Bitnami has partnered with Azure to make JFrog Artifactory Open Source available in the Microsoft Azure. Launch JFrog Artifactory Open Source with one click from the Bitnami Launchpad for Microsoft Azure. It is free and it takes only a minute.
1. Launch a new JFrog Artifactory Open Source instance
You've several options to launch a new JFrog Artifactory Open Source instance in Microsoft Azure:
2. Get your credentials and configure SSH access
Default Application Login
|Password||Created on boot. Follow these instructions to retrieve it|
SSH / SFTP / SCP Connection
|Password||how to connect to the server through SSH and upload files via SCP|
3. Next steps
Congratulations, your application is ready to use now.
In our documentation site you can find more information and tutorials to customize your new JFrog Artifactory Open Source installation. We also provide some Step-by-Step guides for more advanced topics.