Artifactory

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Binary Repository Manager for Maven, Ivy, Gradle modules, etc. Supports hosting and remote proxying of artifacts - browsable, secure, annotated amp; searchable. Integrates with CI servers, like Jenkins, TeamCity and Bamboo, for fully traceable builds.

http://artifactory.jfrog.org

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