Was ist Artifactory?
Als erster und einziger universeller Artifact-Repository-Manager auf dem Markt unterstützt JFrog Artifactory vollständig Softwarepakete, die in einer beliebigen Sprache oder Technologie erstellt wurden.
Artifactory ist der einzige derzeit verfügbare, für Unternehmen entwickelte Repository-Manager, der sichere, gruppierte High-Availability-Docker-Registrys unterstützt.
Artifactory ist in alle wichtigen CI-/CD- und DevOps-Tools integriert und bietet eine durchgängige, automatisierte und absolut robuste Lösung für die Nachverfolgung von Artefakten von der Entwicklung bis zur Produktion.
Wer verwendet Artifactory?
Da die Softwareentwicklung in nahezu jedem vertikalen Markt ein integraler Bestandteil des Geschäftsbetriebs ist, bedient Artifactory Unternehmen aller wichtigen Branchen.
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Bewertungen über Artifactory
Fast repository manager with universal integration capabilities.
Kommentare: JFrog Artifactory is our internal build deployment repository. It's sophisticated & able to handle large data flows easily. It also supports next-gen CI/CD pipelines which is an added bonus!
Integration of Artifactory with other CI/CD tool is quite easy. Artifactory facilitates our internal deployments when there are new dependencies. It can also be configured as a mirror repository for public packages. Artifactory integrates with most DevOps tools. It has built-in directives for creating & releasing builds, artifacts & pipelines.
Setting up protected repositories is quite challenging. UI responsiveness still needs much improvement. Recovery process is a bit time taking even for experts.
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Kommentare: It's very intuative and a standard of binary repositories, the basic verion supports all packages and Jenkins and other tools. Highly recommended!
We use the WebDAV shares functionality to our source control so when a developer commits/delivers code and binary to the source control (RTC) it moves the binaries to Artifactory so it keeps the source control safe from binaries. I also like the support for all types of packages including Conan C/C++ packages. It has a connector to almost anything including Jenkins, Docker, K8S, etc.
The free/open source version lacks functionality comparing to it competitors such as supporting comiting more than one file and some packages support.
Perhaps Not Needed, But Interesting?
Kommentare: Cool graphics, easy to understand, but ultimately not needed.
I'll admit that I've been very intrigued by the fancy digital mapping used in JFrog's general interface, and especially so in Artifactory. Cool graphics let me know exactly what all my information is doing or going, and is intended to provide clarity.
The software provides so much clarity that I'm not actually sure if I need it! Seriously, it's a cool product, but the features are so automatically included in other products that we already use... it seems like an unnecessary add-on.
A good companion for Java software crafters
Any software company, after a while, has its own internal tools that you can't keep copying to each new project. Also, any Continuous Integration/Deployment system needs a repository for the artifacts. Artifactory serves perfectly to these needs. The web UI is simple enough, with a nice search engine, good integration with main CI servers and a REST API. Maven support is available in the OOS version and many other packages are supported in the Pro one (eg. NPM, Docker). If you're behind a corporate proxy you'll love the repository mirroring to limit the hassle with IT. Available on-premise and as cloud service. Upgrade is easy.
It mostly works transparently, but be careful if you're behind a too strict proxy: recently our client's IT security decided that many JARs from Maven Central were dangerous, redirecting to a "forbidden" page. We soon ended up with the repository full of JARs actually containing that page. It took a while to figure out, so remember to keep the MD5 check enabled. Sometimes it seems that Artifactory starts leaking memory and we need to restart it. The Pro version is not really cheap.
Securely store and scan all your container artifacts with Artifactory!
Kommentare: We are using artifactory for storing all our container images and even gold standard images are well. We have different repo's for different use cases and IAM is built on top of artifactory to restrict access to sensitive images. X-Ray scan is also used in our CI/CD pipelines to make sure secure and quality images are being developed.
1. X-Ray scanning: scans your container images which are stored on Artifactory and then publish results for the developers use. Admins can build policies to restrict allowance of vulnerable images and set thresholds. 2. Categories for repositories can be built: Local vs remote vs virtual repos can be created which is very usful. You can even onboard remote repos on your central artifactory instance and also create virtual repos which include both local and remote.
GUI for artifactory is not that great. One can simply get lost in tons of options and strugle to find the right menus. This increases the learning curve for the application which is frustrating at times. However, great documentation is available on vendor's website which helps a lot to find solutions.