Operations | Monitoring | ITSM | DevOps | Cloud

June 2020

AWS CodeArtifact vs. Artifactory: Which Should You Choose for Binary Management?

Since the inception of JFrog – with OSS Artifactory – we’ve been adamant that you simply cannot deliver software with any type of scale, speed, or reliability without a robust artifact management solution. Now, over a decade later, other vendors in the industry are finally starting to catch on. AWS recently announced its CodeArtifact service for binary management.

JFrog ChartCenter walkthrough with Rancher Labs

JFrog ChartCenter is a new central Helm chart repository that just launched! We will be working on adding great new features and content for the Helm community all summer. JFrog’s ChartCenter is the latest entry from the JFrog Community Team and was built to help the Helm community find immutable, secure, and reliable Helm charts and have a single source of truth to proxy all the charts from one location.

Official JFrog Ansible Collection for Artifactory & Xray

Ansible has become one of the most popular tools used by operations teams to automate their IT tasks. It allows them to quickly, and at the largest enterprise scale, manage the configuration of their IT systems. This includes software and infrastructure on-premise and in the cloud. Its open-source roots has allowed it to grow a large global community with an equally expansive ecosystem of integrations.

Launching JFrog ChartCenter: The Helm Chart Central Repository for the Community

The number of publicly available Helm charts is continuously growing and while this is great for the community, it can be challenging to navigate the vast sea of Helm charts and Helm chart repositories. Like a ship’s captain, you need more than just a list of where you can go, but the details to ensure those under your charge arrive certainly and safely. Not just what can be seen on the surface, but what lies underneath, and the hazards that await.

A Decade of DevOps Design Patterns for Future Proofing your DevOps Strategy

It’s been more than a decade since the term “DevOps” was coined. Since then, DevOps has evolved, with more tools, technologies and processes to enable unparalleled digital transformation. The next decade and beyond promise even more innovation as DevOps becomes even more ingrained in the software delivery life cycle. But what’s next? And how can organisations prepare?

Demystifying CI/CD - Beyond the hype into reality

Are you taking advantage of the best practices and tools available to ensure the security and reliability of your software development and deployment in the cloud? Join Kelsey Hightower (Google Cloud) and Melissa McKay (JFrog) to discover the strategies and toolsets you need to maintain a reliable development and delivery infrastructure. Learn how to effectively implement a real CI/CD solution, all the way from a Git commit to a container running in your cluster.

Make DevSecOps So: Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS Marketplace

JFrog is pleased to announce that our comprehensive Cloud Enterprise+ plan is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace through Private Offers. JFrog Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS is a universal, highly-available SaaS offering of the JFrog Platform for demanding DevSecOps at global scale.

Sharing and Reusing Infrastructure with Pulumi and Artifactory

Dan Hernandez (Pulumi) and Melissa McKay (JFrog) will show you how to define key resources such as VPCs, storage, Kubernetes clusters, Docker images, serverless functions, and policies using multiple languages. Then, see how easy it is to share these modules across your organization with Artifactory.

Advanced Packaging Options with JFrog CLI

In some cases, our application requires a unique layout when it is packaged. The package should include various binaries, and test files with metadata, arranged in specific directories. The various components of the package sometimes have their own versions and they can be created by different process. If all of those components are managed in Artifactory, JFrog CLI can be configured to pick the right components, and package them together, according to a defined layout. In this webinar we'll see how you can use JFrog CLI as a packaging tool for your binaries.

How to Pick a Winning Go Module

With a near-endless list of Go Modules, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which is best for your Go build. For new Go developers, it can be difficult to pick a winner for your specific use case. This phenomenon is nothing new. In fact, it’s one of the reasons why open-source is so important for developers. Oftentimes, when a module is published by a developer, it was likely developed to solve a specific problem that they are facing.