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We are thrilled to see some of the enhancements we recommended come to life; we believe this collaboration between GitHub and JFrog has the potential to significantly impact the DevOps landscape. For instance, establishing bi-directional links between GitHub Actions Workflows, Release Artifacts it created, and stored in Artifactory will enhance the development experience and traceability across the software supply chain."

Amol Shukla, Distinguished Engineer

SSO Unification

One place for SSO, role and permission mapping. No context switching or duplicative tasks, delivering the control enterprises need from best-of-breed platforms

The community and market have been anticipating this natural ‘better together’ solution. Organizations are consolidating around major best-of-breed platforms, and the partnership between GitHub and JFrog has the potential to transform the DevOps and DevSecOps market and supercharge developers’ efficiency. This integration can simplify software supply chain security by displaying source-based security findings from GitHub alongside binary-based security findings from JFrog under GitHub’s Security tab, allowing developers to gain a holistic security view and shorten remediation times to improve the overall security posture. Software supply chain security is top of mind for every CISO, and this joint solution from JFrog and GitHub provides a critical, AI-infused cybersecurity control."

Mark Carter, CISO and CIO

GitHub Actions Tracking for Stored Artifacts

Seamless integration for resolving packages from Artifactory and storing binary artifacts generated by Actions, alongside build metadata.

Beyond DevOps and DevSecOps practices, the future will require advanced interactions with AI tools. Chatting with GitHub’s Copilot to select the right and secure software package based on the extensive metadata stored in JFrog Catalog can be a game-changer. This integration will significantly enhance the efficiency of Copilot users across the software supply chain; binary-focused and code environments. This partnership offers the best of both worlds."

John Nuttall, Director of Technology

One Pane of Glass for Advanced Security

A full security view of source-focused and binary-focused security scans in one place, providing security posture visibility from source to production (some roadmap items).

The world of software supply chain management introduces many challenges and points of friction for developers. The integration between JFrog's Software Supply Chain Platform and GitHub's Developer Platform was designed to provide a 'secure by default' developer experience. This collaboration gives developers a single source of truth for code and binaries, and security teams gain full traceability and a unified view to monitor and remediate threats, reducing risk.”

Gerard McMahon, Head of ALM Tools and Platforms

Copilot Chat Integration

Extend Copilot chat interactions to be interactively advised about the best software packages, versions to use, and security and project setup (some roadmap items).

Among the strong integration capabilities between JFrog and GitHub, allowing fully-transparent and frictionless data flow between GitHub Actions/Workflows and Antifactory assets will simplify the lives of software developers, and will reduce the configuration and support load dramatically."

Uzi Yona, Director, IT DevOps & Engineering

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As developer responsibility has increased in areas of DevOps, ML, AI, security, and more, the push by many organizations to drive efficiency via tool consolidation is a natural move,” said Jim Mercer, Program Vice President of Software Development, DevOps and DevSecOps Research at IDC. “This announcement from GitHub and JFrog helps to enable this path, bringing together two of the most well-known platforms developers already use today in a cohesive, end-to-end vision that plays to the strengths of both solutions, simplifying how development, DevOps, and platform engineering teams work."

Jim Mercer, Program VP of Software Development, DevOps and DevSecOps Research

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