Quick-Start with Artifactory on Mint Linux
The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Quicks-Start with Artifactory Java Repositories Tool on Linux Mint 17 Qiana LTS i386/amd64 Mate/Cinnamon/KDE/Xfce Desktop.
Artifactory 3 Main Features:
- Proxy: Artifactory acts as a proxy between your build tool (Maven, Ant, Ivy, Gradle etc.) and the outside world.
- Local Cache: It caches remote artifacts so that you don’t have to download them over and over again.
- Control: It blocks unwanted (and sometimes security-sensitive) external requests for internal artifacts and controls how and where artifacts are deployed, and by whom.
- Stability: Built on top of the Java Content Repository (JCR), Artifactory supports extremely high concurrency and offers unmatched data integrity.
- Diligent: The underlying, backup-ready storage supports Artifactory’s OpenMetadata(TM) technology, allowing every repository item to be attached with searchable XML metadata and user-defined properties.
How-to Install Artifactory on Linux MintInstalling Artifactory for Mint
Open a Command Line Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Checking Artifactory Installation
service artifactory check
Running Artifactory Service & Tomcat Server
sudo service artifactory start
Login into the Artifactory Web UI Admin
Download Artifactory User Guide:Artifactory 4 Guide .pdf
Then You can Start to Manage the Artifactory Repositories
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