For organizations that have Artifactory with multiple repositories, a tenant administrator can map a vRealize Automation tenant to the corresponding user in the Artifactory server from the vRealize Code Stream user interface. The mapping lets the organization control the access to the Artifactory repository among its users.

About this task

The Artifactory administrator can set up permissions which include the group, user, and the Artifactory repository.

Important:

The Artifactory users must belong to the vRealize group in Artifactory.

Prerequisites

  • Log in to the vRealize Automation console as a tenant administrator.

    If you are mapping users for a different tenant such as Dev-Artifactory tenant, log out and log in as that tenant.

  • Verify that the Artifactory repositories, users, and groups are configured. See the Artifactory User Guide on the jFrog Web site.

Procedure

  1. Select Administration > Artifact Management.
  2. Enter a name for the Artifactory server.

    You can add notes that apply to the server in the Description section.

  3. Enter the URL of the Artifactory server.

    The server URL format is https://vra-hostname/artifactory.

  4. Enter the Artifactory user name to map that user to the tenant.

    You can add notes that apply to the user and tenant in the Description section.

  5. Enter a name for the Artifactory server.

    You can add notes that apply to the server in the Description section.

  6. Enter the Artifactory password set for the user.
  7. Select the artifact and click Test Connection to verify that the appliance can connect to the Artifactory server.
  8. Click Update to save your changes.

What to do next

You can create a remote repository and map it to the remote repository in the embedded vRealize Code Stream Artifactory server. To create a remote repository on the jFrog Web site, see the Configuring Artifactory guide.