Apache Archiva vs. npm

Overview
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Apache Archiva
Score 8.0 out of 10
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Apache Archiva is a software repository management solution.N/A
npm
Score 9.6 out of 10
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npm, Inc in Oakland boasts over 10 million software developers worldwide using their open source software and web registry to discover, share, and reuse packages of code. Additionally, npm’s paid products offer teams and companies ways to organize, share, and secure code, integrate npm with testing and deployment tools, and bring code reuse into the enterprise. The vendor states companies including BBC, Coinbase, eBay, Electronic Arts, Nvidia, and Slack use npm.N/A
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Small Businesses
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Medium-sized Companies
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Enterprises
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Apache
Well suited for small organizations to medium-sized teams/organizations. Apache Archiva is well suited for:
  • It acts as a central repository/proxy of the artifacts generated and used by the teams.
  • It provides control on which open source repositories can be utilized by the team.
  • Saves network bandwidth by reducing outbound traffic.
Apache Archiva is less appropriate for organizations where immediate support/bug resolutions are required.
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npm, Inc
[npm]is well suited while we use it to install packages to windows, it is used to start the project from scratch to install dependencies.
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Pros
Apache
  • It's an open source project and therefore saves cost.
  • It allows exchange of artifacts/libraries between different teams.
  • It allows managing internal and external repositories with ease.
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npm, Inc
  • We can easily use it to install packages
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Cons
Apache
  • Muti-tenancy was hard to achieve.
  • UI can be improved. Its seems bit dated.
  • It is a bit tricky to setup.
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npm, Inc
  • Need to install dependencies for the particular package managers.
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Alternatives Considered
Apache
  • Apache Archiva is a great choice for organizations with a limited budget.
  • Alternatives are expensive to acquire Archiva comes offers REST API(s) which allows the creation of customized UI.
  • With Apache Archiva, it is easy to manage the remote proxy repositories.
  • RBAC helps with managing user access to the repository.
  • Configuration can be achieved using UI and stored in archiva.xml.
  • Backup of configuration is quite simple.
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npm, Inc
It is open source and easy to utilize and it is simply worked for me.
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Return on Investment
Apache
  • The impact of Apache Archiva on ROI has been positive. Since it is open source. It is free.
  • It has allowed teams to store artifacts centrally, thus leading to a reduced need for multiple servers
  • Security audits can be easily performed on the artifacts.
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npm, Inc
  • Yeah it is dependent it cause of without NPM angular doesn't work
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