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As we start 2017, it has become more apparent than ever that all companies, tech or non-tech, are slowly transforming themselves into software enterprises. Software has become the most important aspect of all companies, because essentially, it is what makes the world of business go round.Read More
In the last several years, hordes of new enterprise-IT upstarts have popped up in Silicon Valley, with some drawing lofty valuations from investors. They’re driven by new, more-advanced technologies in areas such as databases, software development, networking and cloud computing. And many are taking aim at old-school, IT incumbents like Dell, EMC, Oracle and IBM.Read More
With the way technology operates nowadays, almost every advanced company needs to slowly become a software company. Regardless of the field they operate in, using software is a necessity at this point, in order to give customers what they want. They also need to remain competitive, by trying to be faster than the competition.Read More
JFrog, the leading DevOps accelerator, has been ranked by Deloitte as one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Israel for the second year in a row. 'Deloitte Technology Fast 50' ranks companies based on their sustained revenue growth over four years, and with a registered revenue growth rate of 721%, JFrog is solidifying its status as a fast-growing, disruptive, and universal solution for all DevOps needs.Read More
Netanya, Israel – November 29, 2016 – JFrog, the leading DevOps accelerator, has been ranked by Deloitte as one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Israel for the second year in a row. ‘Deloitte Technology Fast 50’ ranks companies based on their sustained revenue growth over four years, and with a registered revenue growth rate of 721%, JFrog is solidifying its status as a fast-growing, disruptive, and universal solution for all DevOps needs.Read More
US DevOps accelerator JFrog has acquired Conan, an open source C/C++ package manager from Spain. Both parties have not disclosed any figures from the deal.Read More
JFrog, the leading DevOps accelerator, has announced the acquisition of Conan, the fast-growing open source C/C++ package manager. The acquisition, thanks in part to JFrog’s recent $50 million funding round, represents a strategic move by the company to expand the functionality of its platform of DevOps tools, and to support one of the most significant programming languages available. The incorporation of Conan’s team and intellectual property underlines the fact that JFrog’s universal Artifact Repository Manager, Artifactory, is the leading tool for all communities.Read More
JFrog announced support for PHP package management in a new release of JFrog Artifactory, the Universal Repository Manager, an all inclusive package solution and supports all binary artifacts including Maven, Docker, npm, PyPi, Nuget, YUM, Debian and many other packaging formats. With this new support, PHP developers can easily store their local PHP Composer packages in Artifactory, and also proxy other PHP repositories like Packagist.Read More
JFrog provides infrastructure for software build, management and delivery in open-source, on-premise and SaaS cloud solutions. Their technology helps enterprises accelerate software development cycles by changing the way developers and DevOps teams manage their binary artifacts. We sat down with Shlomi Ben Haim, CEO of JFrog, to find out more about the company, and to get more insight from them on the adoption of DevOps in the industry as a whole.Read More
JFrog announced its support for PHP package management in today’s release. JFrog Artifactory the Universal Repository Manager, is an all inclusive package solution and supports all binary artifacts including Maven, Docker, npm, PyPi, Nuget, YUM, Debian and many other packaging formats.Read More
JFrog announced today a strategic new addition to its executive team to accelerate its growth in the DevOps market. Kit Merker has joined the JFrog team as vice president of Business Development, bringing a deep background in enterprise software and in-depth knowledge of container and cloud-native services, to further develop JFrog’s ability to improve the developer’s life.Read More
JFrog announced the immediate availability of JFrog Xray, its product for accelerating software delivery by giving organizations unprecedented insight into their software packages and containers.
As a universal artifact analysis product, JFrog Xray works with all software package formats and a multitude of databases as it deeply and recursively scans every type of binary component ever used in a software project and points out changes or issues impacting the production environment.
JFrog has announced the general availability of its universal artifact analysis product, JFrog Xray, which works with all software package formats and a multitude of databases. The solution deeply and recursively scans every type of binary component ever used in a software project and points out changes or issues impacting the production environment.Read More
JFrog, the worldwide leader in infrastructure for software management and distribution, today announced the immediate availability of JFrog Xray, its pioneering product for accelerating software delivery by giving organizations unprecedented insight into their software packages and containers.Read More
Gone are the days of the quarterly product release cycle. To meet the evolving expectations of today’s end user, software must continuously adapt. As a result, hyper-automation of the software development process has become the thing on which companies, regardless of industry, compete. From fledgling startups to enterprise heavyweights, business leaders are realizing that they need to figure out how to embrace ideas like DevOps to keep up.Read More
JFrog today announced it will showcase JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray, its repository and distribution platform, at booth G11 at DockerCon 16, taking place June 20-21 in Seattle. A Gold Sponsor of the conference, JFrog will also present a session on Docker container lifecycles. Additionally, the company will lead a webinar on JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray on July 7, followed by a second webinar covering JFrog Xray on July 14.Read More
JFrog today announced it has been named to the 2016 SD Times 100 “Best in Show” in software development in the ALM & Development Tools category for the second year in a row. This category recognizes winners for providing developer teams with the best tools and platforms needed for their application lifecycle management (ALM) plans.Read More
JFrog Artifactory will become a standard universal artifact repository and container registry in Mesosphere’s DC/OS, an open and comprehensive platform for building, running and scaling modern enterprise applications.Read More
JFrog released a solution with Atlassian that provides a streamlined DevOps lifecycle solution spanning from source configuration management to continuous integration to binary management and distribution.Read More
JFrog announced the immediate availability of JFrog Artifactory, a universal artifact repository for managing software packages, running as a SaaS application on Google Cloud Platform, the newest addition to the list of major cloud providers that JFrog Artifactory supports.Read More
JFrog yesterday introduced Xray, a new impact analysis tool aimed at giving developers and operators a better view into what their applications will do when deployed. Xray analyzes dependencies, integrates with vulnerability and compliance tools, and uses the metadata in Artifactory to track what will change.Read More
One of the main advantages that containers possess over traditional virtualization software is that they’re simpler in design and provide more operational flexibility as a result. But the same can’t necessarily be said for the workload running inside a Docker instance, which is usually some mix of application components, automation processes and various other scaffolding. JFrog Inc. wants to help developers cut through this complexity with a new analysis tool that is capable of quickly distinguishing the individual piece-parts to produce detailed a bill of materials.Read More
JFrog has announced a security product that walks the edge between DevOps and SecurityOps, adding a complementary feature set to its growing suite of resources for developers. JFrog Xray gives teams a view into the big picture of their software component security, including container images, software packages and binary artifactsRead More
At the dawn of the containerization era, the methodology discussion at the high end of the scale was about how containers changed developers’ perception of the nature of workloads. Then came some cautionary notes from HashiCorp founder Mitchell Hashimoto and others, warning that the conceivable means to contain workloads were all varying means toward a common end — and to that extent, we should stop treating the container as the architecture, and look toward implementation-agnostic workloads.Read More
JFrog today introduced its fourth and newest product, JFrog Xray, which gives organizations unprecedented visibility into the contents of software components. The announcement – made at swampUP, JFrog’s annual user conference – represents a major advancement in improving development and DevOps and InfoSec teams’ effectiveness, and accelerating the continuous delivery (CD) pipeline.Read More
JFrog today announced the immediate availability of JFrog Artifactory, a universal artifact repository for managing software packages, running as a SaaS application on Google Cloud Platform, the newest addition to the list of major cloud providers that JFrog Artifactory supports.Read More
JFrog today released a solution with Atlassian that provides a streamlined DevOps lifecycle solution spanning from source configuration management to continuous integration to binary management and distribution. The integration between Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud and the JFrog platform addresses a gap in the current DevOps cloud market by answering the question: “Are we ready to release?”Read More
Mesosphere, creators of the world’s first datacenter operating system, and JFrog announced today that JFrog Artifactory will become a standard universal artifact repository and container registry in Mesosphere’s DC/OS, the first open and comprehensive platform for building, running and scaling modern enterprise applications.Read More
JFrog and Sumo Logic today announced during the opening keynote of the JFrog swampUP user conference a partnership to deliver industry-first technology that gives developers and DevOps teams unprecedented insights into their software development operations as they build, run and secure their modern applications.Read More
JFrog Named A “Best Place to Work” in Silicon Valley.
San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal Recognize JFrog as a Best Place to Work Company
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – April 22, 2016 – JFrog today announced it was named as one of the “Best Places to Work” in the Bay Area in 2016 by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Salesforce, New Relic, Palo Alto Networks, WorkDay, Cloudera and other leading companies in the bay area were also selected to the list .Read More
To gather insights for DZone's Cloud Research Guide, scheduled for release in April, 2016, we spoke to 28 executives, from 23 companies, who develop and deploy applications in the cloud for their own company or for their clients.Read More
To gather insights for DZone's Cloud Research Guide, scheduled for release in April, 2016, we spoke to 28 executives, from 23 companies, who develop and deploy applications in the cloud for their own company or for their clients.Read More
Software development and deployment might not be separate functions for much longer.
Datadog, a systems monitoring company that will compete with New Relic, stated in January 2016 that it has raised more than $94 million. JFrog, which wants to automate the continuous delivery pipeline, recently raised $50 million.
Binary artifact experts JFrog announced that they have closed a $50 million Series C round, making what they are calling one of the biggest funding achievements in the DevOps space. Leading the round were new investors Scale Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Battery Ventures, Vintage Investment Partners, and Qumra Capital, who joined in with a number of their previous investors.Read More
JFrog, a developer of open source software distribution tools, announced a $50 million round today. The investment represents a substantial jump for the company, which previously had raised $10.5 million across two rounds.Read More
Santa Clara, CA-based JFrog, which offers a platform for DevOps to automate end-to-end software delivery, has just secured $50m in funding. CEO Shlomi Ben Haim helped us better understand the service and its applications. He also answered our questions about the company, the funding and future plans.Read More
As all companies in every industry deliver more of their value through software, they are sharing the pain of moving to a modular software architecture in order to deliver software faster. Automating the continuous delivery pipeline is the only proven way to achieve rapid software delivery cycles.Read More
There is more to software than just code. Modern application projects also incorporate a wide variety of other components ranging from documentation to data models that must be handled with the same priority. JFrog Ltd. raised $50 million in funding this morning to help organizations address this requirement with its artifact management service, which has quietly carved out an impressive niche for itself over the last few years.Read More
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Jan. 20, 2016 – As all companies in every industry deliver more of their value through software, they are sharing the pain of moving to a modular software architecture in order to deliver software faster. Automating the continuous delivery pipeline is the only proven way to achieve rapid software delivery cycles. The world’s most innovative organizations are building their continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines on the JFrog platform, the only way to automate end-to-end software delivery from developers all the way to consumers and devices.Read More
Things are improving for developers and DevOps according to findings form a survey from JFrog. Based on data collected from more than 1,000 respondents during Q3 2015, the Developer and DevOps Trends 2015 SurveyRead More
Get insights from JFrog's Developer and DevOps Trends 2015 survey and learn about how developers use multiple technologies, what affects their productivity, what holds their releases back and more.Read More
VMware’s vRealize Code Stream provides a way to model and automate the software release process. It also embeds a repository management solution, JFrog Artifactory Pro, that can be used to store code or binary objects like VM templates.Read More
To gather insights for DZone's Continuous Delivery Research Guide, scheduled for release on January 26, 2016, we spoke to 24 executives who are implementing continuous delivery in their own company or helping clients do so.Read More
JFrog wants to make it easier for users of its Artifactory binary repository manager to monitor and manage the thousands of binaries that often comprise a software release and what the company sees as an "explosion in binary artifact types." Toward that end, the company last week launched a new product: JFrog Mission Control.Read More
Organizations managing large collections of software can lose track of the multiple software repositories their development teams may be spinning up to manage all their work. To help its largest enterprise users get a grip of this proliferation, JFrog has released a new tool, called Mission Control, that can apply some control and standardization across multiple deployments of JFrog’s Artifactory repository instances, both online and offline.Read More
DevOps (as the coming together of both the 'developer' and IT 'operations' functions) has been unfortunately propelled upwards by the force of the technology trigger and driven onwards towards the peak of inflated expectations (to coin a phrase from Gartner).Read More
The third product from JFrog is now available. The free JFrog Mission Control application was designed to complement the existing JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray by providing DevOps teams with greater visibility, monitoring and management capabilities over their binary artifact repositories.Read More
JFrog launched Thursday a new product aimed to boost software delivery by giving DevOps and software development users enhanced visibility, monitoring and management over all their binary artifact repositories.Read More
Hot on the heels of Docker toting Artifactory 4, open source Java folk JFrog have today announced a third product will be joining their core roster of Artifactory and Bintray: JFrog Mission Control, a new tool for giving DevOps and software development leads greater visibility, monitoring and management over all their binary artifact repositories.Read More
JFrog today announced details of JFrog Mission Control, a product that delivers centralized management and monitoring of JFrog artifactory instances worldwide.Read More
JFrog has announced its third product release, JFrog Mission Control, which joins Artifactory and Bintray to offer a more complete distribution for development artifacts for even the largest customers with distribution requirements that span multiple datacenters across separate regions.Read More
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.Read More
“By and large people have a handle on team-level agile,” said Lee Cunningham, director of enterprise agile at VersionOne. “The next frontier is really how do we take what works really well at the team level in terms of quality, in terms of throughput, in terms of the morale of the people; how do we get that in and have that permeate our entire enterprise?”Read More
Pivotal, Microsoft, VMware, CA and Others Collaborate With JFrog in Setting the Standard for Managing Software Packages From Development Into Production, Enabling Faster Software Delivery CyclesRead More
Silicon Valley Business Journal Recognizes JFrog as the Fastest Growing Infrastructure for Software Management and Distribution CompanyRead More
Docker has emerged as a container solution that many enterprises are adopting to save development time. JFrog recently announced Docker support for its Artifactory and Bintray platforms, offering an end-to-end solution for Docker users. To find out more about what JFrog solutions provide for enterprises, I spoke with Adam Frankl, JFrog's vice president of marketing.Read More
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Last month, JFrog announced the availability of Artifactory 4, a unified binary repository for Maven, NPM, Docker, Vagrant and many other packaging formats within a single service, now rebranded as a Universal Artifact Repository. Providing for security, scalability and reliability it is positioned to support the lifecycle from Dev to Ops.Read More
While interviewing 11 executives involved in the Java ecosystem, we asked who they saw as the most important players. To no one’s surprise, Oracle was the most frequently mentioned. However, some of the other companies may surprise you.Read More
Today, JFrog announces the release of JFrog Artifactory 4, the technology platform that facilitates the release of software packages from development to production. JFrog Artifactory 4 creates a Universal Artifact Repository that empowers developers to share and store copies of code in binary format across different infrastructures and development environments. JFrog Artifactory 4 delivers a repository for the storage of binary artifacts marked by support for distributed teams, cloud-based access, high availability, robust storage as well as enterprise-grade security.Read More
With today’s release of JFrog Artifactory 4.0, JFrog is targeting DevOps’ need to manage all software applications, regardless of the language or technology in which they were created. The developer’s universal artifact repository manager provides clustered and cloud high availability, support for multi-site teams, and supports both development and operations teams, said Adam Frankl, vice president of marketing, in an interview.Read More
Santa Clara based DevOps favourite JFrog has just set version 4 of Artifactory – a universal artifact repository tool – live. And with this release, the frogs are singing about high availability, a secure Docker registry, npm repository and support for Maven, Gradle, Nuget, Yum, PyPI and other technologies. It also comes packed with a slick new UI and UX.Read More
JFrog advanced Tuesday technology for managing software packages from development into production. JFrog Artifactory 4 represents disruptive innovation in its ability to help development and DevOps teams deliver increasingly complex solutions on ever-shorter deadlines across multiple platforms.Read More
JFrog has announced a powerful technology for managing software packages from development into production. JFrog Artifactory 4 represents disruptive innovation in its groundbreaking ability to help development and DevOps teams deliver increasingly complex solutions on ever-shorter deadlines across multiple platforms.Read More
JFrog’s Artifactory 4.0 puts the company squarely in the container ecosystem, competing against the Docker Trusted Registry and other services such as those from CoreOS and Google. The new verison of Artifactory keeps copies of containers between registries, meaning that a team can have a dedicated registry where their developers can push and compile new code, along with a QA reg with copies of the container that the development team is working on. This is designed for those who are pushing multiple changes a day, or addressing changes from aRead More
JFrog announced Artifactory 4.0, a development artifact repository that builds on a history of library support to now include operations artifacts and serve as a system of record for everything from the binary large objects (BLOBs) to Docker container application development support.
Artifacts can be described as "everything in development that isn't the source code." This could be a library that developers reference, or a company logo or other pictures. There are even artifacts used by the DevOps side to help deliver those applications. Docker containers are a good example ofRead More
JFrog today announced the release of Artifactory 4, its cloud-based binary repository manager, which the company is billing as the first "universal" artifact repository, and the biggest product announcement in the company's history. The new version of JFrog's flagship product is designed to manage all binary artifacts equally well, regardless of the programming language or technology used to create them, explained Adam Frankl, JFrog's vice president of marketing.Read More
JFrog Artifactory 4 – World’s Only Universal Artifact Repository; JFrog Artifactory 4 is the only Universal Artifact Repository combining High Availability, a secure Docker registry, npm repository and support for Maven, Gradle, Nuget, Yum, PyPI and other technologies — with a brand new, slick UI and UX; JFrog Artifactory 4 is the world’s only multi-platform solution enabling teams of DevOps and developers to manage and release software faster.Read More
Inc. Magazine recognizes JFrog as one of the top 100 fastest growing software companies in the U.S. in the 35th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. JFrog boasts a three-year sales growth of 690 percent compared to 158 percent aggregate growth rate for all Inc. 5000 software companies.Read More
JFrog today announced that its latest release of JFrog Artifactory now offers support for the new Docker Trusted Registry (DTR), making it the only proven secure clustered high availability Docker Hub Registry.Read More
The Internet of Things combines smart devices and sensors with analytics and the cloud. This paradigm shift presents new challenges involving software distribution, updates, and security.
The world is evolving into an "everything as a service" environment and the embedded industry is no different. Internet of Things (IoT) applications make heavy use of the cloud and this new paradigm is essentially what differentiates IoT from traditional networked embedded systems.Read More
Application life-cycle management needs sound methods coupled with up-to-date tools and platforms for requirements so that teams know what to do and when to do it by.
These companies helped developers stick to the plan and avoid falling behind in 2014.
CA Technologies has integrated its Release Automation solution with JFrog's Artifactory binary repository management system, the two companies announced. The move was motivated by CA customer demand for a repository offering high availability (HA), said David Cramer, vice president of CA's Application Delivery Product Management group.Read More
CA Technologies has announced integration of its CA Release Automation solution with JFrog’s Artifactory binary repository management system. As one of the most widely used binary repositories and the only repository that offers a high availability clustered solution, the integration with Artifactory helps customers easily adopt CA Release Automation to optimize their entire software development lifecycle.Read More
JFrog announced that its user conference will include key thought leaders in continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) solutions, including Kit Colbert, CTO of VMware, Guillaume Laforge, Groovy Project Manager, Carl Quinn, Cluster Automation Architect at Riot Games, Stephen Chin, Java Technology Evangelist at Oracle and many others. The gathering, dubbed “swampUP,” is scheduled for May 5, 2015, in Napa Valley, Calif. Unlike large impersonal meetings, swampUP is intentionally organized as a small exclusive event to ensure one-on-one interaction between the JFrog Developer and DevOps communities and these leading experts,Read More
New Identity and Access Management Project Extends Enterprise-Scale and Security to Cloud-Native Applications; New Lightweight Linux Operating System Optimized for Cloud-Native Applications; Pivotal's Lattice Offers Clustered Container Management for Cloud-Native Applications; Collaboration Includes Ecosystem Support From CoreOS, HashiCorp, Intel, JFrog and MesosphereRead More
Connectivity needs a more efficient way to track data, update software - For as long as there have been computers, companies have used networks to monitor, update and fix the software than runs on them. Witness desktop and laptop PCs where Microsoft Corp. And vendors of a hundred or so software programs invest heavily in software and services that allow them to constantly watch and fix problems on deployed code, mostly in the form of binary executables.Read More
JFrog has joined the ever-expanding Docker ecosystem with new support for the container technology in its Bintray distribution-as-a-service (DaaS) platform. Developers use the popular platform to publish, download, store, promote, and share open source software packages.Read More
Enterprise software development generates a lot of bundles of files, from deployable artifacts to binary blobs. Keeping all of those artifacts straight has long been the task at which JFrog’s Artifactory excels. Now, containers are making it into the mix in a big way.Read More
Artifactory Query Language (AQL) brings flexible, intuitive and high-performance search to the continuous integration pipeline
JFrog’s new Artifactory Query Language (AQL) feature leverages Artifactory’s inherent database structure to allow flexible, precise and lightning fast queries across the entire development environment. AQL is the industry’s first and only search tool to help developers, DevOps, and QA teams locate binaries based on any set of criteria, independent of repository type or packaging format.Read More
JFrog, maker of Artifactory, the popular Binary Repository Manager, announced today a very important step in the evolution of DevOps environment deployment with the integration of Artifactory into VMware, vRealize™ Code Stream™. The new integration will enable customers using vRealize Code Stream to more easily manage development environments that automate everything from builds through testing and artifact management to deployment, with minimal configuration.Read More
Bintray Premium is the new commercial version of JFrog's Bintray, an open source software distribution-as-a-service (DaaS) cloud platform that automates software distribution. Bintray Premium brings enterprise-grade DaaS features, including support for private repositories, unbound storage, permission management and expirable download URLs. Bintray Premium is SearchCloudApps.com's November product of the month.Read More
Posted on gigom.com. As DevOps pushes deeper into enterprises, they begin to understand the value of methodologies and approaches based upon Agile, but often do not go much further with the larger value features of DevOps, which include continuous and agile deployment. Many in enterprise IT fear this less-understood concept
as a path to lower productivity and application quality.
JFrog announces Artifactory’s support for secure, private Docker Registries. The company’s flagship product, Artifactory, fully supports the Docker client, allowing companies to securely store their internal Docker images in a local repository within the organization’s LAN. With comprehensive security features, Artifactory provides fine-grained access control, letting you define exactly who can access images in any local repository.Read More
Bintray is a cloud platform for developers to store, publish, download, promote, and share software. Thousands of developers and DevOps teams worldwide use Bintray to serve over 100,000 software packages, resulting in more than 150 million downloads per month. With Bintray, developers have access to features that streamline their software delivery pipeline. For example, with Bintray’s REST API, developers can fully automate the software release and distribution process. Once their software is out there, Bintray offers full visibility on download stats including when, from where and which version is downloadedRead More
Repository and binary management vendor JFrog continues to grow, thanks largely to its new US offices and continued growth of modern, agile, DevOps technologies and methodologies among more mainstream and larger enterprises. In July, JFrog announced $7m series B funding from VMware and previous investor Gemini Israel Ventures. JFrog says the funding has helped it to grow its technology and business to more broadly support continuous integration. With its initial seed funding and series A, the company has raised a total of $12m to date. JFrog has 60 employees.
JFrog, whichRead More
Turning aside larger investment opportunities from venture capitalists, open-source software build and distribution company JFrog today announced a $7 million Series B investment round led by VMware. The package includes a follow-on investment from JFrog’s Series A leader, Gemini Ventures.
“Seven million dollars is what we needed,” said JFrog CEO Shlomi Ben Haim, noting that no changes to the board of directors or company C-suite are attached to the round.Read More
JFrog, a maker of tools to streamline the building and distribution of software, now has $7 million in a funding round that includes a contribution from VMware. This brings total backing to about $12 million.
The company, with offices in Santa Clara, Calif. and Israel, claims big customers including Apple, Netflix and Twitter. Its main products are Artifactory, for managing software code and projects, and Bintray, for distributing the end result.Read More
As infrastructure becomes more and more commoditized by cloud computing vendors like Amazon Web Services and DigitalOcean, those legacy vendors whose bread and butter relates to infrastructure provision are scrambling to find product offerings to fill the revenue gap left by dwindling sales. I’ve written at length about Cisco’s attempts to staunch the flow but another company in a similar situation is VMware.Read More
The way software is developed anThe way software is developed and distributed has changed dramatically because of the cloud—software updates are now pushed out automatically, mostly without our noticing—and that creates the need for new software distribution pipes.d distributed has changed dramatically because of the cloud—software updates are now pushed out automatically, mostly without our noticing—and that creates the need for new software distribution pipes.Read More
As one of the contributors to Black Duck’s eighth annual Future of Open Source Survey, the industry’s leading indicator of open source software (OSS) trends, JFrog was pleased to be able to help show the world the true impact of open source software. This was the first year that we decided to take part in the survey. We felt that it was a natural partnership, since our work revolves around regularly interacting with the OSS community to help create ...Read More
Recently, Israeli-based Artifactory providers JFrog announced full support for on-premise and cloud-based npm repositories within their popular third-party library and binaries manager. With this latest update, Artifactory has become the first private npm registry and proxy for the extremely popular node.js framework.Read More
A developer survey carried out by JFrog, the creators of open source repository manager Artifactory and software distribution platform Bintray, revealed that 65% of developers are concerned that their software (OSS) is unreliable. This was backed up by feedback from their existing customer base, who complained that the bulk of their releases were delayed by code and tooling issues and endless integration tests.Read More
For software developers, success is being able to maximize their chosen programming language to speed up build time. Almost as important is being able to speed up product distribution. In order to accomplish those goals, software developers need a better distribution system and access to other developers' code to build in compatibility and integration.Read More
JFrog, the company that's leading the way software is built and distributed, today announced the availability of Artifactory version 3.1, the industry's first and only Binary Repository with High-Availability (HA) capabilities. This latest version of JFrog's flagship product for software development prevents service disruptions, ensures smooth maintenance, and provides faster response times by enabling multiple Artifactory servers to run at once ...Read More
JFrog has announced an augmentation to its Artifactory binary repository management solution so that the product now supports RubyGems programming language packages. If you accept that programmers have a hard time trying to properly store, manage, and share gems using source control systems, then there could be good reason for this development to arrive if users have been previously relying on RubyGems.org for all their needs.Read More
Binaries, those pieces of an application that go with all that sexy code, are increasingly becoming important as documentation for how software and services are built. It’s this documentation that is often overlooked with open-source software, according to a survey of 150 developers at Fortune 500 companies by JFrog, an Israeli company that manages binaries for developers.Read More
JFrog is a commercial backer of the open source Artifactory repository management software. The company, with offices in Israel and Milpitas, California, reports an increase in enterprise customers melding new, more agile application development and release practices (aka devops) with legacy systems and processes. The company's repository management software and new Bintray for distributing binaries are significant components in a growing number of continuous-integration (CI) efforts by large enterprises. JFrog, which claims to be profitable, raised series A funding of $3.5m in 2012. The company has a little more than 40 employees.Read More