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Joyful DevOps is Here: Introducing the JFrog DevOps Platform

Joyful DevOps is Here: Introducing the JFrog DevOps Platform

Unity is strength. And at JFrog, we’re committed to providing the strongest DevOps tools available.  With the promised release of the JFrog DevOps Platform, it’s my honor and delight to announce JFrog’s biggest leap yet toward fulfilling our universal vision of Liquid Software. We’re excited and proud to launch the world’s first universal, hybrid, end-to-end…
4 Reasons to Automate DevOps with JFrog Pipelines

4 Reasons to Automate DevOps with JFrog Pipelines

Every company is now a software company, and thus every company must become a DevOps company. While JFrog has helped thousands of companies enable DevOps, they have had to conquer one of the biggest challenges on their own: automate their entire sprawl of DevOps tools and processes. Until now. At our last swampUP user conference,…
Automotive DevOps: Rules of the Road Ahead

Automotive DevOps: Rules of the Road Ahead

Adapted from the swampUP 2019 keynote speech by Kit Merker, JFrog VP Business Development. With software powering all the devices that enable the things we do everyday, software engineers are now the mechanics that keep our modern times running. More and more, we trust the software they create with our lives. As JFrog works to…
Security is Hard. Let’s Make It Harder.

Security is Hard. Let’s Make It Harder.

We all know that data breaches are horribly expensive for enterprises, whether due to direct costs of remediation, or from collateral costs due to lost customers, excessive support tickets, etc. This report from McAfee estimates that the global cost resulting from cybercrime will reach $600 billion in 2018. What you might not have known is…
Looking Up: 4 Technical DevOps Predictions for 2020

Looking Up: 4 Technical DevOps Predictions for 2020

Very soon, we won’t have to look to the heavens to predict our fortunes. By 2020, says a study by IDC, there will be as many bits in the world’s accumulated data and binaries as there are stars in the universe. It will be these 44 zetabytes (44 trillion gigabytes), doubling every two years, that…