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Complete Your Cloud Kubernetes Registry With Terraform Repositories in Artifactory

When developing container-based services that will be orchestrated by Kubernetes, Terraform is an essential part of your artifact ecosystem. These infrastructure-as-code configuration files help automate the provisioning and maintenance of the cloud environments where your K8s applications will run. That’s why it’s great news that you can now store your Terraform modules, providers, and remote state files in Artifactory as a part of your software supply chain.

JFrog Artifactory As Your NuGet Symbol Server

We’ve got great news for.NET developers – JFrog Artifactory can now act as your fully featured Symbol Server! Artifactory has long offered native support for NuGet packages, now developers can also store their symbol files in Artifactory where they can be indexed and consumed by the Visual Studio Debugger and other debugging tools.

Getting Real About Multi-Cloud DevOps

By now you’ve probably gotten the message – multi-cloud DevOps (or a hybrid on-prem/cloud approach) is the future of development and deployment architectures. The benefits of this approach are pretty clear: future proofing your business, optimizing for performance and availability, avoiding vendor lock-in, leveraging the best tools/elements of each cloud provider, and more.

Your SpringShell (Spring4Shell) Remediation Cookbook Using the JFrog Platform

A new zero-day exploit in the spring-web package called “SpringShell” (nicknamed “Spring4Shell”) was just leaked and is threatening the internet and the community. The JFrog security research team is investigating the exploit and continuously updating our blog post with technical details on the SpringShell vulnerability.

How to Use Pub Repositories in Artifactory

If you’re one of the growing number of client app developers embracing the Dart programming language and Flutter and AngularDart toolkits, we’ve got some exciting news for you! JFrog can now welcome Dart developers to the empowerment of Artifactory’s robust binaries management and the ways that it contributes to continuous integration.

Shifting Left for DevSecOps Success

Not long ago, developers built applications with little awareness about security and compliance. Checking for vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and policy violations wasn’t their job. After creating a fully-functional application, they’d throw it over the proverbial fence, and a security team would evaluate it at some point – or maybe never. Those days are gone – due to three main shifts.

DirtyPipe (CVE-2022-0847) - the new DirtyCoW?

A few days ago, security researcher Max Kellermann published a vulnerability named DirtyPipe which was designated as CVE-2022-0847. This vulnerability affects the Linux kernel and if exploited, can allow a local attacker to gain root privileges. The vulnerability gained extensive media follow-up, since it affects all Linux-based systems with a 5.8 or later kernel, without any particular exploitation prerequisites.

Amplify Artifactory and Distribution Changes Through PagerDuty

When automated software delivery runs smoothly, it can whisper, and quietly attend to itself. But when your delivery and distribution pipeline runs into a problem, it must shout. Boosting the volume of Artifactory and Distribution change events and issues through PagerDuty can help ensure they’re heard by everyone whose job it is to monitor your software delivery pipeline.