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JFrog Open Source Solutions and Downloads
Scan every pull request created and scan your Git repository for security vulnerabilities with JFrog Xray. With Frogbot installed, you can make sure that new pull requests don’t add new security vulnerabilities to your code base alongside them. Frogbot also scans your Git repository and automatically opens pull requests for upgrading vulnerable dependencies to a version with a fix.
JFrog Pipelines automatically creates BuildInfo when any of the Build steps like MvnBuild, NpmBuild, GradleBuild, or DockerBuild are used to generate packages. Buildinfo includes all the metadata for our binary lifecycle. The Buildinfo includes the list of project modules, artifacts, dependencies, environment variables and more
JFrog Artifactory Community Edition for C and C++
Created to speed up C/C++ development cycles using binary repositories, Artifactory CE for C/C++ lets you host private packages on your server, giving you the power of JFrog Artifactory for Conan and generic binaries.
Conan OSS Package Manager
Create and share all your native binaries with this decentralized and multi-platform package manager for C and C++. It allows development teams to easily manage their packages and dependencies across platforms and build systems.
JFrog Container Registry
Get the market’s most advanced registry! It supports Docker containers and Helm Chart repositories for your Kubernetes deployments, and acts as your single access point to manage your Docker images, while avoiding Docker Hub throttling or retention issues.
Why does JFrog champion the open source community?
JFrog proactively supports open source projects that benefit the DevOps community by providing resources, sharing knowledge, and collaborating on initiatives. Why? It’s simple. You can’t overstate the influence and the importance of the open source community on JFrog -- from its beginnings all the way up to today and beyond.
JFrog was born out of an open source project
The JFrog story started with an open source solution for managing software packages that immediately and organically struck a chord with the DevOps community. As open source developers helped enhance that open source tool, it was adopted enthusiastically by thousands of companies, including some of the world’s largest.
Artifactory -- the world’s first universal package manager
Realizing that the product filled an urgent need, its creators formed a company -- JFrog -- in 2008 and built it around that tool, which they called Artifactory. JFrog turned Artifactory into the world’s first universal package repository, and transformed how the software release cycle is managed, creating along the way the category of Continuous Software Release Management.
JFrog was created by open source developers
With deep roots in the open source community, JFrog’s product and engineering teams are dedicated to OSS technologies. JFrog open source products include free downloads of Artifactory OSS and Conan OSS Package Manager. JFrog open source free offerings include the JFrog Free Cloud Subscription.
JFrog Treasures feedback from the Open Source Community
Our constant interaction with open source communities provides us with quick, high-quality and constant feedback that helps us make our products better. True to open source principles, Artifactory and the full JFrog DevOps Platform that was built around it are designed to be technology agnostic and fully extensible.
Among the open source initiatives JFrogs belongs to are the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and the CD Foundation (CDF). JFrog also sponsors open source projects, and provides free services to open source communities, which we view as the main drivers of innovation today.
This is why JFrog remains indebted and committed to the open source community, and offers DevOps teams end-to-end, effective binary management -- with free downloads and free offerings.