Scanning Dependencies in your sources using JFrog CLI and Xray

Scan your software packages for security vulnerabilities with JFrog Xray

Scanning your packages for security vulnerabilities and license violations should be done as early as possible in your SDLC, and the earlier the better. This concept is also known as “Shifting Left”, which helps your organization comply with security policies and standards early on in the software development process. As developers, this may seem like …

Check Out JFrog’s New Community Site for Developers

JFrog has been hard at work behind the scenes restructuring how we share information with the developer community. We wanted to create a one-stop resource for developers who code in a variety of languages, with a focus on DevOps, DevSecOps, and cloud native technologies. So without further ado … let me introduce you to our …

Drive DevSecOps Visibility with JFrog Partner Integrations

If you need your teams to act, you need to alert them where they’re already looking. Yet yesterday’s DevOps practices demand individuals to wrangle with uncorrelated events, multiple UIs, and siloed technologies. Tomorrow’s DevOps must enable teams with: Unified Data Single Pane Dashboard Integrated Platform To practice DevSecOps, you’ll need to know where a vulnerable …

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 …