10 Helm Tutorials to Start your Kubernetes Journey

The growth of Kubernetes has been stellar and K8s applications have grown in importance and complexity. Today, even configuring a single application can require creating many interdependent K8s sources that each depend on writing a detailed YAML manifest file. With this in mind, Helm as a package manager for Kubernetes is a major way users … Continued

SwampUP Leap: AppsFlyer Transforms Its Artifact Management with Artifactory’s Single Source of Truth

At swampUP 2020, DevOps platform engineer Roman Roberman spoke about AppsFlyer’s need to gain control and automate their development environment.  AppsFlyer’s mobile app Attribution Analytics platform helps marketers measure and optimize their user acquisition funnel. Headquartered in San Francisco, AppsFlyer operates 18 global offices, and its platform is integrated with over 2,000 ad networks, including … Continued

SwampUP Leap: Salesforce’s Last Mile Delivery at Scale

At this year’s swampUP 2020 conference, we were fortunate to have several customers who showcased their skillful use of our products for achieving ambitious goals. One such session presentation was delivered by Navin Ramineni, Director of Infrastructure Engineering at Salesforce. For Navin, JFrog Artifactory is not just a repository manager.  It’s also a sophisticated distribution … Continued

JFrog at Capital One: Approved, Compliant Software Distribution at Enterprise DevOps Scale

Capital One continuously innovates when it comes to enterprise DevOps patterns and compliance at scale.During the recent swampUP 2020 conference, Wayne Chatelain, Sr. Manager, Software Engineer at Capital One, shared how they use the JFrog DevOps Platform to standardize on a central, production-approved software library – which Capital One calls the definitive library. This is … Continued

5 Best Practices for GoLang CI/CD

For developers programming in long-established languages like Java, JavaScript or Python, the best way to build continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) workflows with Artifactory is pretty familiar. A mature set of dependency management systems for those languages and container solutions like Docker provide a clear roadmap. But if you’re programming your applications in GoLang, … Continued


Steering Straight with Helm Charts Best Practices

Kubernetes, the popular orchestration tool for container applications, is named for the Greek word for “pilot,” or the one who steers the ship. But as in any journey, the navigator can only be as successful as the available map. An application’s Helm chart is that map, a collection of files that can be deployed from … Continued

JFrog and K8S

[White Paper] The JFrog Journey to Kubernetes: Best Practices for Taking Your Containers All the Way to Production

Kubernetes together with JFrog Artifactory allows you to reliably and predictably deploy your applications, scale them on the fly, seamlessly roll out new features and efficiently utilize hardware resources. This white paper reviews the complexity and the challenges facing companies wanting to adopt Kubernetes as their container orchestration tool. We hope that the lessons learned, … Continued

Artifactory Backups and Disaster Recovery

Best Practices for Artifactory Backups and Disaster Recovery

Whether you have a small JFrog Artifactory instance or a complex cross-region topology, ensuring that your binaries are available at all times is vital to your DevOps pipeline. There are many different approaches to protecting your binaries from disaster, including: System backups, directly from the Artifactory UI or using a 3rd party solution such as … Continued

Infrastructure as Binaries with Chef and Artifactory: Five Best Practices

  Infrastructure as Binaries became a reality several weeks ago when we announced that Artifactory supports infrastructure management platforms such as Chef. Both we, here at JFrog, and our infrastructure champions at Chef, believe that establishing a canonical Artifactory repository for all artifacts used in a company’s infrastructure such as Ruby Gems, NuGet packages, RPMs, … Continued

4 best practices in repository configuration

1. If you are using several technologies, (e.g. Nuget, Maven, NPM, PyPi etc..) define a unique repository for each of them. By doing that you are making sure that all of the build requests are directed to the right place rather than going to a repository that may not even have the necessary packages. 2. … Continued