Repositories

Comprehensive guide to managing a Cloudsmith Repository

A Repository, or repo, is a storage location for software packages and containers.

Cloudsmith provides polyglot repositories that can contain packages of all support types. You can create an unlimited number of repositories; providing you with the flexibility to suit any use-case.

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At Cloudsmith we use "repository" as a general term. We also refer to "registry" and "feed" in line with the format's specific nomenclature.

Repository Controls

Cloudsmith provides comprehensive controls to allow you to secure, monitor and control the packages inside each repository.

Use the left-hand menu to access the controls available:

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Repository Menu

Control

Description

Packages

A list of all uploaded packages and artifacts.

Package Groups

A list of grouped packages by name (ignoring version/distro info)

Audit Logs (Beta)

A log of repository events

Client Logs

View access logs for this repository

Client Statistics

See all the statistics gathered about your packages - downloads, bandwidth usage, etc.

License Compliance

View and edit all licenses for packages in the repository

Package Logs

View logs of package events for this repository

Security Scanning

Security Scanning for Docker images

Signing Keys

GPG and RSA signing keys

Main Settings

Change the Name, Permissions, Visibility and if needed, delete the repository.

Access Controls

Manage teams and user access to this repository

Custom Domains

Setup domain configuration to support your named endpoint. Contact us for help!

Edge Caching

Configure and manage edge caching rules

Entitlement Tokens

Manage entitlement tokens for external, read-only access to private repositories.

EULA Enforcement

Manage End-User License Agreement enforcement

Geo/IP Rules

Manage download permissions by IP and/or Geographic area

Retention Rules

Manage the size of your repositories with retention settings

Upstream Proxying

Configure upstream sources for this repository

Webhooks

Create and configure webhooks to allow external tools/systems to see your Cloudsmith events


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