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7 Ways to Accelerate Cloud Native Development

7 Ways to Accelerate Cloud Native Development

Modern enterprises understand the need to move away from developing monolithic applications to ones that make best use of the cloud to enable business acceleration at scale and speed. That means transforming development to more resilient cloud native architectures that can be readily deployed to cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid environments. What does it mean to…
How To Put Cloud Nimble to Work to Shift Left Security

How To Put Cloud Nimble to Work to Shift Left Security

Shifting security left means preventing developers from using unacceptably vulnerable software supply chain components as early as possible: before their first build. By helping assure that no build is ever created using packages with known vulnerabilities, this saves substantial remediation costs in advance. Some JFrog customers restrict the use of open source software (OSS) packages…
Team Up on DevSecOps with JFrog Platform App for Microsoft Teams

Team Up on DevSecOps with JFrog Platform App for Microsoft Teams

The JFrog DevOps Platform is your mission-critical tool for your software development pipelines. The results of key binary management events in Artifactory, Xray, and Distribution can reveal whether or not your software pipelines are on-track to deliver production-quality releases.  The new JFrog Platform app for Microsoft Teams brings real-time visibility and awareness of what’s happening…
Creating your first Pub project with JFrog Artifactory

Creating your first Pub project with JFrog Artifactory

Developers today need to build software from many platforms in order to reach their users. All while maintaining quality and achieving the best user experience possible. This can be a challenging task when you need to meet the growing needs of software development. This is where the Dart and Flutter come into the picture. A…
Part I: A Journey of a Thousand Binaries – Types of Software Dependencies

Part I: A Journey of a Thousand Binaries – Types of Software Dependencies

TL;DR We use software dependencies as part of our ongoing daily work. In part one of this series, we’ll take a look into what dependencies are, why we use them and the tools we can use to manage them and gain trust in our software supply chain. Software Dependencies Dependencies are artifacts that enable applications…
5 Takeaways From “Behind the Curtain: The Road to Terraform”

5 Takeaways From “Behind the Curtain: The Road to Terraform”

How much time are you wasting initializing your Terraform environments? If your answer is, “more than we should,” then we have some tips for you.  Terraform is a popular infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool for anyone who deploys to the cloud. We use it here at JFrog to help manage infrastructure for our SaaS customers, and recently…
Artifactory, Your Swift Package Repository

Artifactory, Your Swift Package Repository

If you’re looking forward to WWDC 2022 for some exciting Swift news, we have just the thing. JFrog now offers the first and only Swift binary package repository, enabling developers to use JFrog Artifactory for resolving Swift dependencies instead of enterprise source control (Git) systems. Swift developers can benefit from Artifactory’s robust binary management and…
Complete Your Cloud Kubernetes Registry With Terraform Repositories in Artifactory

Complete Your Cloud Kubernetes Registry With Terraform Repositories in Artifactory

When developing container-based services that will be orchestrated by Kubernetes, Terraform is an essential part of your artifact ecosystem. These infrastructure-as-code configuration files help automate the provisioning and maintenance of the cloud environments where your K8s applications will run. That’s why it’s great news that you can now store your Terraform modules, providers, and remote…
JFrog Artifactory As Your NuGet Symbol Server

JFrog Artifactory As Your NuGet Symbol Server

We’ve got great news for .NET developers - JFrog Artifactory can now act as your fully featured Symbol Server! Artifactory has long offered native support for NuGet packages, now developers can also store their symbol files in Artifactory where they can be indexed and consumed by the Visual Studio Debugger and other debugging tools.  What…