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Manage your artifacts by using custom repositories (8.2)

Suggest edit Updated on May 3, 2021

Beginning with Deployment Manager 3.1.1, you can create custom repository types to store and move your artifacts.

By default, Deployment Manager supports Amazon S3, JFrog Artifactory, Microsoft Azure, and file system repository types. You can now also set up custom repository types and use them in your Deployment Manager workflows. By using custom repositories, you maintain the continuity of applications that already use these types of repositories.

For more information, see Creating and using custom repository types in Deployment Manager.

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