New ConanCenter Improves Search and Discovery

We’re excited to announce the new and improved ConanCenter! Use our new center with an enhanced UI experience to discover your favorite Conan C/C++ packages. If you’re not familiar with Conan yet, it’s a decentralized package manager for C/C++ that empowers developers to share packages through a push-pull model similar to Git. ConanCenter is a central repository for open source Conan packages, created and maintained by JFrog.

Taking My DevOps To The Cloud: The Essential Guide to Selecting a Binary Repository Solution

Software businesses of every industry and all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises, are looking for ways to accelerate their software development process in the race to innovate and deliver their offerings to their customers ahead of their competition.

DevOps: 8 Reasons for DevOps to Use a Binary Repository Manager on the Cloud

Cloud DevOps tools offer greater flexibility, rapid deployment, cloud automation, reduced IT costs, and low upfront costs with subscription pricing. Setting up your environment with Artifactory on the cloud on your choice provides unlimited scalability allowing you to grow according to your needs and is easily achieved by using cloud storage providers (Amazon AWS, Google GCP or Microsoft Azure) in your environment with Artifactory.

GoCenter Reveals Go Module Vulnerabilities With Xray

Golang developers care a lot about security and as Go modules become more widely used, they need more ways to assure these publicly shared files are safe. One unique feature included with Golang version 1.13 is the foresight that went into authentication and security for Go modules. When a developer creates a new module or a new version of an existing module, a go.sum file included there creates a list of SHA-256 hashes that are unique to that module version.


Network as Code: Ansible and Automation for an Agile Infrastructure

When considering application source code, the manner in which consistency is maintained throughout environments is fairly straightforward. Application code is written, committed to source control, built, tested and deployed via a CI/CD pipeline. And, since the application is defined by the source code living in source control, the build will be identical in all environments to which it’s deployed.