There is a project out there that claims to support
apt style repositories (as well as the
apt-get command) on RPM based distros. It is called apt-rpm and is used as the default package manager on a few distros, though not on RHEL/Fedora.
- It seems not to be really maintained since ~2008; it may have incremental patches or fixes since then, but nothing major.
- Yum repositories are not compatible with
apt-rpm, so even if you were to install it on your computer, you would need an apt-rpm repository to connect to in order to use it.
There is a fork of
apt-rpm that has been updated to be mostly compatible with
rpm version 5, which is used in all recent RPM distros. So if you insist on using it, a good starting point is to check out the Gitorious branch for apt-rpm for rpm5.
The command syntax of
yum is close enough to
apt-get that you should be able to learn one if you know the other within a day, or at most, a week. So unless there is some very strong business need for using
apt and you're willing to create your own apt-rpm repository (and deal with the cruftiness of software that's basically unmaintained), I would advise against proceeding down this train of thought.