Beats build artifact lifetimes

Hi Folks,

I am using the arm beats nightlies from Jenkins / Google Cloud storage for some docker containers and when I rebuilt one the other day the resource had moved.

I am wondering if I need to copy the packages to a permanent location or whether the builds will hang around for a reasonable amount of time?

Also Google storage doesn't allow curl or wget (which breaks Docker image building), for example if you have a url like you need to update the host to, which is a real hassle..

Is there a reliable and programmatic way we can access these builds?

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