Eyal Ben Moshe

Eyal Ben Moshe

Leading JFrog’s Ecosystem Engineering group for the past 7 years. The group develops and maintains many of JFrog’s open source solutions, focusing on CU/CD, DevOps automation and integrations around the JFrog products and solutions.

The Latest From Eyal Ben Moshe

  • Get Peace of Mind about Security When Deploying Containers from Docker Desktop

    | 4 min read

    Have you ever deployed Docker containers and hoped they delivered safe software? Would you like to get peace of mind that the contents of your containers are secure and clear of vulnerabilities? With JFrog Xray’s new integration with Docker Desktop Extensions, you will be able to do just that. By scanning for vulnerabilities locally before…

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  • Secure your git repository with Frogbot the git bot

    | 3 min read

    Introducing the newest member of the JFrog ecosystem team - Frogbot. This new git bot tool works for you by protecting your git projects, as they are being developed, from security vulnerabilities. Register for my talk “Bots to Protect your Source Code” swampUP 2022 How does Frogbot work? The concept is simple. Frogbot scans every…

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  • Glide to JFrog DevSecOps with the New Experience

    | 5 min read

    We're excited to share with you that we have launched a completely new way to start using the JFrog DevOps Platform that you – as a developer – will love. We’ve provided a super-easy, developer-friendly path to discovering how Artifactory and Xray can help you produce safer apps, faster, getting started through the command line…

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  • Develop & Share Your Own JFrog CLI Plugins

    | 4 min read

    If you're using the JFrog DevOps Platform to manage your software artifacts, then there's a good chance that one of the clients you're already using is JFrog CLI. JFrog CLI is a robust tool, which enhances and extends the capabilities of the JFrog Platform, by connecting it to your build and automation agents. JFrog CLI…

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  • Take Full Control of Your Maven Deployments

    | 5 min read

    The code we develop ends up being packaged into artifacts that are consumed as dependencies during the development of other software components. We rely on an artifact repository manager, like JFrog Artifactory, to resolve the complex challenges that come with consuming and developing all of these artifacts. Artifactory serves as the foundation for managing binaries…

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  • Parallel Maven Deployment with Jenkins and Artifactory

    | 2 min read

    There are many reasons why you may want to use Artifactory as your Maven repository. For example, it allows tagging Maven artifacts with custom properties, so that they can later be found based on specific criteria. It stores build metadata about your artifacts, and allows controlling the repositories used by the Maven build, without modifying…

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