermingled with code and the benefits of using a Prompt Management Tool to reduce friction in prompt iteration, enabling faster experimentation and collaboration.

Prompt Management

The key to writing good prompts is to build a dev environment that let’s your team prompt engineer quickly and systematically. A CMS is the way to do this.

Read our blog post on prompt management and collaboration.

Key Features

  • Decoupling Prompts from Code: Store prompts in the Prompt Registry CMS, separate from your codebase, allowing for faster iterations and more stakeholder collaboration.

  • Modular Design: Create reusable prompt snippets and organize prompts into folders to promote modular design and better organization.

  • Collaboration Strategies: Set up access controls and freeze versions to ensure that the right people have the right access at the right time, delineating production from development environments.

  • Descriptive Commit Messages: Automatically track changes and use descriptive commit messages for each prompt version.

  • Programmatic Access: Pull prompts programmatically at runtime using the PromptLayer API, keeping your codebase clean and maintainable.


  • Faster Iterations: Decouple prompt development from regular engineering releases, enabling faster iteration cycles.

  • Inclusive Collaboration: Involve non-technical stakeholders like PMs, QA testers, and subject-matter experts in the prompt development process.

  • Organized Prompt Library: Maintain a tidy and organized prompt library with folders, snippets, and versioning.

  • Controlled Access: Ensure the right people have the right access at the right time with granular access controls and version freezing.