accessing artifacts available at Ondemand Bamboo instance's maven repository

I am having some doubts/queries about setting up Ondemand Bamboo instance. I am having cloud based Git repository. I want to checkout source code, build my project with Maven 3.x and access generated maven artifacts repository.

Q:do Ondemand Bamboo instance provide maven repository access ?

Cloubees is providing this facility: it provides a maven central proxy that's nexus based and a private repository. So, in case of Cloudbees, developer has to point to repository hosted at CloudBees location https://repository-myproject.forge.cloudbees.com/release

Q: Is the similar facility available with Ondemand Bamboo setup?

-If Yes, to access maven repository, do I need to keep my Bamboo's Image-instance always in 'START' mode?

-If No, how can I transfer artifacts to locally hosted Nexus server? Is it possible to FTP/ upload from Bamboo instance to different server?

Any help/hint will be appreciated. Thanks

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OnDemand does not offer hosting of Maven repositories.

You can upload artifacts to Nexus from your agents, just like you would with a regular build.

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