Share packages publicly
Azure DevOps Services
Azure Artifacts provides an easy way to share packages to users outside your organization and even external customers using public feeds. Packages that are stored in public feeds can be restored and installed by anyone on the Internet.
- An Azure DevOps organization. Create an organization, if you don't have one already.
- A public project. Create a public project if you don't have one already.
Create a public feed
Public feeds are project-scoped feeds in a public project. Public feeds inherit the visibility settings of the hosting project.
Sign in to your Azure DevOps organization, and then navigate to your public project.
Select Artifacts, and then select Create Feed.
Give your feed a Name, select Project: PublicProject (Recommended) for its scope, and then select Create when you're done.
If you want to publish NuGet packages, make sure you have the latest Azure Artifacts Credential Provider.
Publish packages (CLI)
Publish packages with Azure Pipelines
If your organization is using a firewall or a proxy server, make sure you allow Azure Artifacts Domain URLs and IP addresses.
To share your packages publicly, you can simply share your feed URL E.g.
https://dev.azure.com/<ORGANIZATION_NAME>/<PROJECT-NAME>/_artifacts/feed/<FEED_NAME> or share individual packages with package badges.
As long as your project is kept public, anyone can view and download packages from your public feed. Anonymous users won't be able to create new feeds or access the recycle bin.