We happily use containers as a way of scaling out microservices so we use Nexus Repository for the management of containers, as a kind of repository. That's about 50 percent of what we use it for. The other side is that it is used for application and development artifacts. We use it to track artifacts in a repository so we can deploy software code. It's not a code library because we GitLab as well. It's more for the compartmentalized aspect that fits in and we can redeploy those on-demand.
The way we deploy it is private cloud, ultimately. We have an internal cloud infrastructure that we operate and the Nexus platform sits inside it. We are looking at ideas around integrating this into AWS right now, because we are doing a huge kind of transformation project to move a lot of our on-prem services into public cloud. We're looking at that whole "bridge" between the cloud and on-prem and how we deal with that. That's something of a stepping-stone before we can take everything back into the cloud. I think Nexus Repository will eventually end up there.