Artifactory 7.6.0 Cloud

JFrog Release Information


Released: June 23, 2020

Artifactory 7.6 is Available as a Cloud Version

The Artifactory 7.6 release is available only as a Cloud version.


Alpine Linux Repository Support

Artifactory now natively supports Apline Linux packages, giving you full control of your deployment and resolution process of Alpine Linux (*.apk) packages.

You can create secure and private local Alpine Linux repositories with fine-grained access control. Remote Alpine Linux repositories proxy remote Alpine resources and cache downloaded apk packages to keep you independent of the network and the remote resource, and virtual Alpine Linux repositories give you a single URL through which to manage the resolution and deployment of all your apk packages. To learn more, see Alpine Linux RepositoriesAlpine Linux Repositories.

To support the signing of Alpine Linux package types, Artifactory now supports creating and managing RSA Key Pairs. Upload the RSA Key Pair using the Create RSA Key Pair REST API or directly in the web UIRSA Key Pairs and manage the keys directly in the JFrog Platform. Once you have generated the RSA Keys, you can assign the key pair to the Alpine Repository in the Advanced tab of the Alpine Repository configuration. For more information, see Manage Signing Keys.Manage Signing Keys

JFrog Xray support for scanning Alpine Linux packages will be added in the forthcoming release.

Multi-factor Authentication

For JFrog Platform Cloud (SaaS) users, you can now use an additional layer of security when logging into the JFrog Platform. Administrators can enable Multi-factor Authentication for all users, which will require users to provide a verification code from a third-party authentication application every time users log in.Logging in using Multi-factor Authentication

Event-driven Webhooks

The new WebhooksWebhooks feature enables you to send important events occurring in Artifactory. You have a number of events that you can select, such as Artifact Deployment or Build Deployment, and send these events to other applications that are configured by setting a URL.

These events are sent through the new Event Server, which distributes your events to the relevant URLs you set when creating your Webhooks.

Feature Enhancements

PostgreSQL Version Bundling

All JFrog’s installers bundling PostgreSQL have been updated to use a newer PostgreSQL version 10.13

PostreSQL Version Support

All JFrog products (excluding Pipelines) now support PostgreSQL version 10.x.

Resolved Issues

JIRA Issue



Fixed an issue, whereby when performing concurrent requests to the Helmindex.yaml file, Artifactory returned incorrect content to some users.


Fixed an issue, whereby when Artifactory tried to read events on a remote event-based replication and the connection failed, a connection leak occurred.


Fixed an issue, whereby when trying to resolve remote server information against a non Artifactory instance, a connection leak might occur.

Fixed an issue, whereby non-admin users with the manage permissions were unable to Update Permission Target created using the Artifactory REST API.Update Permission Target

For a complete list of changes, please refer to our JIRA Release Notes.