There are two major maven rpm plugins.
- rpm-maven-plugin The Codehaus mojo plugin is good and holds good quality as almost all mojo plugins, but has one big disadvantage. It requires rpmbuild linux tool, which means it will not run without pain on Windows. You could of cource switch to a better os, but that is often easier said than done in bigger organizations.
- Redline RPM The second tool is build on Redline, which is a pure java library, which means it will run on windows. The backdraw with this one, is that it exists no maven plugin for it, only ant is supported out of the box.