Artifactory, Your Swift Package Repository

If you’re looking forward to WWDC 2022 for some exciting Swift news, we have just the thing. JFrog now offers the first and only Swift binary package repository, enabling developers to use JFrog Artifactory for resolving Swift dependencies instead of enterprise source control (Git) systems. Swift developers can benefit from Artifactory’s robust binary management and …

JFrog’s Best DevOps Blogs of 2021

In 2021, JFrog provided a steady stream of insightful articles about software release trends, DevOps best practices, JFrog innovations and more. Here we’ve selected what we consider the best posts of last year, in case you missed them or want to re-read them. You’ll find primers on how our customers benefit from our trailblazing partnership …

Update Repositories for PHP Composer v2 in JFrog Artifactory

If you’re among the nearly one in four professional developers using PHP (according to StackOverflow’s 2021 survey), then the maintainers of Composer would really like you to migrate from v1 of the PHP package manager to v2.  On October 24 2020, Composer 2.0.0 was released with some major improvements.Since almost eight out of every ten …

Conan Center Celebrates 1,000+ Recipes

We’re delighted to thank the Conan community on reaching a major milestone, the public contribution of over 1,000 Conan recipes to Conan Center, the repository for hosting C/C++ packages! Conan recipes are Python-language files that describe how a Conan package is consumed. Each recipe is used to produce hundreds of C/C++packages, so this is an …

The More the Merrier: Multi-Arch Docker Manifests with Buildx and Artifactory

The cloud native promise to be able to “build once, deploy anywhere” is nearly fulfilled. With containerization and Docker, we can build our applications and services for any environment, and set configuration at runtime. Well,… almost. Operating systems and apps still need to be compiled to execute on specific architecture types. Your software that’s been …

Navigating the Artifact Jungle, Where Development Meets Delivery

As developers, we spend most of our time thinking about code: how to design it, write it, debug it, integrate it. Our thoughts are of our source files, our attention is on the repositories and branches that populate our version control system. That’s our job, that’s our world. But to become DevOps professionals, we must …

Java Artifacts Just Got Better: jpackage is Production Ready in Java 16

TL;DR JDK (Java Development Kit) 14 added an incubating feature to the Java toolkit – the ability to pack a self-contained Java application. The newly released Java 16 takes it to production, and you are going to learn all about it. If you shudder thinking about compilation for different platforms, I know the feeling. One …

What's New in JFrog Artifactory and Xray

What’s New with JFrog Artifactory and Xray

TL;DR Get the latest on self-hosted Docker rate limits, cutting through violation noise and new package type support. Without doubt, 2020 has been one of the most challenging years for everyone in recent history, but especially for those in the world of DevOps. JFrog has strived to continue developing and innovating at the same pace, …

Enterprise DevOps: 5 Keys to Success with DevOps at Scale

After getting a taste of DevOps’ benefits, enterprises naturally seek to widen its adoption. However, the tooling and processes that work for small-scale use cases often fall short when teams try to scale DevOps efforts. You must support all your different teams, toolsets, applications, processes, workflows, release cycles and pipelines — both legacy and cloud …