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January 2021

[Webinar] - JFrog & AWS - Edge & Hybrid Software Distribution

Are you looking to migrate and modernize your infrastructure with AWS edge services? Do you need to distribute your software releases globally? JFrog and AWS have the answers to your hybrid infrastructure needs. JFrog will be hosting a webinar with Anuj Sharma, AWS Container Specialist Solution Architect, and Sven Ruppert, JFrog Developer Advocate.

A Two-Way Jira Speedway, the JFrog Artifactory App

The path between two clouds ought to be a speedy two-way street. That’s the DevOps pipeline principle behind the JFrog Artifactory App for Jira, which forges a traceable link between your issues in Jira Cloud and your builds in Artifactory on the JFrog DevOps Platform for cloud. Once the app for Jira has been installed you can: The JFrog Artifactory app, now available in Atlassian Marketplace, currently works with JFrog Platform cloud accounts and Atlassian cloud accounts.

Introduction to Artifactory on the JFrog Platform

Everything you need to know about JFrog Artifactory: The how, the what, the where, and when to use Artifactory as part of your application delivery. At the heart of the JFrog DevOps Platform, Artifactory provides universal management for all binary artifacts, container images and Helm charts used throughout your SDLC. Learn how to use Artifactory, tips and tricks for improving your developer productivity and best practices for using Artifactory as part of your CI/CD pipelines to accelerate your releases.

Our Groundbreaking Partnership with Docker Is a Boon for DevOps Teams

Today we’re announcing a big move that will yield substantial, concrete benefits for our customers and for the entire DevOps community: A groundbreaking partnership with Docker that exempts Cloud users of the JFrog Platform from Docker Hub’s image-pull rate limits. This agreement further boosts JFrog’s vibrant ecosystem of integration partners, built on the “too integrated to fail” principle that’s been a pillar of our company since its founding.

Distribute Software Releases Globally with JFrog on AWS

Release management is a topic that leaders in DevOps teams should be concerned with as organizations move toward implementing systems of automated continuous deployment. The practice will make your organization more efficient, but how do you implement it? Modernizing your infrastructure for the cloud is essential to distributing trusted releases globally. Many enterprises choose AWS as their platform, and seek to use AWS edge services to distribute their production applications to nearby end-points.

JFrog & RedHat - Pizza Delivery vs. DevOps Pipeline On OpenShift

In this webinar, Baruch Sadogursky of JFrog and Aubrey Muhlach of Red Hat will demonstrate the ease of supporting DevOps with a fully-fledged pipeline in a cloud. From source control, CI server, artifact repository, security vulnerability and license compliance scanner, Docker registry, Helm repository... all the way to runtime, with OpenShift, tracing and monitoring tools. We mean EVERYTHING! So, by using the K.I.S.S. principle (keep it simple) applied to a bunch of SaaS tools, we can create an entire DevOps pipeline in 30 minutes or less! Or can’t we?

The Year DevOps Leaped to the Center

At the beginning of 2020, none of us could have imagined what we would be talking and thinking about at the end of the year. At JFrog, we began by talking about unifying everything in the DevOps lifecycle. Of course very quickly, the message of unity and togetherness would soon become even bigger than we could imagine in light of the global pandemic.

Simply the Best: JFrog's Top DevOps Articles from 2020

In 2020, JFrog’s experts published a treasure trove of content — blogs, articles, infographics, and more — to share insights and advice with our customers and the DevOps community at large. In case you missed them — or want to re-read them — here’s a list of the most popular ones. They range from a primer on container registries to an explainer on achieving high-availability for your Maven repository.

Find the Path to Go Module Major Versions With GoCenter

How many major versions of a given Go module are there? That simple question doesn’t always have an easy-to-discover answer. Golang’s unique system of semantic import versioning solves some key problems of ensuring Go module compatibility across dependencies. But it also makes it a bit harder to learn what major versions of a Go module are available. The go client doesn’t provide a way to find out, nor will it inform you when a newer major version of a dependency exists.