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Swiss army knife for Debian repository management
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What is aptly?

aptly is a swiss army knife for Debian repository management: it allows you to mirror remote repositories, manage local package repositories, take snapshots, pull new versions of packages along with dependencies, publish as Debian repository.
aptly is a tool in the Hosted Package Repository category of a tech stack.
aptly is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to aptly's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses aptly?

5 companies reportedly use aptly in their tech stacks, including Avito, Digiposte, and Simplaex.

11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use aptly.

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aptly's Features

  • Mirror repository
  • Take snapshot
  • Publish your packages
  • Publish snapshot
  • Upgrade package versions
  • Merge snapshots
  • Filter repository
  • Publishing to S3
  • Package search

aptly Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to aptly?
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Install or build your own packages for any platform. Conan also allows you to run your own server easily from the command line.
Docker Container Registries and Maven Repositories hosted in the cloud. Offering private, protected, and public repositories, Dist is the simplest way to share and distribute artifacts across your team, systems, and customers.
It is the main Composer repository. It aggregates public PHP packages installable with Composer. It lets you find packages and lets Composer know where to get the code from. You can use Composer to manage your project or libraries' dependencies
Hosted service for your private and custom packages to simplify your deployment story. Once you upload your packages and enable your Gemfury repository, you can securely deploy any package to any host. Your private RubyGems, Python packages, and NPM modules will be safe and within reach on Gemfury. Install them to any machine in minutes without worrying about running and securing your own private repository.<br>
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aptly's Followers
18 developers follow aptly to keep up with related blogs and decisions.