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February 2020

Security in Go Modules and Vulnerabilities in GoCenter at GoSF Meetup in San Francisco

Deep Datta from the JFrog Community Team shares his learnings about Go 1.13 introducing important security features to Go Modules including a checksumdb. He explains how this works and provides information on other tools in GoCenter that keep modules secure include vulnerability scanning and Jfrog Xray.

Why a Unified DevOps Platform Matters

In today’s enterprises, DevOps isn’t one process, but many thinly connected tasks. A stack of DevOps tools that need to work together to operate as a single system, each one requiring its own integration and maintenance. The JFrog DevOps Platform unifies our industry-leading products because DevOps has a single goal: to speed releases from code to production. It takes several tools to build DevOps, but DevOps tools need to function as one.

DevSecOps Best Practices with JFrog Xray

JFrog builds security products that enable organizations to trust their pipeline from development to deployment and production. In this webinar, you will learn how to leverage JFrog Xray to achieve radical transparency of the binary components in your data center. Understand the impact of these components on production system quality, performance, and architectural changes. We will also cover security topics such as circle of trust, security between locations, security replication, access tokens, and auditing.

Joyful DevOps is Here: Introducing the JFrog DevOps Platform

Unity is strength. And at JFrog, we’re committed to providing the strongest DevOps tools available. With the promised release of the JFrog DevOps Platform, it’s my honor and delight to announce JFrog’s biggest leap yet toward fulfilling our universal vision of Liquid Software. We’re excited and proud to launch the world’s first universal, hybrid, end-to-end DevOps platform.

Part II: Artifactory as a Caching Mechanism for Package Managers

In our previous blog post we discussed the challenges with relying on external servers for downloading pre-build tools such as Curl, CLI, wget, Maven, Gradle, npm and others. We discussed how they can sometimes cause stability issues, also called “Environmental Issues”, that will break the build.