JFrog is pleased to announce the availability of Artifactory 2.0. Artifactory is an advanced Maven repository manager, offering powerful enterprise features, such as LDAP/Active Directory integration and fine-grained permission control, behind an easy-to-use user interface. With this second major release of Artifactory, Artifactory is 100% configurable via an Ajax web UI and is packed with many enterprise-level features out-of the box: - Built-in UI configurable and UI-testable LDAP integration (other integrations possible via Spring Security). - No more clear text passwords in your Maven settings.xml - Artifactory offers auto-generated encrypted passwords, which is extremely important when using external authentication. - Ability to undeploy complete versions and remove in one go hundreds of old artifacts deployed from the same module. - Sophisticated role-based access control (RBAC), e.g - you can allow only certain groups to see sources. - Security domain level administrators. - Real time view for the effective RBAC on a selected artifact/node. - Ability to deploy a bundle of zipped artifacts and import a Maven local repository into Artifactory. - True undeploy with immediate Maven metadata updates. - Real time tailing of server logs from the UI. - Remote checksum validations. - Built-in support for MySql. - Tomcat install script has been Improved and the ability to run as a Windows Service. - Special support to run under IBM WebSphere. - An artadmin command-line tool for performing various administrative tasks. - The underlying architecture to support high volumes of concurrent downloads and uploads have been updated. - Help on nearly every UI element. - Improved, complete user guide. Artifactory is available for immediate download from the JFrog Site or directly from SourceForge. The Artifactory User Guide can be found here. You can also try the Online Demo. Artifactory is released under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Enjoy! The JFrog Artifactory Team
- Posted by: Yoav Landman
- Posted on: January 07 2009 07:34 EST
- Great Release by Martijn Verburg on January 07 2009 08:49 EST
- Excellent ! by Richard Capraro on January 07 2009 10:05 EST
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- Re: Artifactory Maven Repository Manager 2.0 Released by Avishay Halperen on January 07 2009 15:59 EST
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Just wanted to say that I took this for a spin and it's a vast, vast improvement over the 1.x series. Had it up and running in 10 minutes and I am happily and accurately looking after my artifacts :).
Great release...easy to install, has a very good and intuitive GUI, with great improvements on performance (during the search, the display of the repositories tree, etc).
Artifactory is one of the mostly-repeated elements in the projects I setup and always recommend it to the others. Great job and thanks.
The new version of Artifactory looks amazing. Massive improvement both in UI and performance. No doubt it is the best maven repository manager out there.
What a major improvement! It really propelled Artifactory as a webapplication into future. Kuddos for the jfrog team and specially for the interaction design guy/ girl (s). Definitely can see why the release was lifted from 1.3 to 2.0. See for screenshots also my blogpost at http://www.cybersnippet.nl/blog/entry/artifactory_what_a_makeover
Can you make a comparison with Nexus?
With the upgrade of Artifactory to 2.0 and Nexus 1.1 the features are very similar. Both have the ability to upload a Maven artifact by the GUI, can be updated with a new WAR file and both have the ability to manage repositories in the GUI. The difference between them is that Artifactory has a much simpler and easier interface to do the main tasks like uploading an artifact, add a repository and search for an artifact.
It's a good one. Too bad we are already using Nexus. :-)
You should realy consider switching to Artifactory, you'll benefit in the long and short run.
That seems great, I am very glad to try it. I will dive into the project. It's license is apache licenses 2,but I can't checkout the source code, there is below error when I checkout the source code. svn co http://subversion.jfrog.org/artifactory/public/trunk artifactory Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to PROPFIND request for '/artifactory/!svn/vcc/default' It seems I have no permission to checkout,but I can view all source code by firefox. Could you tell me how to checkout the source code? Do I need user and password to do it? Thanks&Best Regards . Yang.Gu