At my workplace, we are currently working on multiple projects, the majority of which are maven projects. Occasionally, I ponder what would occur if the Maven Central repository went offline permanently.
Now, it can be destroyed by a variety of circumstances, including natural disasters, fires, etc.
According to my knowledge, businesses in the United Kingdom have a certificate of Business Continuity Management, indicating that they have contingency plans for continuing operations in the event of a disaster.
I searched online but was unable to locate this information on the Maven website.
Do they possess this type of certification? Do they guarantee that their server will operate forever?