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DevOps consolidation continues with JFrog and Shippable

Darryl K. Taft, February 28, 2019

JFrog’s acquisition of Shippable gives JFrog another arrow in its DevOps quiver and enables its customers to use an integrated DevOps platform that includes CI/CD

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JFrog acquires Shippable, Delivers Complete DevOps Pipeline Automation From Code to Production

PRESS RELEASE, February 21, 2019

JFrog platform incorporates best-of-breed CI/CD technology to drive enterprise DevOps forward, provides users with an integrated DevOps solution


JFrog acquires Shippable, adding continuous integration and delivery to its DevOps platform

Ingrid Lunden, February 21, 2019

JFrog, the popular DevOps startup now valued at more than $1 billion after raising $165 million last October, is making a move to expand the tools and services it provides to developers on its software operations platform: it has acquired Shippable, a cloud-based continuous integration and delivery platform (CI/CD) that developers use to ship code and deliver app and microservices updates, and plans to integrate it into its Enterprise+ platform.

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JFrog acquires Shippable for CI/CD capabilities

Jenna Sargent, February 21, 2019

DevOps company JFrog has announced its intention to acquire Shippable for its cloud-native and Kubernetes-ready CI/CD capabilities.

Shippable is a DevOps and CI automation solution provider that offers an assembly platform for shipping software faster.

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Code Management Company JFrog Acquires DevOps Startup Shippable

Adi Pick, February 21, 2019

Code management startup JFrog Ltd. has acquired DevOps automation startup Shippable Inc., the companies announced Thursday.

Founded in 2013, Shippable employees will join JFrog global teams, according to the companies’ statement.

Founded in 2008, JFrog develops tools designed to streamline the coding process and automate software updates. The company reports over 4,500 customers including Amazon, Google, Uber, and Netflix.

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JFrog acquires Seattle’s Shippable to improve its DevOps product line

Tom Krazit, February 21, 2019

Seattle DevOps startup Shippable has been acquired by JFrog, a larger Bay Area software company focused on helping companies ship software faster and more reliably, for an undisclosed amount.

JFrog intends to use Shippable’s technology to “allow JFrog customers to automate their software development processes from the moment code is committed through to production,” said Kit Merker, vice president of software development for JFrog.

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JFrog Starts 2019 Strong Winning DevOps Dozen Awards, Recognized as Best DevOps Solution

PRESS RELEASE, January 30, 2019

JFrog, the DevOps technology leader known for enabling liquid software via continuous update flows, was honored today with two prestigious awards as part of DevOps.com’s annual DevOps Dozen. The awards recognized both JFrog Artifactory as the “Best DevOps Commercial Solution” and JFrog Co-Founder and CEO, Shlomi Ben Haim, as the “Best DevOps Solution Provider Executive”. DevOps.com holds the DevOps Dozen awards annually to recognize the best of the best in the global DevOps marketplace


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JFrog Xray Announces Inclusion of the Industry’s Broadest Software Security Vulnerability Dataset via VulnDB

PRESS RELEASE, January 24, 2019

Partnership with Risk Based Security ensures JFrog customers are protected well beyond the NVD or any open solutions

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JFrog launches Go programming language community repository

Christina Cardoza, December 18, 2018

JFrog has announced a new public repository for the open-source community of Go developers. JFrog GoCenter is meant for software modules developed in the Go programming language, and is expected to officially launch to the broad community early next year.

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JFrog to open freebie central repository for Go fans in the new year

Richard Speed, December 12, 2018

Updated Self-proclaimed “Database of DevOps” JFrog is about to fling open the first central repository for Go modules in the form of GoCenter.

Originally developed by Google, the open-source language Go, which celebrated its ninth anniversary last month, has seen impressive growth over the years. It hovers in fifth place in Stack Overflow’s 2018 survey of most-loved languages (above the likes of JavaScript) and third in rankings of languages devs most want to learn. Python reigns supreme, of course.

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