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April 2020

Free Go Module Vulnerability Scanning in Visual Studio Code

If you’re a Golang developer using Visual Studio Code, keeping at-risk Go Modules out of your apps just got easier, and for free. Today we’re announcing a new version of the JFrog extension for VS Code, available for free download. This integration brings live vulnerability information about every public Go Module you’re using directly into your source editor from the rich metadata of JFrog GoCenter.

Universal Artifact Management and Security Scanning - DevSecOps with JFrog Cloud ProX

Are you ready to deliver higher quality releases more quickly, efficiently and securely? In this webinar you will learn how to accelerate your delivery, with confidence. We will demo how JFrog Cloud ProX combines all the benefits of Artifactory Universal Repository Manager, with JFrog Xray - for integrated security vulnerability scanning & license compliance.

JFrog Leaps for Growth: Appoints Independent Board Members From Jive, Netflix and Five9

The world of software drives digital innovation, and software delivery is increasingly being driven by JFrog. We’re honored and humbled to continue to grow alongside our customers. To enable our next leap ahead, we’re proud to announce that we’ve appointed key industry leaders as independent members of our Board of Directors that will assist us to further grow in the DevOps market.

Pairing Atlassian and Artifactory for 360-Degree DevOps

In agile development, planning, coding, and builds are an ongoing loop. But when a circle is broken, you can’t travel it at full speed. For users of Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Jira, JFrog’s integrations can help Artifactory bridge the gaps for continuous velocity. In a previous blog post, we discussed how to provide Jira information as a critical “why” in your build information.

How to use JFrog CLI to Create, Update, Distribute & Delete Release Bundles

This blog post will provide you with information on how to use JFrog CLI with JFrog Distribution workflows. JFrog Distribution manages your software releases in a centralized platform. It enables you to securely distribute release bundles to multiple remote locations and update them as new release versions are produced. For those of you who are not yet familiar with the JFrog CLI, it is an easy to use client that simplifies working with JFrog solutions using a simple interface.

Get Go Module Help with Our Community Support Days

One of the exciting things about being a Golang developer today is the strong community that supports the evolution of the language that was developed at Google. The founders of Golang were open to getting engineers involved early-on and the community-centric approach has now become an asset to Go itself.

Enable Global DevSecOps with Cloud Enterprise and Xray on AWS

When software can travel around the globe at the speed of the cloud’s gusts, enterprises need to be extra certain the updates they release are safe for customers to use. If an app built in Palo Alto uses a vulnerable package from Belgrade, losses can ripple from Sheboygan to Shanghai. At JFrog, we believe enabling global DevSecOps in the cloud should be an easy process.

Cloud Pro X On AWS

Learn how to set up JFrog Pro X (Artifact Repository and Vulnerability Scanning) on AWS JFrog Cloud Pro X combines JFrog Artifactory & JFrog Xray - Universal binary repository manager & security vulnerability scanning solution empowers DevOps teams to deliver trusted, reliable, higher quality software faster and protects against open source license violations.

Got a Few Minutes? Install Artifactory Enterprise on Azure

Some things, like high-end coffee or enterprise technology, are worth working and waiting for. But if you can get quality without the effort or delay, wouldn’t you? Installing or updating a self-managed (BYOL), High Availability edition of JFrog Artifactory hosted in an Azure VM can be a complex, and time-consuming process.

Block Security Vulnerabilities from Entering Your Code

As continuous software deployments grow and become the accepted standard, security measures gain even more importance. From development and all the way through to production, security requirements should be adopted by all teams in an organization. JFrog IDE integrations provide security and compliance intelligence to the developer right from within their IDE.

DevOps Patterns and Antipatterns for Continuous Software Updates at Cloud Native Virtual Summit

So, you want to update the software for your user, be it the nodes in your K8s cluster, a browser on user’s desktop, an app in user’s smartphone or even a user’s car. What can possibly go wrong? In this talk, we’ll analyze real-world software update fails and how multiple DevOps patterns, that fit a variety of scenarios, could have saved the developers. Manually making sure that everything works before sending an update and expecting the user to do acceptance tests before they update is most definitely not on the list of such patterns.

Go Big With Pseudo-Versions and GoCenter

Go modules have helped bring order to Go development, but there’s been some disorder lurking. Managing module pseudo-versions can be difficult, especially with some of the latest changes to Go. JFrog GoCenter, the free repository of versioned Go modules, now includes some important updates that can help you stay on course. Let’s take a look at how pseudo-versions work, and what you can expect from those changes.