The following deprecations have already been implemented in JFrog Artifactory:
Deprecation process and next steps
What has to be done?
NuGet V2 APIs Deprecation Notice
With the decision by NuGet for EoL/EoS for Nuget V2 and transition to V3, and JFrog's emphasis on keeping its code up-to-date, the following two NuGet APIs will be deprecated towards the end of Q1, 2023:
If you continue to use NuGet V2, you can use the
CentOS 8.x support
CentOS 8.x reached its end-of-life in December 2021. CentOS 8.x support for JFrog products was deprecated at the end of June 2022.
Terraform Backend Repository deprecation by Hashicorp
End of Q2 2022
In the first half of 2022, Hashicorp announced the deprecation of a number of legacy providers, including the legacy
To avoid confusion, please note that the official JFrog Artifactory Terraform Backend repository, described in this article, is unaffected by the Hashicorp
As part of JFrog's alignment with the common Hashicorp main practices, the JFrog Terraform Backend repository supports the official Hashicorp enterprise-grade Terraform backend provider, and supports features such as locking, encoding of the data, smart comparisons, and additional common practices.
KMS encryption client name
You can continue to use the name without causing any errors.
Use KMS Encryption client with the given KMS encryption key ID or alias.
Archive search on SaaS
December, 31, 2021
The Archive Search feature in JFrog Artifactory has been deprecated as of December, 31, 2021. The Archive Search feature affects Java workloads by searching through archived JARs and other files. As a result of the deprecation, your Artifactory performance will be improved due to a reduction of upload-related events and a decrease in database-related activities.
Browsing JAR archives and associated files will still be available via API or the product UI.
With the release of the new Native browser in Artifactory 7.17, the
The write-locking method and UI session sharing between the JFrog Platform cluster nodes using Hazelcast is no longer supported.
For more information, see the Support Blog.
Non-supported Docker strategies for JFrog Cloud users
From Artifactory 7.8.1, the subdomain resolution method for resolving Docker repositories will not be supported for new Cloud users. This deprecation does not apply to existing Cloud users.
Breaking deprecation changes