ConanBintrayFeature

JFrog Bintray Adds Support for Conan C/C++ Repositories and Launches Conan-center Managed Central Repository.

We are very excited to announce support for Conan repositories on JFrog Bintray, the Universal Distribution Platform. Currently serving more than 2 Billion downloads per month, Bintray offers developers the fastest and most reliable way to publish and consume software releases.  In addition, JFrog will soon launch conan-center which will become the central public repository for … Continued

Enterprise Level Access Control with Keys and Entitlements

“Private repositories”, “Teams and Organizations”, “Permissions”…, sounds like that’s all you need to provide secure private downloads. Well, not quite. Those are great features that fit the bill if your consumer is a Bintray user. But what if she isn’t? Well, then there are signed URLs. Those should do the trick. Just sign your file … Continued

The 5 Big DevOps Changes to Expect in 2017

Thoughts from the CEO desk 2017 started off with a DevOps bang; an enormous amount of capital was poured into DevOps technology companies by VCs, and larger-scale adoption of tools and methodologies was approved in this year’s IT budgets with the recognition that DevOps is a “must-have”. These changes follow a Gartner Report from 2016 … Continued

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Creating a Signed URL Using the Bintray UI

Creating a Signed URL is now available to you through the Bintray friendly User Interface, from start to end. If you are new to Signed URLs, you would rather check out this cool feature. Refer to the REST API Guide at URL Signing, and to the Sign me up! blog, discussing generating Signed URL using … Continued

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Manage your Bintray and GitHub organizations better together

Bintray’s integration with GitHub is now moving to a new level with GitHub organizations! As a Bintray user who is also a GitHub user, you already know that you can import your GitHub repositories, tags, readme’s, and release notes to Bintray. Now you can also import your GitHub organizations, the organization’s repositories, and even keep … Continued

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Publishing Your Maven Project to Bintray

Bintray gives you everything you need to share your Maven project, and much more: you will be able to monitor downloads and users with the statistics that Bintray keeps for you. You can also share your project via Bintray’s JCenter repository (which is the largest public Maven repository out there), and effortlessly sync it with … Continued

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Increase your Maven Package’s Exposure by Adding it to JCenter

If you already distribute your Maven packages via Bintray, your packages can gain further exposure by including them in Bintray’s JCenter! (if you are not very familiar with Bintray’s support for Maven, please refer to the user guide and to my previous post). JCenter is the repository with the biggest collection of Maven artifacts in … Continued

Empowering BitBucket Version Control with Promotion and Distribution

We’re pleased to announce the integration of JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray with Atlassian Bitbucket. This integration provides a unified dashboard that visualizes the entire release pipeline from commit, through CI, quality gates and release for distribution. The JFrog Bitbucket add-on lets you monitor a build pipeline that is flowing through Bitbucket -> Bamboo -> Artifactory -> Bintray. This … Continued