JFrog’s Artifactory Wins JavaOne 2011 Duke’s Choice Award
3 years from the day it was founded, JFrog was recognized by Oracle and the Java community for Innovation Java Tools for Developer with Duke’s Choice Award at JavaOne 2011.This is not a marketing announcement nor a techie or an executive post, this blog is about how we felt the morning after we became Dukers’.It’s been more than a year since I posted “That’s what community for”, I was sure that I felt the power of the open source community, and than came DUKE…
It was Saturday around 2:00am, few weeks before JavaOne that I got the mail from Michelle Kovac of Oracle with the fantastic words “you’re in the winners list right now for JFrog”. It took me 3 times to read the mail, and to actually hold the DUKE a few weeks later – to believe it!
On Sunday evening, Oct. 2nd, at the JavaOne Open House, Oracle welcomed and celebrated the 2011 Duke’s Choice Award winners, JFrog Artifactory was one of them. Together with 9 other innovative Java projects, we “the froggers” stood there and felt like we got kissed and turned into a prince.
Now, you might say –OK thi s guy took it a bit too far…
A week after JavaOne, we are back to ground and working hard to release Artifactory 2.4 with lots of improvements and new cool features like P2 integration to proxy and host all your Eclipse plugins via Artifactory and YUM repository for distributing RPMs directly from your Artifactory server acting as a fully-featured YUM repository.We got the DUKE CHOICE AWARD from Oracle and we are very honored and excited, but I keep remembering the words of one of the JUG’s leaders from the other night at the conference “you’ve got a great tool and a great team – you deserve it” – that’s more than a trophy, this is what we are here for, it’s our reward and we are grateful!We are very pleased to receive this acknowledgement of our technological achievements by Oracle and the community. JFrog strives to provide our users and customers with advanced technology solutions that address their daily CI needs and driven by it.
I once wrote “community isn’t a flock” now I know it for sure!
Thank you , Enjoy your build, Enjoy Artifactory.
See you at JavaOne 2012.
JFrog is the home of Artifactory – world’s first Binaries Repository Management Solution. As the first company to provide the software market with a Repository Management Solution, JFrog has established itself as a technology leader in the industry and aspires to continue setting the standard moving forward.
Artifactory is also tool that offers an open source, Pro and SaaS (cloud based) versions.
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