Using the latest version?
JFrog Platform User Guide


Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Overview

JFrog Bintray Sunset

As of July 4th, 2021, JFrog Bintray will no longer be supported and will be replaced with a set of advanced JFrog Cloud hosting solutions that are based on Artifactory's enhanced capabilities that include a set of dedicated features for managing, controlling and distributing your software packages. 

To streamline the productivity of the JFrog Platform we will be sunsetting Bintray (including JCenter), GoCenter, and ChartCenter services. Users of these services will need to migrate to the respective canonical repository, and we will continue to offer both free and paid JFrog Platform cloud subscriptions that can serve other binary distribution needs. Additionally, JFrog is partnering with hubs like Docker to help ensure that infrastructure our customers and community depend upon is well maintained. To learn more, click JFrog Bintray Migration Guide.

Bintray is JFrog's platform for storage and distribution of software libraries on the cloud. It is the new way for developers to publish, download and share software across one unified community around the world. The free, cloud-based platform empowers developers to control and streamline the entire process of making software libraries publicly available, with all the services needed to collaborate, advertise and deploy a new software solution.

Distributing Software Through Bintray

For details on how to use Bintray, please refer to the Bintray User Guide.

Naturally, Artifactory integrates with Bintray in more than one way:

  • No labels