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JFrog appears in events across the world.
We’d love if you’d come and get to know us in person.​

DevOpsCon Munich

December 5, 2022 - December 8, 2022

DevOps is fundamentally changing the IT world and sets the path for successful business transformation. Join DevOpsCon to learn about the latest tools, technologies, and methodologies for building and maintaining secure, scalable, and resilient software systems. Attend inspiring sessions and in-depth workshops to learn how you can push your DevOps skills to the next level! Join us, to listen, learn, share your experiences & solve the most pertinent challenges of today. Meet us at the JFrog Booth!
Black Hat Europe

December 5, 2022 - December 8, 2022

Black Hat provides attendees with the latest in research, development, and trends in Information Security. Here the brightest professionals and researchers in the industry come together for a total of four days—two or four days of deeply technical hands-on Trainings, followed by two days of the latest research and vulnerability disclosures in the Briefings. Join us, to listen, learn, share your experiences & solve the most pertinent challenges of today. Meet us at the JFrog Booth!
Terraform Workspaces and Modules. What are they and do I need them?!

December 8, 2022

Join Carlos Traitel, Senior DevOps Engineer at JFrog, at this in-person event! Terraform is one of the most highly used tools for Infrastructure As Code. But as with most tools in the industry, there’s no “one” way of doing things. Just determining your setup can cause disagreements within teams. In this talk, we’ll go over Terraform. Workspaces and modules including: What are terraform workspaces What are terraform modules Why you should use them Why you don’t need them

Past Events

Hacking the OSS Supply Chain @ Atlanta Cloud Computing & DevOps Meetup

November 15, 2022

Join Stephen Chin, VP of Developer Relations at JFrog, Author and Global Speaker at JFrog's NEW Atlanta office. Developers depend upon an ecosystem of open-source technologies that fuel innovation and decrease time to market. A typical business application is composed of >80% open-source code, so what happens when the open-source software supply chain gets hacked and thousands of enterprises are left exposed to potentially devastating security exploits? The SolarWinds hack is just the tip of the iceberg on a much larger security concern that spans the industry affecting all programming languages, platforms, and cloud services.