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Artifactory Comments

Expensive especially if you are not a Java shop

Comment by ssbarnea
about Artifactory · Mar 2016 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

The Artifactory free edition doesn't support the non-Java repository types which means that you will have to start paying $5000 or more per year if you want to use it with other repository types. This makes the product not so interesting for people non-Java centric companies.

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