Cloud customer?
Start for Free >
Upgrade in MyJFrog >
What's New in Cloud >


The Release Bundle repository protects your artifacts as part of the distribution flow. Artifacts that have been created and signed are automatically copied and saved into this separate repository where their contents cannot be edited or removed. This ensures consistency of distribution among target instances. Even if the original artifacts are removed from the original repository, they will continue to stay in the release bundle repository, available for distribution. These Release Bundles are created and managed in the Distributing Release Bundles page, and generally distributed from a source Artifactory instance to JFrog Artifactory Edge nodes.

Release bundles are stored with the following naming convention: {bundle name}/{bundle version}/{target path}

Page Contents

Creating a Release Bundles Repository

The release-bundles repository is automatically created and used by default. However, users can create additional repositories with their own naming conventions that can also be used for distributing release bundles.

 The application supports only default repositories.

To create a new Release Bundles repository, in the Administration module, click the Repositories page| Distribution tab.

JFrog Cloud New Interface (Beta)

Go to Artifactory, and select Repositories. To learn more, click here. 

Common Basic Settings

The following are fully described in the Common Settings page.

  • Repository Key
  • Public Description
  • Internal Notes
  • Include and Exclude Patterns
  • No labels
Copyright © 2023 JFrog Ltd.