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Enterprise Binary Repository

Development Operations (DevOps) is provided by the Middleware and Common Applications group within ITS Applications. The service provides a core set of offerings which include Version Control (source code and binary repositories) and other tools for software development, testing, and process automation for IT operations.



  • Artifactory

    Artifactory is a repository and version control system that is optimized for binary artifacts such as compiled application files, Java archive (JAR) files and Docker style containers. Artifactory integrates with Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) tools such as Thoughtworks Go! for automating software testing and deployment.  

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    Available to:Faculty and Staff
    • Cloud-based storage and version control for management of binary artifacts
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    • APIs for integration with CI/CD and other tools for software testing and deployment 

    This service and its offerings are provided as Common Good.

    Service Level Objectives

    Service Uptime Availability: 98.6%

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    User Responsibilities:

    The Enterprise Binary Repository (Artifactory) is intended for use by campus software developers. Users of the service and identified owners/administrators agree to be aware of and adhere to the university's Acceptable Use Policy.

    Subscribers agree to:

    • Be responsible for creating and managing their projects in the repository
    • Manage any and all authorizations necessary for developers to view and update the data in their repository
    • Manage any permissions needed by others to manage the above authorizations for developers
    • Delete the project and repository when it is no longer needed