CloudOps for AWS is a legacy tool and is no longer supported by Elastic Path Software. CloudOps for AWS release 3.5.x reached end-of-support in February 2023. For information about current Elastic Path Commerce deployment options, see Deploying Elastic Path Commerce documentation.
Nexus Instance Configuration
CloudTeam creates a Sonatype Nexus Repository instance that contains a mirror of the Elastic Path public Maven repository. Nexus runs on a standalone EC2 instance that is created during the initialization of the CloudTeam component. The Nexus application runs through a container that is provided by Sonatype. The repository data directory is persisted to the local drive of the EC2 instance. The repository config for Nexus is stored on the EC2 instance at
The default Nexus config file,
nexus.xml, is replaced by the one distributed in CloudTeam. This replacement file configures Nexus into a self sufficient Maven repository to build Elastic Path Commerce from source. Two modifications are made to this file during the deployment of Nexus:
- The user name and password required to access the Elastic Path public repository are replaced with the values set when the CloudTeam is initialized
nexus.xmlfile is configured as a mirror
For information on how to access the Nexus server created by CloudOps, see Default CloudOps Endpoints and Credentials.