Try JFrog XRay with JFrog Artifactory

Integrate your JFrog Xray trial to your current JFrog Artifactory instance
for universal software composition analysis (SCA) in 5 minutes.

1. Get your Platform URL

Your platform URL is the URL to the machine where JFrog Artifactory is deployed, or the load balancer pointing to it. It is recommended to use DNS names rather than direct IPs.
For example: “https://jfrog.acme.com” or “https://10.20.30.40:8082” (notice the omission of /artifactory).

2. Get your Join Key

Using an admin account, access your existing Artifactory UI
(Administration module | Security | Settings | Join Key) to get your Join Key.

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Installing Artifactory and Xray as
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3. Install JFrog Xray

The Machine for Xray Install should be dedicated and not have other software running.

(A dedicated machine will alleviate performance bottlenecks, port conflicts and having to set uncommon configurations)

Minimum System Requirements: 8 CPU, 16 GB Memory, 300 GB Fast Disk (3000+iops). External Ports: 8082.
Network access to/from JFrog Artifactory. Requires root access.

  • docker compose

    Docker Compose

    • Requires Docker Compose on Linux

      1. Download the installer

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    • 2. Extract it

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    • 3. CD into directory

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    • 4. Run the installer, providing the JFrog URL and Join Key

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    • 5. Start RabbitMQ

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    • 6. Start Xray

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  • RPM for CentOS (7, 8) / RHEL (7, 8)

    • 1. Download the installer

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    • 2. Extract it

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    • 3. CD into directory

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    • 4. Run the installer, providing the JFrog URL and Join Key

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    • 5. Start Xray

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  • Debian for Debian (9, 10) / Ubuntu (16.04, 18.04)

    • 1. Download the installer

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    • 2. Extract it

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    • 3. CD into directory

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    • 4. Run the installer, providing the JFrog URL and Join Key

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    • 5. Start Xray

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Setting up for for a production environment? See the full installation options.

4. Access the JFrog Platform

JFrog Xray will take about a minute to start up and connect to JFrog Artifactory.

Once the installation and connection is complete, using an admin account, log in to the UI and follow the wizard to apply the license you received via email (or get a trial license)

5. Explore the JFrog Platform

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