The Elastic Path Commerce releases are provided as source code and artifacts that, combined, allow you to build the Elastic Path Commerce platform. The source code is provided in Git repositories hosted at
code.elasticpath.com while Maven artifacts are available in Maven repositories hosted at
repository.elasticpath.com. The availability of the source code and artifacts depends on your license agreement.
Rehost Source Code
Once your Elastic Path Commerce project begins then your project team will host and develop against your own copy of the Git repositories. For more information, see Hosting the Elastic Path Commerce Source Code.
Maven Repository Manager
Once your Elastic Path Commerce project begins then your team will set up a Maven repository manager to proxy
repository.elasticpath.com and other Maven repositories. For more information, see Setup Artifact Repository Manager.
repository.elasticpath.com requires an active license agreement. To request access, either email the Elastic Path support team at email@example.com or open a support ticket.
Once one team member has access to these reources then then they can manage access for other team members without contacting Elastic Path.
Source Code Repositories
Below are descriptions of the source code repositories.
The Elastic Path Commerce repository is the primary source code repository that your implementation team will modify to extend the capabilities of Elastic Path Commerce. It contains the source code for the Elastic Path Commerce application components, tools and services. For a description of the source code structure see Source Code Structure.
The Elastic Path Commerce Docker repository contains tools for packaging Elastic Path Commerce in Open Container Initiative (OCI) Docker-style containers, and examples of running those containers using Docker Compose.
The CloudOps for Kubernetes repository contains infrastrucuture-as-code for an optional Elastic Path Commerce deployment solution. For information about Elastic Path Commerce deployment options, include CloudOps for Kubernetes, see Elastic Path Commerce Deployment Solutions.