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Overview

With Azure Artifacts you can create and share Maven, npm, and NuGet package feeds from public and private sources with teams of any size. You can add fully integrated package management to your continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines with a single click.

Azure Artifacts is an extension to Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server. It comes pre-installed in Azure DevOps Services, Azure DevOps Server 2019, and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2017 and 2018.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 9/10/2018, Video, 0:08:07
    Azure Artifacts helps you manage the software components you use by providing an intuitive UI, as well as helpful tools to ensure immutability and performance for the...
  2. 5/6/2019, Video, 0:11:27
    In this video we will review the new experience of creating Build and Release (CI and CD) pipelines using YAML files in Azure DevOps. We will show how the YAML file is...
  3. 9/21/2018, Blog
    Azure Artifacts manages the dependencies used in your codebase and provides easy tools to ensure the immutability and performance of those components. Released as one of the...

Azure Artifacts News

5/18/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure Artifacts is announcing the long-desired feature of supporting Upstreams for Universal Packages across different ADO organizations. For engineers using Azure Artifacts, Universal Packages...
3/17/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
As Azure Artifacts continues to be a central place where thousands of developers host, consume, manage packages and share build artifacts, it remains imperative that our user interfaces are...
3/17/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Previously, Azure Artifacts customers were only able to natively consume packages from Maven Central as an upstream source, which has been a blocker for customers who want to fully leverage our...