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Overview

After installation and initial setup, administrators can configure the JFrog Platform from within the user interface in the Administration module. It includes:

  • Repositories: Manage local/remote/virtual/distribution/federated repositories and layouts.
  • User Management: Add users and groups with required permission levels.
  • Authentication Providers: Configure security settings with several protection levels, including the join key.
  • Licenses: Add and manage licenses and license buckets (requires an Enterprise+ license) for your services.
  • General: Set custom configurations, including custom base URL, direct cloud storage download and mail server.
  • Proxies: Configure any proxy settings for the JFrog Platform and services.
  • Monitoring: Monitor your storage, replication and service status.
  • Platform Management: Register your JFrog Platform Deployments (JPDs) in order to track, view and monitor them. Requires an Enterprise+ license.
  • Support Zone: Create support bundles that contain relevant data (such as system and log files) for a single or multiple services in an HA cluster, saved and used to resolve any issues when contacting support.
  • Artifactory: Configure Artifactory settings.
  • Xray Security and Compliance: Configure Xray settings. Requires a Pro X license.
  • Pipelines: Configure Pipelines with integrations, pipeline sources, and build nodes. Requires an Enterprise+ license or cloud subscription.

The Search Panel provides a quick way to find the configuration you are looking for. 

WebUI Changes implemented in Artifactory 7.38.x and above

  • Identify & Access is now called User Management.
  • Security is now called Authentication Providers.
  • Platform Deployments is now called Platform Management.
  • The security Settings previously found under the Security tab have moved to User Management

All the relevant text and images on this page have been updated to reflect this change.

Page Contents

Quick Setup

The Quick Setup enables you to create repositories for your selected package types in one go. With a couple of simple steps, you can create local, remote, and virtual repositories for each package type of your choosing.

Step 1 From the user drop-down menu, select Quick Setup.

Quick Setup

Step 2 Select one or more package types to create the default repositories.

Create Repositories

Step 3 Provide a name for the group of repositories. The name will be used as a prefix that will help you to manage the repositories.

Step 4 Click Create.

You have completed creating your repositories, you can continue to configure your clients, and deploy artifacts, as described in Package Management.

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