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CI/CD Side By Side: Jenkins and JFrog Pipelines

CI/CD Side By Side: Jenkins and JFrog Pipelines

Have you wanted to explore JFrog Pipelines for DevOps pipeline automation but just haven’t been able to get started? To learn something new, it can help to start with what you already know well.  Whether you’ve dabbled in CI/CD or are a veteran, you’re likely to have some working knowledge of Jenkins. For 10 years,…
3 Ways for Administrators to Scale DevOps Projects | JFrog

3 Ways for Administrators to Scale DevOps Projects | JFrog

With the global pandemic transforming the majority of customer interactions and transactions to operate in a contactless world, software development has accelerated to address the market shift towards digital businesses. For many enterprises managing this increase in volume and velocity of development projects has added stress to their processes and workforce. With this increased workload,…
Scaling Software Supply Chains Securely

Scaling Software Supply Chains Securely

Software supply chains are mission-critical for digital businesses, and as global conditions accelerate the growth in contactless interactions and transactions, many organizations are reviewing how to solve the challenge of scaling the volume and velocity of their software development and release processes to meet the digital demand.  The latest JFrog Platform release delivers a rich…
Six Simple Steps to Your First CI/CD DevOps Pipeline in JFrog Pipelines

Six Simple Steps to Your First CI/CD DevOps Pipeline in JFrog Pipelines

See how easy it is to get started, and start working with a simple “Hello World” DevOps pipeline. Along the way, you’ll learn some fundamental Pipelines concepts. Here’s what you’ll need: A JFrog Cloud account. If you don’t have one, start for free! A GitHub account for your personal repositories Step 1 - LOGIN TO…
Boost Permissions Management with JFrog on Azure through Active Directory SSO

Boost Permissions Management with JFrog on Azure through Active Directory SSO

When you’ve chosen Microsoft Azure to host your JFrog Cloud Enterprise or Enterprise+ subscription, you’ll naturally want to make good use of the services Azure provides for security and user administration. DevOps security starts with who has access to your builds, releases, and automation. The JFrog DevOps Platform on Azure makes it easy to integrate…
Java 16 Commits to Git and GitHub: A Personal Reflection

Java 16 Commits to Git and GitHub: A Personal Reflection

A Stroll Down Memory Lane I was introduced to Git and GitHub in May of 2014 – just shy of 10 years since Git was created in 2005. That same day I was also handed a MacBook Pro laptop and an IntelliJ license, the main tools with which I was to begin my new role…
How to set up Software Security and Compliance for Your Artifacts

How to set up Software Security and Compliance for Your Artifacts

The simplest way to ensure the safety of all the open source (OSS) components used by your teams and sites, is with a software composition analysis (SCA) tool. You need an automated and reliable way to manage and keep track of your open source usage. With JFrog Xray, you can set up vulnerability and license…
My Build, My Way | JFrog Pipelines Extensions

My Build, My Way | JFrog Pipelines Extensions

TL;DR Once my new projects are almost ready to share with the team and I can build and test them locally, I’ll need a CI automation tool to test and deploy each release. As a Principal Consultant at Declarative Systems, I've been recommending JFrog Artifactory to clients looking to bullet-proof their deployments since 2016. After…
Java Artifacts Just Got Better: jpackage is Production Ready in Java 16

Java Artifacts Just Got Better: jpackage is Production Ready in Java 16

TL;DR JDK (Java Development Kit) 14 added an incubating feature to the Java toolkit – the ability to pack a self-contained Java application. The newly released Java 16 takes it to production, and you are going to learn all about it. If you shudder thinking about compilation for different platforms, I know the feeling. One…