DevOps : Deployment Manager - Repository creation


We are trying to understand what is the best approach to create repository to enable CICD.

We have the following environments on premise:

  • Dev ( 1 server)
  • QA (1server)
  • Staging (2 servers)
  • Prod (2 servers)
  • AES Not prod ( used for DEV/QA/Staging)
  • AES Prod ( Prod)

We were thinking to deploy the Orchestrator to the AES Non Prod server.

Is it a good choice or dev server is better?

We are also wondering how and where to create the pega repository to hold Dev Repo and Production Repo.

For us, DEV repo could be on DEV server and production repo on Production servers. Are we right?

Is it possible to point a pega repository to a system that is load balanced? If not, should we put DEV repo on Orchestrator ( AES Non Prod) and Prod Repo on AES Prod ?

Last point, what's happen if the SOR/Pega repository is down?

Thank you,


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September 18, 2018 - 9:59am

I found that using Pega repository isn't possible to store build artifact and have implemented jfrog repository.

I'm still not clear when to use pega artifact and if a SOR is just when you have remote development server or not.

September 18, 2018 - 10:08am


Which version of Deployment Manager are you presently using ?

I highly encourage that you go over the architecture and workflows at

This will really help you configure it going forward. 

Kindly reach out to us if you still have some questions. 

Best regards


September 7, 2019 - 12:12pm


How to configure jfrog repository ? is there any specific pdn article ?



September 8, 2019 - 3:30pm
Response to sowmyashrees1253

There are instructions in the Deployment Manager help on how to create repositories -

If you follow the platform help link in there, it should take you to : 

which will point you to the link for creating JFrog repository.





September 28, 2019 - 4:28pm
Response to sowmyashrees1253


Create a Jfrog local artifactory. I have tried with maven repository. After creating repository in Jfrog, it will provide you a api through which artifactory can be accessed remotly. Use this api in HostID field. Repository Key will be created when you create a repository.

For authentication profile use admin credentials.

September 8, 2019 - 9:57pm


Could you please help me to resolve the issue which i have posted in below URL?



September 28, 2019 - 2:51pm
Response to sowmyashrees1253

Create a shared folder within the network. Check the attached picture for further reference.

Right click on folder which you wish to use as repository. Select Give Access To. Make sure that you provide Read/Write or Full Control access so the Pega can write zip or jar files to this folder.