JFrog Partners Help Solve DevOps Puzzles at swampUP 2021

JFrog is on a mission to help you achieve liquid software, but we know that we can’t get you there alone. It takes many pieces of your DevOps ecosystem to deliver your software all the way from code to cluster or device.

At this year’s swampUP DevOps conference, several experts from the growing JFrog partner community offered answers to some of the most important questions teams have when liquifying their software development lifecycle.

5 Big Questions, 5 Great Partners

Day 3 of swampUP was devoted to showcasing our partners, along with deep-dive technical sessions on DevOps, Cloud Native, Security, and Software Delivery best practices. Here are some of the DevOps puzzles that, judging by attendance and excitement, people most wanted help solving:

Where might we be going in our cloud native journey?

In our partner keynote, Brendan Burns of Microsoft Azure considers how containers and Kubernetes have become core pieces of enterprise digital transformation, and what changes must still come to complete this revolution. Among these are blending K8s with serverless technologies for reliability and scalability.

Prognostications about the future of containers and cloud native (MICROSOFT AZURE)

How can I support cloud DevOps with JFrog and OpenShift? (RED HAT)

Phillip Lamb of Red Hat demonstrate the ease of supporting DevOps with a fully-fledged pipeline in the cloud. Watch how quickly you can bring applications from source code to runtime using OpenShift’s CI server, tracing and monitoring tools, along with the artifact repositories, security vulnerability and license compliance scanning of the JFrog Platform.

DevOps Plumbing: Red Hat OpenShift CI/CD Pipelines with Artifactory and Xray

How can I protect against supply chain attacks? (TIDELIFT)

Tidelift CEO Donald Fischer  provides an overview of the state of software supply chain security in a time of rising supply chain attacks. Topics include common vulnerabilities and the impact of new government policies, along with best practices for supply chain management to keep development moving fast while staying safe.

Keep OSS supply chain attacks off the menu: Tidelift catalogs + JFrog serve known-good components

How can I reduce/eliminate developer team downtime? (NETAPP)

Fabian Duarte of NetApp take you step-by-step through set up and use of the JFrog Platform with NetApp’s cloud native data services solution, Cloud Volume Service (CVS). Learn how this integration of high-capacity storage services can reduce/eliminate outages, and enable true disaster recovery across cloud regions in Google Cloud Platform.

Create Scalable JFrog Artifactory Ecosystems using a NetApp Cloud-native Solution

Can machine learning improve DevOps? (Amazon Web Services)

Jonathan Vogel of AWS shows how Amazon DevOps Guru uses machine learning models informed by years of Amazon.com and AWS operational excellence to improve an application’s performance and availability. These automated practices to maintain application availability can reduce the time and effort spent detecting, debugging, and resolving operational issues.

Improve Application Availability and Operational Performance with Amazon DevOps Guru

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These are only a few of the solutions addressed by the JFrog partner community at swampUP. Knowledgeable developers from Google, Splunk, CloudBees and more dived into DevOps issues of release management, AIOps, observability, blue/green deployments, and the future of containers in the cloud. 

These presentations and more are available for viewing on the JFrog swampUP resource page. Browse the videos to get more of your burning DevOps questions answered!