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Meet Sagi Dudai, JFrog’s New EVP of Product and Engineering

Meet Sagi Dudai, JFrog’s New EVP of Product and Engineering

As JFrog continues to grow, so does our team! We are honored to welcome seasoned technology leader, Sagi Dudai, as our new Executive Vice President of Product and Engineering. In this key role, Sagi will accelerate DevOps innovation and fuel our continued R&D growth globally, building on our exciting momentum in 2021. Sagi joins JFrog…
The Peopleware Running Cloud DevOps

The Peopleware Running Cloud DevOps

Early this year, we set out on a journey to onboard a new cloud engineering team at JFrog. Many can relate to the challenges involved with onboarding a new team, these were amplified even more during the pandemic. However this blog post is not about COVID-19, it is about sharing our experience of fine-tuning the…
How to Accelerate Software Delivery with Hybrid Cloud CI/CD

How to Accelerate Software Delivery with Hybrid Cloud CI/CD

Are you looking for solutions to deliver rapid application development and iterations? You’re not alone. To accomplish this, many organizations are embracing cloud native containers across multiple cloud providers. The reason? This strategy reduces the risk of vendor lock-in, and helps you scale the application infrastructure horizontally.  In their recent swampUP 2021 talk “Going Serverless,…
Enable Multi-Site DevOps with Federated Repositories

Enable Multi-Site DevOps with Federated Repositories

The days when applications were created by a small team of developers in one room are long past. Enterprise software development is now a highly collaborative endeavour of packages shared by intersecting teams across multiple sites spread across the globe. For the enterprise, JFrog Artifactory has long enabled multi-site replication through different push/pull replication topology…
We’ve Agreed to Acquire Vdoo, Unifying Developers and Security Teams from Source to Device

We’ve Agreed to Acquire Vdoo, Unifying Developers and Security Teams from Source to Device

We’re extremely excited to announce we’ve agreed to acquire Vdoo, a leading, Israeli-based product security company with its roots in binaries and IoT/devices. Vdoo’s team and entire technology portfolio will be incorporated into JFrog, delivering a solution that truly unifies development and security teams with a holistic security approach. Most corporations today address security with…
JFrog CRO Tali Notman Honored as Woman of Influence by Silicon Valley Business Journal

JFrog CRO Tali Notman Honored as Woman of Influence by Silicon Valley Business Journal

True leaders are passionate, go-getters and, ultimately, caring individuals who inspire and help their teams thrive and lead in the market. Tali Notman, JFrog’s chief revenue officer and my partner-in-crime, not only exemplifies these qualities but inspires all of us to live them.  I am thrilled to announce that Tali has been recognized as one…
The Biggest DevSecOps Hits From swampUP 2021

The Biggest DevSecOps Hits From swampUP 2021

In the wake of recent events like the SolarWinds hack and the White House executive order on cybersecurity, DevSecOps and security are top-of-mind for most DevOps and security professionals.  How to efficiently adapt or adopt a sound DevSecOps practice has become a priority, especially with the U.S. government’s impending mandate requiring software applications to be…
Drive DevSecOps Visibility with JFrog Partner Integrations

Drive DevSecOps Visibility with JFrog Partner Integrations

If you need your teams to act, you need to alert them where they’re already looking. Yet yesterday’s DevOps practices demand individuals to wrangle with uncorrelated events, multiple UIs, and siloed technologies. Tomorrow’s DevOps must enable teams with: Unified Data Single Pane Dashboard Integrated Platform To practice DevSecOps, you’ll need to know where a vulnerable…
How to set up a Private, Remote and Virtual Maven/Gradle Registry

How to set up a Private, Remote and Virtual Maven/Gradle Registry

The simplest way to manage and organize your Java dependencies is with a Maven or Gradle repository. You need reliable, secure, consistent and efficient access to your dependencies that are shared across your team, in a central location. Including a place to set up multiple registries, that work transparently with the Maven and Gradle clients.…