CODING Artifact Repositories

An efficient management service for artifacts after code compilation

Overview

CODING Artifact Repositories (CODING-AR) is used to manage build artifacts generated after source code compilation. It supports common types of artifact repositories such as Docker, Maven, Helm, and npm packages. It makes it possible to coordinate artifact repositories with the source code for version control and seamlessly integrate them with local build tools and continuous integration/deployment in the cloud. It offers vulnerability scanning and other convenient features to provide high-quality and efficient artifact management services for R&D teams and help them control the quality of artifacts.

Benefits
Diverse Artifact Types
CODING-AR supports many types of artifact repositories, including Docker, Maven, npm, Generic, Pypi, and Helm to meet the requirements for multiple artifact repositories in one single project. In other words, it enables one project to support, for example, both Docker and Maven.
Seamless Connection with Common Build Tools
CODING-AR is compatible with all common artifact format standards. You can use it seamlessly with having to change any existing build tools or installing any other local software programs or plugins.
Fast Distribution
CODING-AR supports the rapid distribution of public and private repositories. Relying on the powerful CDN capabilities of Tencent Cloud, it enables your team members to securely and quickly upload and download artifacts around the globe.
Vulnerability Scanning
You can use the built-in image security scanning feature or customized security scanning strategies to check the quality of artifacts stored in CODING-AR and improve the project security review.
Upstream-Downstream Integration
CODING-AR provides well-adapted APIs that are compatible with the version matching of the upstream code repositories and the APIs of the downstream continuous deployment and Ops, enabling upstream-downstream integration for DevOps.
Code Review
CODING-AR provides CVM instances as build resources and also supports access to custom build nodes. Based on CVM, you can directly execute build plans, eliminating the trouble of Ops. Based on custom build nodes, you can execute build tasks in virtual machines on Linux, macOS, and Windows as well as in containers.
Features

CODING-AR manages build artifacts generated after source code compilation through versioning, which implements seamless deployment and delivery and convenient software distribution.


Artifact Repository Hierarchy

The hierarchy in an artifact repository is repository > package > version.

- Repository: used to manage different types of repositories and package resources under them. You can set their external access permissions.

- Package: the basic unit for build artifacts to provide external access and used to describe the purpose and use instructions of the current artifact.

- Version: lists all build artifacts under a certain package and records in detail the iterative update changes of each artifact, including but not limited to compilation packages, deployment packages, and binary files.


Support for Diverse Artifact Repository Types

- CODING-AR supports many types of artifact repositories such as Docker, Maven, Helm, and npm packages. Artifact repositories can be versioned in collaboration with the source code.

- Can meet the requirements for multiple artifact repositories in one single project. In other words, it enables one project to support, for example, both Docker and Maven.


Seamless Connection with Common Build Tools

CODING-AR is compatible with all common artifact format standards. You can use it seamlessly with having to change any existing build tools or installing any other local software programs or plugins.


Fast Distribution

CODING-AR supports public and private repositories. Relying on the powerful CDN capabilities of Tencent Cloud, it enables your team members to securely and quickly upload and download artifacts around the globe.


Vulnerability Scanning

You can use the built-in image security scanning feature or customized security scanning strategies to check the quality of artifacts stored in CODING-AR.


Upstream-Downstream Integration

CODING-AR provides well-adapted APIs that are compatible with the version matching of the upstream code repositories and the APIs of the downstream continuous deployment and Ops, enabling upstream-downstream integration for DevOps.

Scenarios
CODING-AR can be used to run and store the private components or intermediate artifacts in the software development process to achieve efficient collaboration on code and components across development departments and teams.
CODING-AR supports scanning vulnerabilities in build artifacts in certain formats and working together with test management and defect management to record the defects of artifacts and control their quality.
CODING-AR is ideal for application distribution. Regardless of whether a file is a desktop software program or a container image, users can download it quickly over the pre-constructed fast global network.
Success Stories
Fudan University
Foxconn
Dida Chuxing
ZEGO
MOCKINGBOT
CMGE
C-life
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BOCOM Schroders
Mininglamp Technology
BestSign
Lakala
FAQs

Which repository types does CODING-AR support?

CODING-AR supports common types of artifact repositories, including Docker, Maven, npm, Generic, Pypi, and Helm.


What is the hierarchy in CODING-AR?

The hierarchical relationship in CODING-AR is repository > package > version as detailed below:

- Repository: used to manage different types of repositories and package resources under them. You can set their external access permissions.

- Package: the basic unit for build artifacts to provide external access and used to describe the purpose and use instructions of the current artifact.

- Version: lists all build artifacts under a certain package and records in detail the iterative updates and changes of each artifact.


What are the external permissions in CODING-AR?

- Within project: the members of this project can read and write, while other members cannot read or write.

- Within team: the members of this project can read and write, other members of this team can read but cannot write, while other members cannot read or write.

- Public: the members of this project can read and write, non-members of this project and anonymous members can read but cannot write.

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