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Migrating to Cloudsmith

We usually help our customers with migration (if they need/require it), and offer to assist with import on the server-side (for big imports). This can take the form of: You put assets onto a shared location (e.g. S3), and we work out how to pull the assets in for you, but please contact us to discuss your specific requirements and we would be more than happy to help where we can.

Usually, migrating from another package manager is a two-step process:

  • exporting from your old package manager
  • and then importing to Cloudsmith

Step One - Exporting from another repository

If you have been running another repository manager, such as Artifactory, Nexus or ProGet and you want to migrate this repository to Cloudsmith, the first step is exporting the packages out of your old repository.

Depending on your repository managers, you will have to use different approaches to get access to a repository.

Export from JFrog Artifactory

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Export details not here? Contact us and we'll help!

Step Two - Import into Cloudsmith

Now you are ready to take the exported packages and import them into your new Cloudsmith repository - Yay!

  • Artifacts exported to a folder.
  • Create a repository on Cloudsmith using the instructions found here

Import Maven
Import npm

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Import details not here? Contact us and we'll help!

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Migrating to Cloudsmith


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