JFrog Mission Control – Industry-First Technology for Global Management of Software Artifact Repositories

With a Single, Actionable View of Their Core Binary Asset Repositories, DevOps Leaders
Can Save Time and Accelerate Software Delivery

SAN FRANCISCO – JavaOne Conference – Oct. 29, 2015 – JFrog today announced JFrog Mission Control, a new product designed to accelerate software delivery by giving DevOps and software development leaders unprecedented visibility, monitoring and management over all their binary artifact repositories. The new product was shown for the first time on the annual Frogs and Friends cruise, a JFrog tradition for DevOps community leaders.

JFrog’s customers include most of the Fortune 500, including seven of the 10 largest financial services companies, seven of the 10 biggest telecommunications firms and eight of the top 10 Internet software companies. In its work with these enterprises, JFrog has discovered that a common set of issues tends to bog down software development and DevOps teams as they scale up to thousands of developers and engineers in multiple teams leveraging multiple datacenters around the world.

These issues include maintaining a clear, real-time inventory of binary artifact repositories; managing binary artifact workflows among multiple global teams; locking down security, user entitlement, permissions and provisioning policies; and ensuring highly reliable storage of and access to artifacts.

For the first time, enterprises have  the ability to monitor and manage globally distributed binary artifact repositories  in a single application – JFrog Mission Control.

With the thousands of binaries that often go into a software release, and the explosion in binary artifact types, monitoring and managing each binary repository separately has become a huge challenge. JFrog Mission Control offers a unique solution that saves time and effort with a unified dashboard-view and centralized control of binary artifact repositories.

“Sales leaders, marketing VPs, heads of HR, and other CXOs all have had single, integrated views of their core systems for years, but not DevOps and software development leaders,” said JFrog CEO Shlomi Ben Haim. “JFrog’s vision is to  fill a critical need by providing an executive dashboard providing transparency into their global software development organizations based on the reality of builds, releases, distribution and consumption of software packages.  JFrog Mission Control is the first step toward that vision.”

JFrog Mission Control is the company’s third product, reflecting JFrog’s commitment to set the standard for managing binaries from development into production and enabling faster software delivery cycles.

JFrog Mission Control is a downloadable product, offered free of charge for JFrog Artifactory users.

JFrog Artifactory 4 is the industry’s first Universal Artifact Repository, which dramatically speeds up the development process by enabling enterprises to manage all binary artifacts equally well, regardless of the programming language or technology used to create them. It combines high availability, a secure Docker registry, npm repository and support for Maven, Gradle, Nuget, Yum, PyPI and other technologies.

JFrog’s Bintray gives developers and organizations full control over how they store, publish, download, promote and distribute software with advanced features that fully automate the software distribution process.

With JFrog Mission Control, JFrog advances its mission to provide software development and DevOps leaders real-time visibility into the state of their software projects so they can deliver new software faster.

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About JFrog:

JFrog provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution in open-source, on premise and SaaS cloud solutions. JFrog’s platform is a revolutionary solution that has changed the way companies and individuals develop, release and distribute software. JFrog’s Artifactory Binary Repository Manager and Bintray, the Distribution as a Service platform, are used by millions of developers around the world. The company is privately held and operated from California, France and Israel. More information can be found at www.jfrog.com.

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