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How to set up a Private, Remote and Virtual Docker Registry

How to set up a Private, Remote and Virtual Docker Registry

The simplest way to manage and organize your Docker images is with a Docker registry. You need reliable, secure, consistent and efficient access to your Docker images that's shared across your team in a central location. Including a place to set up multiple registries, that work transparently with the Docker client. With the JFrog Container…
Make DevSecOps So: Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS Marketplace

Make DevSecOps So: Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS Marketplace

JFrog is pleased to announce that our comprehensive Cloud Enterprise+ plan is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace through Private Offers. JFrog Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS is a universal, highly-available SaaS offering of the JFrog Platform for demanding DevSecOps at global scale.  Its Mission: DevSecOps at Enterprise Scale The JFrog Platform is built…
How to Pick a Winning Go Module

How to Pick a Winning Go Module

With a near-endless list of Go Modules, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which is best for your Go build. For new Go developers, it can be difficult to pick a winner for your specific use case.  This phenomenon is nothing new. In fact, it’s one of the reasons why open-source is so important…
Deploy Artifactory HA into AWS Using AWS Quick Starts

Deploy Artifactory HA into AWS Using AWS Quick Starts

JFrog Artifactory As Your Repository Manager on AWS Recently updated on: June 1, 2020 JFrog Artifactory Cloud on AWS is a hosted solution for developers and DevOps engineers that provides complete control, insight and binary management throughout the software development lifecycle. DevOps teams have transparency and control of their entire build and release process, all…
A Smooth Operator to Run JFrog Enterprise on OpenShift

A Smooth Operator to Run JFrog Enterprise on OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift and JFrog Artifactory are a smooth fit together for cloud native, containerized software development at enterprise scale. With the new availability of OpenShift operators certified for JFrog Enterprise, that fit now fastens tight. Built for Kubernetes Scale Trusted by over 1,700 organizations, Red Hat OpenShift is a leading hybrid cloud, enterprise Kubernetes…
Install Artifactory HA on GKE in a Flash

Install Artifactory HA on GKE in a Flash

Installing Artifactory on GKE, or on any Kubernetes cluster for that matter, can be complex. You have to think through several scenarios, switch back and forth between UI and command line, create a lengthy Helm command, search for acceptable parameters … and so on. All this before you have to configure certificates, licenses, database settings,…
Unified JFrog Log Analytics With Splunk

Unified JFrog Log Analytics With Splunk

We work best by coming together. That’s why we built the JFrog DevOps Platform, bringing together our set of solutions to operate as a single, unified user experience. That unity powered by Artifactory 7 helps bring total understanding and control of your software build pipelines. To keep it running, you also need a unified, real-time…
Updates for the Edge – From Hours to Minutes – Sneak Preview

Updates for the Edge – From Hours to Minutes – Sneak Preview

My name is Kat Cosgrove, and I’m a Developer Advocate at JFrog. Before that, I was an engineer on JFrog’s IoT team. Our goal is to bring DevOps to the edge, because it shouldn’t be as difficult to update these kinds of devices as it currently is. In pursuit of this goal, we found a…
CI/CD In Confidence: How Pipelines Keeps Your Secrets

CI/CD In Confidence: How Pipelines Keeps Your Secrets

A friend that can’t keep a secret isn’t one you’ll rely on. The same is true for your mission critical CI/CD tool that you have to entrust with credentials for each integrated component. Keeping your secrets safe can be a challenge for CI/CD tools, since they need to connect to such a variety of other…
Take Full Control of Your Maven Deployments

Take Full Control of Your Maven Deployments

The code we develop ends up being packaged into artifacts that are consumed as dependencies during the development of other software components. We rely on an artifact repository manager, like JFrog Artifactory, to resolve the complex challenges that come with consuming and developing all of these artifacts. Artifactory serves as the foundation for managing binaries…