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Artipie is a binary artifact management tool, similar to Artifactory, Nexus, Archiva, ProGet, and many others. The following set of features makes Artipie unique among all others:

Learn more about Artipie in our Wiki.


Artipie is distributed as Docker container and as fat jar. The jar file can be downloaded on the GitHub release page and here is a Wiki page describing how to start it. The fastest way to start Artipie is by using Docker container. First, make sure you have already installed Docker Engine. Then, open command line and instruct Docker Engine to run Artipie container:

docker run -it -p 8080:8080 -p 8086:8086 artipie/artipie:latest

It'll start a new Docker container with latest Artipie version, the command includes mapping of two ports: on port 8080 repositories are served and on port 8086 Artipie Rest API and Swagger documentation is provided. A new image generate default configuration, prints a list of running repositories, test credentials and a link to the Swagger documentation to console. To check existing repositories using Artipie Rest API:

  • go to Swagger documentation page http://localhost:8086/api/index-org.html, choose "Auth token" in "Select a definition" list,
  • generate and copy authentication token for user artipie/artipie,
  • switch to "Repositories" definition, press "Authorize" button and paste the token
  • then perform GET /api/v1/repository/list request. Response should be a json list with three default repositories: json [ "artipie/my-bin", "artipie/my-docker", "artipie/my-maven" ] Artipie server side (repositories) is served on 8080 port and is available on URI http://localhost:8080/{username}/{reponame}, where {username} is the name of the user and {reponame} is the name of the repository. Let's put some text data into binary repository: commandline curl -X PUT -d 'Hello world!' http://localhost:8080/artipie/my-bin/test.txt With this request we added file test.txt containing text "Hello world!" into repository. Let's check it's really there: commandline curl -X GET http://localhost:8080/artipie/my-bin/test.txt "Hello world!" should be printed in console.

Do dive in dipper into Artipie configuration, features, explore repositories and storages settings, please, address our Wiki.

Default server configuration in Docker Container refers to /var/artipie/repos to look up for repository configurations. You may want to mount local configurations <your-local-config-dir> to /var/artipie/repos to check and edit it manually.

Important: check that <your-local-config-dir> has correct permissions, it should be 2020:2021,
to change it correctly use chown -R 2020:2021 <your-local-config-dir>.

If you have any question or suggestions, do not hesitate to create an issue or contact us in Telegram.
Artipie roadmap.

How to contribute

Fork repository, make changes, send us a pull request. We will review your changes and apply them to the master branch shortly, provided they don't violate our quality standards. To avoid frustration, before sending us your pull request please run full Maven build:

$ mvn clean install -Pqulice

To avoid build errors use Maven 3.2+ and please read contributing rules.

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*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Artipie README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.