Released: 22 April, 2021
CLOUD: Enterprise | Enterprise+ SELF-HOSTED: Enterprise | Enterprise+
The JFrog Platform enables you to create Federated repositories, which support mirroring repositories and artifacts with JFrog Platform users located on remote JFrog Deployments (JPDs) in a multisite environment. A Federation is a collection of repositories of Federated type in different JPDs that are automatically configured for full bi-directional replication. Once you have created a Federation, changes made to artifacts on one site will be automatically synchronized to the other federated sites using bi-directional mirroring. For more information, see Federated Repositories.
PostgreSQL Version Support
JFrog products now support PostgreSQL version 13.0.
Improved Large Scale Release Bundle Distribution
Improved distributing Release Bundles at a large scale, resulting in three times faster performance, by implementing internal database optimization.
Extended Docker OCI Support
Extended the ability to serve OCI requests without relying on the accept header. For example, if you have a client named
containers/someVersion, you can assume that all the
containers will support OCI (if configured).
SCIM ID Management Support
CLOUD: Enterprise with Security Pack | Enterprise+ SELF-HOSTED: Enterprise | Enterprise+
JFrog now supports managing both users and groups, and the association between them using the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) protocol 2.0. Okta and Azure Active Directory (AD) have used to verify this capability. To learn more, see SCIM.
Fixed an issue, whereby a memory leak was occurring in
Fixed an issue, whereby requests with duplicate semantics (based on type and path) were sent to the MDS.
Fixed the Release Bundle Domain field to display "Destination" in the Webhooks Events list in the UI for Edge and Source Artifactory instances.