Ron Miller, October 4, 2018
JFrog wants to change the way we deal with software updates. Instead of large numbered updates you have to manually download, it sees a future of continuous delivery where software is delivered as binaries and updated in the background. Investors must like that vision very much because they showered the company with a $165 million Series D investment today, which the company reports pushes its valuation past the billion dollar mark.Read more
Paul Sawers, October 4, 2018
Jonathan Vanian, October 4, 2018
Developer software startup JFrog has landed $165 million in funding as venture capital investors look for their next big thing in enterprise software.
JFrog CEO Shlomi Ben Haim told Fortune that the startup’s latest investment values the company at over $1 billion, but he declined to cite a specific valuation. The enterprise startup now joins a growing list of so-called unicorn startups with private valuations of at least $1 billion dollars.Read more
Press release, September 26, 2018
Christina Cardoza, September 26, 2018
JFrog wants to bring DevOps further into the enterprise with its acquisition of development and DevOps technology consulting company Trainologic. The company provides consulting services for Java, Scala, front end, DevOps, Big Data, software architecture and DevOps technologies.Read more
Press release, September 13, 2018
Press release, August 9, 2018
Press release, July 10, 2018
JFrog announces Enterprise-grade repository for R packages, with immediate support for CRAN and a plan to support Conda before the end of the quarter. SUNNYVALE, California, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The demand for data scientists and data analysts is steadily increasing, and they depend on R, as the leading statistical language. With the rise in R popularity, a growing number of data workers rely on CRAN, a package manager for R, with more than 10,000 packages to date.Read more
James Anderson, June 15, 2018
Twistlock, the container security provider, just launched a partner program for consultants and resellers.
The Portland, Oregon-based vendor is inviting partners to sell its “cloud native” cybersecurity solutions to customers. The large program also includes technology partners.
“Our customers aren’t just modernizing their security; they’re reinventing the way they build, ship and run applications,” said John Leon, Twistlock’s vice president of business development and strategic alliances. “By uniting in the Twistlock Advantage Program, Twistlock and our partners are able to collectively provide a better customer experience at every stage of the application life cycle with innovative technology and consulting solutions.”Read more
Arthur Cole, June 13, 2018
Developing software has always been about creating products that work. Unfortunately, “work” is a relative term when the goal is to satisfy hundreds, if not thousands, and perhaps even millions, of users across all manner of disciplines.
This is why DevOps is quickly supplanting the traditional waterfall model of development. Once you have established basic functionality, it makes much more sense to roll out continuous improvements quickly rather than wait a year or more for the next big upgrade, which may or may not solve the problems that users want solved.Read more