The Cloud for All
Microsoft Azure is a comprehensive set of cloud services that developers and IT professionals use to build, deploy, and manage applications through a global network of data centers. Integrated tools, DevOps, and a marketplace support you in efficiently building anything from simple mobile apps to internet-scale solutions.
Cloud based Development
JFrog Artifactory hosted on Microsoft Azure is a solution for developers and DevOps engineers that provides complete control, insight and binary management throughout the software development lifecycle. DevOps teams have transparency and control of their entire build and release process, all with the power of cloud-based development. Try it out, get a free trial of Artifactory on Azure.
Rapid Releases from Code to Cloud
JFrog Artifactory as a service on Azure helps speed up people, processes, and products, enabling continuous delivery of value to your end users. Azure makes DevOps easy, fast, and cost-effective with the resources and open source tools you need to meet your business objectives. Artifactory provides tight integration with TFS and VSTS through the JFrog Artifactory Extension, that lets you capture information about deployed artifacts, and resolved dependencies.
With support of Active Directory, JFrog Artifactory is the only universal repository manager that supports all leading CI servers, build tools, deployment and package managers and all the latest DevOps tools with control to authenticate users and synchronize groups. The MSBuild Artifactory plugin allows you to capture information about deployed artifacts, resolve Nuget dependencies and environment data associated with build runs, and deploy artifacts to Artifactory.
Enable Consistent Control & Availability
Operations Management Suite (OMS) in Azure provide log analysis for remediation while Artifactory history logs enable complete integrated remediation. There are several mechanisms built into Microsoft Azure to ensure services and applications remain available in the event of a failure. Such failures can include hardware failures (hard-disk crashes) or temporary availability issues of dependent services (i.e. storage or networking services). Azure and the software-controlled infrastructure are written in a way to anticipate and manage such failures.