A package feed is a location you use to host packages you want to deploy with Deployment Manager.
When you set up Deployment Manager, you need to choose the feed(s) you want to use to host your packages. You can:
You can use as many package feeds as you want with Deployment Manager.
Deployment Manager can host packages in its own embedded package feed. This is the default option. This feed is useful if you don't have an existing feed and you don't want to set one up.
You can enable the Deployment Manager package feed in the Deployment Manager administration tool:
The URL for the Deployment Manager package feed is <Deployment Manager server URL>/nuget/. For example:
NuGet feeds can be set up to require an API key (a password), to only allow users who know the key to push to the feed. By default, an API key is not required when you push packages to the Deployment Manager package feed.
To add an API key, see Adding an API key for the Deployment Manager package feed.
To remove the Deployment Manager package feed:
This does not permanently delete the package feed. You can use the feed again if you select the check box in the administration application and add the feed back to Deployment Manager.
To delete packages you've published to the Deployment Manager package feed:
If you want to host your own NuGet package feed, you can set up:
To use your own package feed with Deployment Manager, you need to add the feed to Deployment Manager using the web interface.
To add a package feed:
In the Deployment Manager web interface, click Settings.
You must be a Deployment Manager system administrator to edit Deployment Manager settings.