DevOps Classroomnotes 05/Mar/2023

Storing Artifacts in Artifact Repositories

  • To store artifacts we have different artifact repositories
  • The major artifact repositories are

    • Nexus
    • Artifactory/Jfrog
    • Azure Artifacts
  • We will be using Artifactory/Jfrog Refer Here for downloading the open source version
  • Refer Here for steps to install jfrog/artifactory oss
  • In this class we will be using trail version of jfrog cloud Refer Here
  • Lets create a free trail account
  • Lets setup maven repository
  • We have pushed the artifacts (jar, pom)
  • For integrating jenkins with artifactory Refer Here for official docs
  • Install jenkins jfrog plugin and for free style follow docs Refer Here and Refer Here for previous blog article
  • Installing Jenkins – Jfrog plugin
  • Install artifactory plugin and build the code as shown in the article Refer Here
  • Refer Here for declarative and scripted pipeline examples
  • Refer Here for the changes done to deploy artifacts using declarative pipeline.

Next Steps:

  • Pull Request
  • Jenkins Project Types
  • Branching Strategies
  • Deployments
  • Git Stash,tags, ignore and hooks

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