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JFrog Platform User Guide
How is this Guide Organized?
|Installing and Upgrading Artifactory||Learn how to install and upgrade Artifactory on all supported platforms, including detailed system requirements and pre-requisites.|
|Using Artifactory||Learn how to use Artifactory on a day-to-day basis including creating repositories, deploying, copying and moving artifacts and more.|
|Configuring Artifactory||Learn how to configure repositories, users, permissions and more.|
|Artifactory REST API||A detailed specification of Artifactory's extensive REST API letting you automate any process in your development ecosystem.|
|System Monitoring and Maintenance||Learn how to keep your system free of clutter and operating smoothly.|
|Artifactory High Availability||Learn how to configure and use Artifactory in a High Availability configuration providing the most stable and secure binary repository available to enterprise users today.|
|Bintray Integration||Learn how to integrate with JFrog Bintray to completely automate your software development pipeline all the way to distribution.|
|Artifactory Pro||Learn about all the add-ons that let Artifactory work seamlessly with packaging formats such as Docker, NuGet, Vagrant, RubyGems and more, as well as with all major CI servers and build tools|
|Release Notes||Learn about the changes that came with each release of Artifactory.|
Distributing Software Through Bintray
Bintray is JFrog's universal distribution platform.
Through tight integration, you can use Artifactory to push artifacts directly to your repositories in Bintray, search through your Bintray repositories and more to fully automate your software distribution process. For more details, please refer to Bintray Integration.
For more details on how to use Bintray, please refer to the