This feature is supported on the Self-Hosted platform, with an Enterprise X or Enterprise+ license.
To set up Cold Storage, you must first configure a designated Artifactory instance as the Cold Artifactory, connect to it a storage provider (either an inexpensive self-hosted storage or a cloud storage provider, such as Amazon S3 Glacier), and then connect the Cold Artifactory instance to an existing Artifactory instance, also called a Live Artifactory instance.
The steps required for this process include:
Before setting up Cold Storage, you will need to verify that the following prerequisites are in place:
Two Artifactory instances
The two Artifactory instances - Live and Cold - do not have to be the same version.
Unique license for each Artifactory instance
Administrator access to both instances
The Artifactory instance that is set as the Live Artifactory instance must have the Mission Control microservice enabled (see Migrating Platform Deployments and License Buckets for details)
Every cluster of Artifactory that needs to archive requires a single Cold Storage instance with a dedicated license.
You can set up Cold Storage using either of the following methods: