wOwSCON 2013

I’ve been a part of the swamp for over a year now and managed to learn that being a part of the community means much more than sitting in frontRead More >

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Wrapping Up swampUP 2017

One of the most anticipated DevOps events this year was swampUP, JFrog’s annual user conference. Here, some of the top DevOps leaders gather to talk about their vision for theRead More >

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Content-Driven Component Analysis

JFrog Xray was first released one year ago. Our first post about it highlighted what makes Xray more than just another security scanning tool. Over the last year, we haveRead More >

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Track Your Resource Allocation Globally

The recent release of JFrog Mission Control v1.11 has opened up a new dimension in the management of your global artifact workflow. For the first time, Mission Control lets youRead More >

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Love Your Logs. It Pays Off

“My Artifactory won’t start”; “I see some lag”; “My artifacts are missing”; “I get issues when Jenkins tries to pull/deploy artifacts”; “I am getting 404 / 401/ 403/ 500 /409”Read More >

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AQL and JFrog CLI: A Match Made in Heaven

One of the big advantages of running builds using JFrog Artifactory is the exhaustive build information that is created by many sources and used within your organization. However, as yourRead More >

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Best Practices for Installing JFrog Xray

JFrog first released Xray in July 2016, and the response was phenomenal. Customers were very excited about the ability to hook up their Artifactory repositories and have Xray automatically doRead More >

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A Cloud Platform for Defragging Devops

Many software organizations see DevOps as the silver bullet that will streamline their delivery workflow to help them produce software faster than ever before. So they start looking into theRead More >

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The C/C++ Packaging Paradigm Quandary

Should a C/C++ package manager bundle both debug and release artifacts in the same package? Some developers think so because it’s easy to work with these packages by simply changingRead More >

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Unleash the DevOps!

DevOps tools have come a long way. From virtual machines in dev and QA environments to those in production, and now Docker. The more we are charmed by the idea ofRead More >

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The New Artifactory Docker Distribution

The recent release of Artifactory generation 5.x introduced many new features such as cloud-native storage and cluster license management for high availability, authentication, and authorization with access tokens, easy onboarding,Read More >

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SOS (Safe Open Source) with JFrog Xray and Snyk

Open source software is great. If you check almost every related statistic, you’ll find that usage of Open Source software continues to grow, from robust frameworks (angular.js, React) to databasesRead More >

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Make Your Software Flow

Why Next Gen. DevOps Requires Strategic Thinking We live in an era where in order to survive, every type of company must transform itself into a technology company. Those whoRead More >

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Infrastructure as Code Binaries

The advent of cloud computing has made it very easy for IT and DevOps to quickly spin up any variety of environment needed. From small individual boxes that a developerRead More >

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The 5 Big DevOps Changes to Expect in 2017

Thoughts from the CEO desk 2017 started off with a DevOps bang; an enormous amount of capital was poured into DevOps technology companies by VCs, and larger-scale adoption of toolsRead More >

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Skill Up with DevOps Training at SwampUP

Team skills are directly proportional to project success Training and team talent are often overlooked as essential pieces of a project’s success.  Analysis from IDC research suggests that the skillsRead More >

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Predictive Graphs and Notifications

In my last post about JFrog Mission Control, I introduced the new Graphs feature which shows how your instances and repositories have been consuming storage. Knowing your history can helpRead More >

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Whale Parts in Your Docker Registry

There are many good reasons why you would set up a private Docker registry in Artifactory to manage your Docker images. One of them is the ability to promote images,Read More >

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Conan Joins JFrog

Conan.io, our favorite C/C++ package manager has just leaped into JFrog. This is one more great chapter in our story which began a few years ago, when JFrog products tookRead More >

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JFrog CLI Working Files From Both Ends

Since JFrog CLI was introduced about a year ago, its popularity has skyrocketed in the CI community. When we asked our users what they liked most about JFrog CLI, theRead More >

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JFrog, Proud Partners in DevOpsExpress

DevOps has become one of the hottest buzzwords to hit the software industry. Everybody is talking about DevOps, and everybody is supposedly doing DevOps, but there isn’t really a solidRead More >

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[White Paper] Developing Fast with CocoaPods

CocoaPods stepped into the realm of Xcode development to take dependency management from the domain of tiresome and tedious to make it simple and easy. Nevertheless, working with CocoaPods presentsRead More >

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IT IS TIME TO TRUST YOUR SOFTWARE!

JFrog Xray – not just another security vulnerabilities scanner. We have just officially launched JFrog Xray, and were already asked by customers why we think JFrog Xray should be usedRead More >

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Empowering VSTS/TFS with JFrog Artifactory

For those of you familiar with JFrog Artifactory and its integration with CI servers, you know that we have plugins for Jenkins, TeamCity and Bamboo that integrate and capture informationRead More >

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Migrating from Nexus to Artifactory

Co-authored by Travis Foster Migrating from Nexus to JFrog Artifactory is very simple by using nexus2art migrator. The migrator provides a user friendly wizard like interface for transferring everything inRead More >

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[White Paper] JFrog Mission Control

As enterprises ramp up their use of JFrog Artifactory, and install multiple servers at globally distributed data centers, monitoring and managing the global binary workflow becomes more and more challenging. JFrogRead More >

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Filestore Management In The Age of Petabytes

Artifactory 4.6 was released last week, and along with adding Google Cloud Storage to the already extended family of storage providers, introduces support for the most complex storage configuration needsRead More >

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How not to care about unpublishgate

So, you all heard about #npmgate a.k.a. #unpublishgate. Azer removed left-pad from the official npm registry and all hell broke loose. Most of npm builds in the world are failingRead More >

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JFrog CLI (mb)ing to New Heights

Remember Artifactory CLI? That was the tool we released several months ago to simplify your automation scripts while optimizing upload and download of files to and from Artifactory. Well, afterRead More >

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swampUP 2016: JFrog User Conference

The JFrog User Conference, affectionately known as “swampUP”, is a yearly event where developers and DevOps come together to talk, network, learn from industry visionaries, and…enjoy an endless flow ofRead More >

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Care for some CocoaPods?

The highlight of the latest release of Artifactory, version 4.5, is support for CocoaPods, and there are a bunch of additional updates which we thought you might like to hear about.Read More >

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JFrog Mission Control 1.0 Unleashed.

A couple of months ago we released the preview version of JFrog Mission Control. As a new product, we were eager to get it out there and start getting feedback.Read More >

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Goodies to Kick Off 2016

Holiday season is over. Gifts were exchanged, miles were traveled, resolutions were made, and much alcohol was consumed. Time to get back to work, renewed and energized for the newRead More >

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Push the Limits of Virtual Repositories

Our recent Developer and DevOps Trends 2015 survey showed that anyone using Docker also uses additional technologies. I’ll let you in on a little secret. That’s true in general, notRead More >

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JFrog Mission Control, we have lift-off!

It’s not every day we get to announce a brand new product, so we’re really excited with our first release of JFrog Mission Control. Why did we build Mission Control?Read More >

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Docker is Not Alone

JFrog Artifactory – The Only Universal Enterprise Repository Manager During DockerCon 2015 in SF, Solomon Hykes asked the audience: “Who is using Docker and nothing else”? No one in the audienceRead More >

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Even more Vagrant love in Bintray

  You, of course, know, that for nearly the last two years, you have been downloading your Vagrant software from JFrog Bintray. But recently, Bintray has taken Vagrant support toRead More >

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“Database is wrong for you” and all that FUD

Update November 2015: Sonatype introduces an abstract blob storage in Nexus 3, almost completely mimicking Artifactory’s checksum-based storage that they are criticized for years. Talking about leaders and followers. Checksum-basedRead More >

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Wanna Download? Get Your Signed URLs Here

The new features that  a Bintray Premium account exposes are exactly what you need for commercial software distribution. Private repositories, fine-grained permission management, storage-as-you-go and much more.  Private repositories areRead More >

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Less is More!

Less is More! A blog I wanted to read prior to Series B I decided to write this blog and share JFrog’s story with you, so if you’re doing orRead More >

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Using OneGet with Artifactory

Artifactory, OneGet, NuGet, Chocolatey, and Powershell Setup and Installations Recently there has been an enthusiastic buzz around OneGet, Microsoft’s new download manager for Powershell. With OneGet, Windows now has aRead More >

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Private npm Registry With Artifactory

The main reason for Node‘s explosive popularity is its thriving ecosystem. Likewise, it’s well understood that the main reason for that ecosystem’s growth is npm, Node’s package manager. npmjs.org usage has skyrocketedRead More >

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Taking Control of App Releases

Featuring report “Release Management for Enterprises“, by RebelLabs Today’s software users have rapidly evolving needs, are mobile, and expect 24/7 connectivity and reliability. So dev teams need to churn outRead More >

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Does Ruby Need a Mature Binary Repository?

At some point in time, a Ruby developer realized the need to serve gems within a private network. The main reasons why: You can’t rely onRubyGems.org You need a place to host theRead More >

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wOwSCON 2013

I’ve been a part of the swamp for over a year now and managed to learn that being a part of the community means much more than sitting in frontRead More >

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3.0.x at Full Speed

You probably already noticed, but just in case – Artifactory 3.0 awesomeness is now delivered to you more frequently than ever. For example, we just released 3.0.2. This minor releaseRead More >

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JavaOne – Next year in Vegas?

OK, my adrenaline is back to normal, and it’s time for a wrap-up about JavaOne. As the Main Event in which we participate every year, this year’s JavaOne was bigRead More >

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Replication! What and How.

Update Jul. 24th 2012: As of version 2.6.2  Artifactory also supports event-driven replication. Benefit from all the worlds: pull/push/event-driven!Working in distributed teams isn’t easy. There are time zone differences, language and culturalRead More >

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Go beyond Java with CI server and Artifactory

During the last couple of years, continuous integration (CI) and automated release management methodologies have become much stronger in non-Java builds.Number of familiar tools are used for these methodologies, likeRead More >

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Artifactory – Community Talks

We’d rather have our customers and users be the gauge of how well Artifactory met their Continuous Integration needs, rather than have you listen to our opinion.These are busy daysRead More >

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The Frog Who Turned into a Prince

JFrog’s Artifactory Wins JavaOne 2011 Duke’s Choice Award 3 years from the day it was founded, JFrog was recognized by Oracle and the Java community  for Innovation Java Tools forRead More >

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The Future of CI at JAX Conf

The Future of CI at JAX Conf – San Jose June, 2011 by Fred SimonThese are exciting days for Continuous Integration users and for us – JFrog Artifactory team.Following the successful CIRead More >

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Thinking in Gradle!

Since my first encounter with Gradle and Hans Dockter (TSSJS 2009 in Las Vegas), I slowly (but surely) started to use this new build tool in many environment and projects.Today, I’m hookedRead More >

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Artifactory Vs. Nexus The Integration Matrix

Are you stuck with your vendor stack ?! The up-to-date community-driven feature comparison between Artifactory and Nexus can be found here. The evolution of Continuous Integration, build tools and buildRead More >

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To Build or Not to Be – Seminar Videos

JFrog’s Continuous Integration and Build Seminar “To Build or Not to Be“, took place on July 1st, 2010 and was a big success.The sessions of Kohsuke Kawaguchi creator of Hudson and CEO of InfraDNA,Read More >

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The case study of JBoss Repository Manager

Most of the issues encountered by JBoss developers with their new build infrastructure are discussed openly here. This is an important source of information about the problems encountered with a Hudson,Read More >

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Building an Enterprise Repository with Artifactory

*The content of this blog is a translation of a blog posted in Portuguese by Diego Pacheco.*I clearly recall experiencing DLL hell while working predominantly with Microsoft products. We suffered from dependency issues backRead More >

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The one that talks, the one that does!

The one that talks, the one that does! In a blog “Why Putting Repositories in your POMs is a Bad Idea“, Sonatype “asked” the open source community to manage theirRead More >

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Maven and JavaFX, the story of TwitterFX POM

JavaOne demo Our JavaOne 2009 technical presentation TS-4388 is a demo integrating Maven, JavaFX, Artifactory and WebStart in one smooth process for the developer and site operation manager. So, we were lookingRead More >

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Re: Contrasting Artifactory and Nexus

I do not care too much about product comparisons coming from product vendors since they are usually biased and written with a single mindset of “how do I make myRead More >

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Avoiding Clear Text Passwords in Maven

On Secure LDAP Integration: Avoiding Clear Text Passwords in Maven Settings and Controlling Login FallbackFirst, Some BackgroundOne shortcoming of Maven is that it requires you to store your repository passwords inRead More >

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Artifactory 2.0 has been released!

We are pleased to announce the availability of Artifactory 2.0. Artifactory is an advanced Maven repository manager, offering powerful enterprise features, such as LDAP/Active Directory integration and fine-grained permission control, behindRead More >

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